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Databases to be searched for the KIN 506 SLS assignment


SLS motto:  Leave no stone unturned.  (Euripides, Heraclidae, Greek tragic dramatist, 484 BC - 406 BC)


Database labeled with "WWU Database list" must be accessed through the Wilson Library database listing.  The link will take you to the Wilson library database list.  Find the database in the alphabetical list. For most of these databases, you must have previously logged into your web4u account or be searching from a campus computer, to access the database.

  1. Science Direct

  2. EBSCO  Must be accessed through the Wilson Library database listing.  The link will take you to the Wilson library database list.  Find the database in the alphabetical list. You must have previously logged into your web4u account or be searching from a campus computer, to access the database. (WWU Database list: E, “EBSCO - Multiple Database Search“). Once you are in the database, you must “Choose Databases” (link at center top), de-select “Business Source Complete, and select “ERIC”, Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition”, “Military & Government Collection”, “SPORTDiscus”, “CINAHL Complete”, PLUS if you are a sport psychology student include “PsycARTICLES”, “PsycINFO”.

  3. Catalog of US Government Publications Government Printing Office (Use advanced search mode)

  4. PubMed

  5. One of the following three databases:

    1. PEDro  The Physiotherapy Evidence Database

    2. REHABDATA  Disability and rehabilitation research, from the US National Rehabilitation Information Center

  6. Google Scholar  (For the KIN 506 assignment, find a source that is not from Medline). Use Google Scholar settings: Library Links, to link search results directly to WWU library content ("FindIt") from within GoogleScholar.

  7. WWU OneSearch.  The link is to the advanced search mode, ENSURE YOU ARE IN THE TAB AT THE TOP FOR "+Summit + Articles + More", THEN, limit format (in box a right) to "Articles", THEN do search.
  8. Proquest Dissertations 

Automatic searching of biomedical sources can be performed through the following services

MY NCBI allows you to set up automatic NCBI database (e.g., PubMed) searches that are sent to you via email.


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