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Greenwood, Paula; Mansheim, Renee – Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 1986
Presents a bibliography of sources designed to assist general medical librarians in beginning or expanding their collections of materials on psychiatry for both patients and professional staff. A core list of titles to be adapted to the needs of individual libraries is also provided. (EM)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Library Collection Development, Library Material Selection, Medical Libraries
Perdue, Bob; Piotrowski, Chris – 1987
In order to determine whether the expertise of professionals in the field of psychiatry and law could be enhanced by the use of current awareness databases in addition to traditional online sources, the first of two papers in this document examines online searches on topics of interest to professionals in the psychiatry/law specialty. The use of…
Descriptors: Online Searching, Psychiatry, Relevance (Information Retrieval), Search Strategies
Buffington, Debra Kay, Comp.; And Others – 1987
This cumulative index provides access to the almost 1,300 entries in three bibliographies: (1) "Media and the Young Adult: A Selected Bibliography, 1950-1972"; (2) "Media and the Young Adult: A Selected Bibliography, 1973-1977"; and (3) "Research on Adolescence for Youth Services: An Annotated Bibliography on Adolescent Development, Educational…
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Adolescent Literature, Adolescents, Educational Needs
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Johnson, Mary E. – Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 1986
This analysis of the circulation records of books added to a psychiatric library from July 1983 through May 1985 reports the total number of books circulated, their number and percentage in specific subject areas, missing titles, and usage by in-house and off-site borrowers. Implications for future collection development are explained. (Author/EM)
Descriptors: Books, Library Circulation, Library Collection Development, Library Surveys
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Strozier, Charles B. – Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 1985
Defines field of psychohistory, a form of history that makes systematic use of concepts, principles, and theories of psychology in order to enhance understanding of particular individual or of people and events in past; reviews major writers and publications; and discusses special concerns of the librarian. Thirty-four footnotes are provided. (EJS)
Descriptors: History, Information Retrieval, Library Collections, Literature Reviews