These books can be found, by the call number indicated, in our Reference collection located on the 3rd floor.
Reference sources are usually items such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, almanacs or yearbooks that contain an overview of a topic or brief factual information that is generally subject specific.
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Use reference books to:
Reference works are a good place to start, but typically should not be cited in your research. The only exception is when reference works contain primary and secondary sources (like collections of documents and essays).
Want to browse the shelves? Here are the Library of Congress call numbers for Psychology:
BF1-990 Psychology. General
BF38-64 Philosophy. Relation to other topics
BF176-176.5 Psychological tests and testing
BF180-198.7 Experimental psychology
BF203 Gestalt psychology
BF207-209 Psychotropic drugs and other substances
BF231-299 Sensation. Aesthesiology
BF309-499 Consciousness. Cognition
BF511-593 Affection. Feeling. Emotion
BF608-635 Will. Volition. Choice. Control
BF636-637 Applied psychology
BF638-648 New Thought. Menticulture, etc.
BF660-685 Comparative psychology. Animal and human psychology
BF692-692.5 Psychology of sex. Sexual behavior
BF697-697.5 Differential psychology. Individuality. Self
BF699-711 Genetic psychology
BF712-724.85 Developmental psychology
BF725-727 Class psychology
BF795-839 Temperament. Character
BF839.8-885 Physiognomy. Phrenology
BF889-905 Graphology. Study of handwriting
BF908-940 The hand. Palmistry
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