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The links below are the top recommended library databases and the top library journals here at CSUSM for the Communicative Science & Disorders courses.
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- CINAHL "provides abstracts for articles from 1,700 journals in the fields of nursing and allied health".
- ComDisDome "is an indexing and abstracting tool covering the communications disorders literature, with focus on speech-language pathology and audiology."
- Communication & Mass Media Complete "provides abstracts and full-text for more than 200 communication journals".
- ERIC The Education Resources Information Center is one of the top education research databases in the nation and provides access to some of the most renowned education research in journals.
- Google Scholar links to citations and some full-text articles on the web.
- Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts "provides abstracts of articles from about 2,000 journals (published worldwide), coverage of recent books, book reviews, book review citations and dissertation listings".
- Medline is "the premier database of world biomedical literature on clinical medicine and preclinical research".
- PubMed is “the premier database of world biomedical literature on clinical medicine and preclinical research.”
- PsycINFO is “a comprehensive international database of psychology, covering the academic, research, and practice literature in psychology from over 45 countries in more than 30 languages.”
- ScienceDirect "provides full-text access to over 1,000 journals covering all fields of science".
- Scirus "is the most comprehensive scientific research tool on the web..."
- Web of Science "contains citation Idexes for Science, Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities, and Book Citations from 2005 to present."
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Last Update: 15 Apr 11:28