Library Today: Database of the week is 'Child Development and Adolescent Studies'
From UST Libraries
The UST libraries have added many new online databases to our collection over the summer and we will highlight them over the next several weeks in the Bulletin Today. This week’s featured database is "Child Development and Adolescent Studies."
"Child Development and Adolescent Studies" contains current and historical literature, some dating back to 1927, related to the growth and development of children though the age of 21. It is a continuation of the print version of "Child Development Bibliography and Abstracts" with the addition of research about adolescents. It includes book reviews and abstracts from hundreds of journals, and a bibliography of thousands of technical reports, books, book chapters, theses and dissertations that cover the biomedical and social sciences worldwide.
To search this database, users may use keywords, subject headings, author name, publication title or other strategies. While this database does not contain full text, some records have links to online full-text articles or location notes if an article is available in print from a UST library.
For more information on how to access "Child Development and Adolescent Studies" or how to find full text from this or any other library database, please call a UST reference librarian at either (651) 962-5001 or (651) 962-4664.