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This is the subject guide for anything Psychology related. Here you will find access to full-text databases, Internet research resources, print resources, electronic journals, and video tutorials.

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Katrina Rouan
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Welcome to the Psychology Research Guide!

I hope that you will find this guide a useful starting place for your research in Psychology. I have assembled a core collection of resources available through the Wayne State University Library System, as well as high quality, freely available web resources. This guide is a collaborative work-in-progress, developed with the suggestions and feedback from students and faculty in Psychology.

I am available to assist with research related to Psychology, to provide instruction sessions to courses, and to suggest additions to our collections. Use the "Schedule Appointment" button in my profile box to self-schedule a meeting with me. 

Katrina Rouan

Subject Specialist for Psychology


WSU Library System has e-access to the DSM-5-TR through a subscription called PsychiatryOnline.  To access the electronic version of the DSM-5-TR, click the link below.

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Psychology @ Wayne State University

Undergraduate Program in Psychology

Wayne State University's Department of Psychology provides a broad spectrum of undergraduate education that prepares students for graduate study in psychology, or other related fields. A major in psychology also can prepare students for medical school, business school, and law school. We have a dynamic, dedicated faculty with wide ranging interests and active research programs in almost all areas of modern psychology.

MA/PHD in Psychology

Wayne State University's Department of Psychology offers four different MA/PHD degrees in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience; Clinical Psychology; Industrial/Organizational Psychology; and Cognitive, Developmental and Social Psychology. The Department also offers a MA only program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.


For more information see the "Undergraduate Programs" and "Graduate Programs" links on the Department of Psychology webpage