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Psychology: New Psychology Books in the MIT Libraries

A guide to library research tools for psychology.

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Table of contents/alerting serivces
The MIT Libraries provide access to a number of services for accessing journal tables of contents (TOCs) and research alerts (results of searches you construct, run periodically).

RSS: Keeping up with research - What is RSS and why should I use it?
RSS is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing web content An RSS reader (aka news reader or news aggregator) allows you to view information from multiple web sites in a single interface. When you "subscribe" to an RSS feed, your reader will check that web site on a regular basis and show you any new content.

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