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Psychology Research Guide
This Research Guide was developed to illustrate resources available through the Hoover Library and to support reasearch and teaching in Psychology at McDaniel College.
Each tab is devoted to particular types of resources. Click on one to find out more.
Your Subject Librarian for Psychology is Marla Beebe. Her office is located in the Research Lounge on the 1st floor of the Hoover Library. Please contact for help and information on:
- Library services & resources.
- Reseach Help.
- One-to-one or group training on e-resources such as bibliographic databases and reference management.
- Keeping up-to-date with new papers in your field.
- Book and Journal recommendations for library purchase.
McDaniel College Honor Code
“I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this piece of work, nor have I knowingly tolerated any violation of the Honor Code.”
The Honor Code
The McDaniel College Honor Code is a contract between students and faculty based on the conviction that academic integrity is important to the community. Simply stated, students pledge honesty—to do their own work and not cheat. In addition, students pledge to report others who violate the Honor Code. Faculty agree to set clear guidelines at the beginning of each course about what is expected of each student, to take appropriate steps to discourage cheating, and to refer alleged violations to the McDaniel College Honor and Conduct Board.
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