Autism Spectrum Disorders & ABA

Recommended Databases

Available to current students, staff, and faculty of Antioch University New England.

The following research databases can be used to find citations for books and journal articles on autism and related topics. Some databases provide the full text of articles; others do not. Click on the links to log in. Learn more about doing research.

Brief videos to help you get started:

  • Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection Searchable database of full text journals.
  • Psychology Journals Collection (ProQuest) Searchable database of full text journals.
  • PsycINFO Comprehensive index to literature in psychology. Provides some links to full text but is considered an "index" to psychology literature (primarily citations & abstracts) rather than a full-text database. Best place to research any psychology-related topic.
  • MedLine Provides access to information from the National Library of Medicine.
  • Mental Measurements Yearbook Find information about scales and screening tools used for autism and related disorders.
  •  ERIC Primary education database. Use for topics relating to teaching autistic children. Provides links to SOME full text documents.
  • Academic Search Complete Scholarly, multidisciplinary database. Contains full text of many articles.
  • Complete list of databases available through AUNE Library

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Electronic Books

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Suggested Internet Sites

The following websites may provide links to useful information. These are just a select few of the many thousands of websites on autism and related topics.

Learn more about evaluating information found on the internet.

Learn more about citing websites.

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Tutorials

These are brief (less than 5 minutes and in most cases less than 2 minutes) video tutorials on how to choose and use a variety of library services and resources.

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Coming soon:

  • What is APA Style?
  • Making PsycINFO's Search Tools Work for You
  • Finding Information for Specific Assignments
  • Where to Start Your Research 4: When to Use Google
  • What Books do You Have: How to Locate Books Through our Library

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