To find scholarly articles or studies, you will need to use a database (not CLIO).
We recommend anthropology research start with:
General, interdisciplinary databases:
On this page, you will find a lot of options to start your research, but these are not all of the databases that you have access to as a Columbia University student! Explore the other research guides to find other databases for different disciplines, take a workshop like database demo, or make an appointment with a librarian.
For all three of these resources you must select the database in EBSCO, by clicking "Choose databases." EBSCO does not automatically apply CINAHL, PsycINFO, or MEDLINE because of limited amounts of users at once.
CINAHL: This is the definitive research tool for nursing and allied health professionals.
PsycINFO: American Psychological Association's resource for behavioral science and mental health resources.
Medline: Created by the National Library of Medicine.
And for the next, follow the link.
PsycARTICLES : Provides full text access to articles from journals published by American Psychological Association. Covers general psychology as well as applied, clinical, developmental, and social psychology.
Many databases that used to have their own platforms have been absorbed by other providers. If you have any questions about this, please let me know.
EBSCO now includes:
ProQuest now includes: