Answered By: Teaching & Learning
Last Updated: Oct 25, 2022     Views: 177

Use the following steps to locate the full-text of an article:

The benefits of adopting a positive perspective in ethics education. By: Knapp, S.; Gottlieb, M.C.; Handelsman, M.M. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, August 2018, 12(3):196-202.

First, try searching the "title of the article" in Start Your Research on the Library homepage. Enclose the title in quotation marks and run the search.

"benefits of adopting a positive perspective in ethics education"

Next, if the first way of searching yields no full text, try searching the "journal title" the article was published in, enclosed in quotation marks. Match up the year/volume/issue/pages from the citation to track down the article.

"Training and Education in Professional Psychology"

What to do when you get the No Full Text Found message: 

Your results might look like this: 

image of no full text results

CLICK ON THE LINK: Check for article access options (on-demand/interlibrary loan) for the following options: 

InterLibrary Loan (ILL)

Allows you to order articles, books, and more from other institutions. Simply click on the Go to Interlibrary Loan button to log in to ILL with your NetID and complete the form.  You may check the status of your orders and access electronic articles from the ILL system.

Articles on Demand

After you enter your TXST email address, you will see the "Request PDF"  option. The article will be purchased through the Articles on Demand service paid for by the library. The article will be emailed to you in a few hours. 


Also, keep in mind additional options available as Alternative Access to Journals 

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