Answered By: Research & Instruction Services Last Updated: Jan 07, 2019 Views: 135
Use the following steps to locate an article in full-text if you only have a citation or abstract:
The benefits of adopting a positive perspective in ethics education Authors: 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, the blue search box on the Library homepage. Enclose the title in quotation marks and run the search.
Next, if the first way of searching yields no full text, try searching the title the article was published in, enclosed in quotation marks. Match up the year/volume/issue/pages to track down the article.
You have two options for obtaining articles we don't have, and both have their advantages and disadvantages.
No Full Text Found: InterLibrary Loan allows you to order articles, books, and more from other institutions. Simply login 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.