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Let's say you need to find a <b>full-text</b> article for one of your classes on emotion regulation in children. <br><br>Begin at the UM Libraries' home page: <a href="https://libraries.olemiss.edu" title="Link: https://libraries.olemiss.edu">libraries.olemiss.edu</a><br><br>
You can search for scholarly articles in One Search or in a subject database. <br><br>We're going to search a subject psychology database called PsycINFO. Click <b>"P"</b>. <br>
Click <span class="component"><i><b>PsycINFO </b></i></span>
To access UM library databases you need to login with your UM id and password.
Type <b>emotion regulation and child*</b> in the search box
You might want to use the second article in the list, but where is the <b>full text</b> <b>(entire)</b> article?<br><br>Click on the title of the article.
This page gives you more information, but still not the <b>full-text article. <br><br></b>To find out if the UM Libraries has the <b>full-text article</b>, you need to click on the <b>red</b> "<b>Find It!"</b> button. <b><br></b>
This screen will look different depending on if the library has the article, and how the article is being retrieved. <br><br>Often, you simply follow the prompt. <br>
A new tab opens to provide the <b>full-text article</b>, including a downloadable pdf version. <br><br>Click to download. That's it! You're done. <br><br>