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PSYC2002 10380



I am so happy to serve as your library liaison! 

Think of me as your research partner...I can assist you with finding articles, developing a research topic, citing sources... you name it! Visit our library homepage to learn more.

If you ever want to meet with me for specialized research assistance, you can schedule a research appointment.

You can also email me at

JWU librarians are available for research appointments in-person, over the phone, and online. We would be more than happy to help you! 

For immediate help, click this "Ask a Librarian" chat button. It's anonymous, free, and super easy!




Which library databases should you use? 

My recommendations:

Working on your team project?  To find resources on mental health issues that your film character may represent, click the keywords below.  If you want to search another mental health issue, click on ANY of the links below, and then replace the keyword with your own, OR reach out to me or another librarian for help.  Good luck!


Bipolar Disorder


Autism Spectrum

Alcohol/Addiction Issues

Anxiety Disorders


Eating Disorders

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


Postpartum Depression

Dissociative Identity

Antisocial Personality

Avoidant Personality

Borderline Personality

Narcissistic Personality

Gender Dysphoria  (***2013 update with DSM V: The diagnostic label gender identity disorder (GID) was used by the DSM until its reclassification as  gender dysphoria in 2013, with the release of the DSM-5. The diagnosis was reclassified to better align it with medical understanding of the condition and to remove the stigma associated with the term disorder.[5][6] The American Psychiatric Association, publisher of the DSM-5, stated that gender nonconformity is not the same thing as gender dysphoria,[7] and that "gender nonconformity is not in itself a mental disorder. The critical element of gender dysphoria is the presence of clinically significant distress associated with the condition."[1] Some transgender people and researchers support declassification of the condition because they say the diagnosis pathologizes gender variance and reinforces the binary model of gender.[5][8]



The Academic Success Center is open for in-person and remote appointments by zoom.

Whether you're just getting started or need final editing advice, writing tutors are kind and trained to help you at any stage of the writing process. Visit the Academic Success Center website for more information.

Top Tips for Working with the Academic Success Center:

  1.    Book an appointment by phone: 401-598-1485  
  2.    Book an appointment online via USucceed: In jwulink, under Tools,.click Academics tab, Usucceed- Look for "My Success Network" Academic Success Network
  3. Visit us live on the first floor of the Yena Center

For 24/7 free online revision feedback, submit your paper to Smarthinking. Look for the link in jwuLink, under the Academics tab, under Academic Support Services.

The JWU library has two style guides: 

MLA Style Guide

APA Style Guide

However, if you need more in depth guidance on formatting go to the Purdue OWL

Need to talk to someone and seek guidance in real time?