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The sources listed in this guide were chosen for the relevant coverage they provide. Direct links are provided to Internet resources and searchable databases, as well as links to the library's online catalog.

As always, if you have any questions be sure to ask a Reference Librarian.

Background Information

The sources listed here, although not indexes or databases, can help you identify important studies. For additional titles, search LUCIA, the library's catalog. A Subject begins with search for primates in LUCIA will list quite a few titles, as well as other subject headings (and subheadings) which may be of interest.

Finding Scientific Articles

Go to the Electronic Resources page at There is a long list of databases. A few to try include these:

  • Academic OneFile
    Check the items listed on the Academic Journals tab.
  • Academic Search Premier
    In this database you can use the form to the right of the results to limit to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals.
  • Anthropology Plus
    A compilation of the Anthropological Index Online and Anthropological Literature databases, this resource offers access to citations that cover articles published from the early 19th century to the present, in multiple languages.
  • Biological Abstracts
    Information from core life-science journals. One of the major sources of articles for biologists.
  • Science Citation Index
    A multi-disciplinary citation index in the sciences.
  • Zoological Record
    Taxonomic reference and database of animal biology.
  • Google Scholar
    If you're going to Google, do it here. Look for he label Full Text @LU to locate things that might be available here.

General Advice for Obtaining Articles

In any of your searching, if you identify an item not owned by the library or accessible through our databases, you can request a copy through Interlibrary Loan. There are two ways to do this:

Be sure to include as much accurate information as possible when you submit and ILL request.

To save yourself time, ask a reference librarian for assistance and advice in finding and obtaining your articles. Librarians can also help you make the best use possible of Interlibrary Loan.

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