e-Bulletin (Sep 2019, Issue 125)

Featured Resources for Faculty of Health and Social Sciences

The Library has subscribed to PsycINFO and PsycARTICLES from ProQuest. Both databases cover important scholarly literature in the field of psychology. What is the difference between PsycINFO and PsycARTICLES?
  • Provides over 8 million citations to the scholarly literature in the behavioral sciences and mental health
  • 90% of the 3,000+ titles indexed are peer-reviewed
  • Documents indexed include journals, articles, books, dissertations and more
  • Published by the American Psychological Association (APA)
  • Peer-reviewed full-text high quality journal in behavioral science and related fields
  • 130+ scholarly journals from 1894 to the present
  • Many (but not all) articles are indexed in PsycINFO
  • Published by the American Psychological Association (APA), the Canadian Psychological Association, Hogrefe Publishing Group and APA's Educational Publishing Foundation


It is the one-of-a-kind trusted resource if you look for psychological measurement and instrumentation tools. It carries almost 55,000 test records, in which approximately 50% contains the actual test or test items. The earliest PsycTESTS record dates back to 1896, and the majority (over 89%) of the content is published from 1990 onwards. Please pay attention to the permission requirements before using the tests for your teaching or research projects. You can use the information in the records to contact the author or publisher for formal permission or additional information about the test.


If you have any questions about using the databases of PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES and PsycTESTS, please contact Ms Lydia Ngai, Faculty Librarian (Health & Social Sciences) for assistance.

Media Resources


[HD9975.C62 S8 2019]

"A portrait of poverty, ambition and hope set in a world of waste. "- IMDb


Korea: the never-ending war

[DS918 .K67 2019]

"Shedding new light on a geopolitical hot spot, the film — written and produced by John Maggio and narrated by Korean-American actor John Cho — confronts the myth of the “Forgotten War", documenting the post-1953 conflict and global consequences." - PBS

Korea: the never-ending war

New Additions & Trial Databases

Trial Databases:

Primal's 3D Real-time (via anatomy.TV)

[Expiry: 9 Sep 2019]
This 3D interactive anatomy resource focuses on digital and cadaveric dissection which facilitates users to explore the human body in detail and with functional flexibility.
Quick start guide

The Belt and Road Initiative Reference Source

[Expiry: 30 Jun 2020]
A full-text database supporting the study of the Belt and Road Initiative. It provides scholarly journals from various countries covering business trends, infrastructure, research collaboration and trade opportunities related to the initiative.


[Expiry: 30 Sep 2019]