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Finding Primary Sources for Human Development Theories
This is the online research guide for Human Development Theorist Research. The resources in this guide have been specifically selected to assist with your research on the theoretical foundations of human development.
Feel free to contact me or any of the other librarians if you have any questions during the research process.
Many sources may have electronic options linking to library ebooks, articles, and titles on the Internet Archive.
To begin your research on human development theorists:
Step 1: Choose a theory or theorist to research
Consult related course materials
Consider theories of interest in HD classes
You may also refer to the HD Developmental Theories Readings for a list of theories and theorists, and the minimum number of readings available on Course Reserve. You will likely encounter more than is listed in OneSearch.
Step 2: Finding Sources
Consult the following sources:
HD Reserves cart - 100+ books and articles specific to HD theorists
OneSearch - all available books, ebooks, articles, written by and about theorists, as well as access to ILL