You'll find books on neuroscience in a number of places in the stacks. Try some of the following terms in a Subject Search in the catalog to find relevant titles:
APA (American Psychological Association) Style is primarily used for the social sciences - psychology, sociology, criminal justice - but can also be used in other subjects.
CSE (Council of Science Editors) Style is primarily used for the sciences - biology, chemistry, physics, computer science - but can also be used in other subjects.
Citing your sources is one of the most important steps in doing research. RefWorks will allow you to store and organize your citations as well as easily create your bibliography/references (whether annotated or not) and final paper in the correct style.
You can use RefWorks to:
Search the library catalog for books in the collection:
These databases provide a good starting point for most topics related to your course. Database searches will allow you to search hundreds of magazines and scholarly journals in your discipline at the same time:
Your professor has provided this list of specific scholarly journals that are relevant to neuroscience:
If you know the title of a specific journal you are looking for, but aren't sure whether Fitchburg State has access to it, check in Journal Locator. Searches show whether the title is available in one of our databases, or is available in the print periodicals collection on the 2nd floor.
Need to browse all journals that Fitchburg State holds in a discipline? Go to Journal locator, type the subject term in the search box, and then choose "Title Contains All Words" from the drop-down menu. (i.e. "neuroscience" or "cognition")
Leave the search field blank and use the "Browse Journals by Subject" drop-down to view all the journals in a particular discipline.