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Research information for researchers
The books in the reading rooms are shelved systematically, i.e. according to subjects and within the subjects, according to subject areas and topics. The basis of the arrangement is the classification system which divides the fields of knowledge into main groups and subgroups and is expressed by a letter-number combination (classification number). Classification numbers are used for the books’ shelf numbers, and you can use them to search the catalogue thematically.
To search for literature, especially journal articles on a specific topic, you usually use interdisciplinary or specialized databases. Psychology subject databases can be found in ULB’s Database Information System (DBIS).
For licensing and copyright reasons and in accordance with the guidelines of the International Test Commission (ITC) and the German Association of Psychologists (BDP), the psychological tests and test materials (including evaluation sheets) available at the Testothek of the University of Düsseldorf can only be used to a limited extent. The exact access conditions can be found here.
Selecting and ordering literature
We can set up quick reference collections for literature required on a daily basis as required by Chairs after consultation with their respective subject librarian. Up to 500 items of research literature can be included in a quick reference collection. Please contact your responsible subject librarian to set up a quick reference collection or order books for a collection.
Various bibliometric indicators can be used to evaluate, compare or rank the significance of scientific publications. Please contact us for more information on the h-index or impact factor. The subject librarians can gladly advise on individual bibliometric aspects.
Digital and information literacy
The ULB supports the advancement of digital literacy and information skills with subject-specific in-person teaching and digital offers. We can gladly attend your events and give an introduction to subject-specific information research.