If you wish to find the full text of a specific journal article (ie where you have the name of the author, title of the article, title of journal, volume number, page numbers etc), you can do this by searching the library catalogue at www.qub.ac.uk/lib. Make sure you search for the title of the journal, not the title of the article. See video below on Finding journal articles.
Most of our current journal subscriptions are available as electronic journals, but we also have print runs of older journal issues in the library. Print journals are kept on mobile shelves on each floor of the library; see video on Using the mobile shelving.
The Library home page has a tab for Article Search which searches across all the full text journals which the Library subscribes to. You can search with keywords and then apply criteria to focus your results. This is a quick way to find good quality peer reviewed articles in full text.
The Library also provides access to a wide range of subject specific databases. These databases contain references and abstracts of journal articles and other relevant resources and they are the best way of finding literature on your subject. You will find the most relevant databases for Psychology here.
If you are a postgraduate student and you would like to know more about finding relevant journal articles, you may be interested in the following training courses: