Psychology

The psychology collection supports teaching, learning, and research through the Ph.D. level in psychology, with attention given to the UT Psychology department’s main areas of study: behavioral neuroscience, clinical psychology, cognitive neuroscience, cognitive science, developmental psychology, individual differences and evolutionary psychology, perception, brain and behavior, and social and personality psychology.

English is the primary language of collection, with a focus on studies concerning the United States and Western Europe. The interdisciplinary nature of psychology compels several subject specialist librarians to work together to provide appropriate coverage for their constituencies, particularly in the biological sciences and social sciences.

Electronic and print format materials are collected to meet the needs of users. Periodicals and products of mainstream U.S. publishers are collected in electronic format, when available.

Contact Carolyn Cunningham, Subject Specialist Librarian

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Call Number RangeSubject
BF 1-2055Psychology, Parapsychology, Occult
BL 53-54Psychology of Religion. Religious Experience
QP 360Neurophysiology. Neuropsychology
R 723-726Philosophy. Ethics. Psychology. Terminal Care
RC 336-337General Neuroscience
RC 346-360General Neurological Disease
RC 435-455.3Psychiatry
RC 455.4Special Aspects of Mental Illness
RC 456-528Psychitry. Therapeutics. Psychotherapy
RC 512-528.ZPsychoanalysis and Psychopathology
RC 530-560Psychopathology
RC 563-568Personality Disorders. Behavior Problems
RC 569.7-570Mental Retardation