The most important database for this class is PsycINFO. It is our main psychology database with literature about psychology, behavioral science, and related disciplines. It lists books, book chapters, dissertations, and journal articles.
Provides lengthy literature reviews in several scientific fields including clinical psychology, neuroscience, and psychology. These reviews summarize current understanding on a topic and discuss avenues for future inquiry. Each cites dozens of empirical research articles. Consequently, a relevant Annual Review article can be a tremendous springboard into the research literature.
An excellent source for information about how to conduct studies and how to analyze data. It includes full-text for the entire series of "little green books," which provide concise, practical information about quantitative statistical analysis techniques. It also contains several encyclopedias and handbooks.