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Applied Behavior Analysis

Includes suggested databases, search techniques for finding single subject studies, and links to ABA journals.


Two hands, holding a globe made of puzzle piecesWelcome, students in Applied Behavior Analysis!

This guide is meant to bring together library resources and tips for doing research in your field.  Jump right in!

  • Find articles on a topic: If you have some subject that you need to find research on, this page points you to the main databases that will be helpful.  It also suggests some advanced ways to get the most out of your searches.
  • Find single subject research: It's not easy to find articles on a certain topic which also follow single subject research design.  This page provides one step-by-step way to use OneSearch and find what you need.
  • Search by article citation: You know you need a certain article, you just don't know how to get to it.  Start in OneSearch!
  • Find Reading Lists: If your instructor tells you that you'll find an article on course reserve, you'll use "Reading Lists" to find it.
  • Get articles we don't have through Interlibrary Loan: If you can't pull up the full article online, place an Interlibrary Loan request and we'll get a copy of the article for you and send it as soon as we can.
  • Browse ABA journals: Being able to just look through recent issues of ABA journals is a great way to see what's being discussed in your field.

Wondering how to do your research if you're not in Muncie?