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Too far away to visit Cincinnati State's main campus to pick up books? You still have options!
All Students have access to full-text e-books (& academic articles!) that can be accessed 24/7 with a 7 digit Cincinnati State college ID.
Ohio Students can use OhioLINK's "pick-up anywhere" option & their Cincinnati State 7 digit ID to have books delivered to their preferred OhioLINK library, or to check out books from any OhioLINK library. Is a public library closer? You may be able to use your public library card to have OhioLINK books delivered to the library you use. Browse the list & interactive map of OhioLINK libraries to find one close to you.
Out-of-State Students who prefer not to use e-books should check with their closest public library or state subsidized college library to obtain borrowing privileges.
Generally, books on Psychology will be found in the 150 range, including:
152 Perception, movement, emotions, & drive
153 Mental processes & intelligence
154 Subconcious & altered states
155 Differential & developmental psychology
156 Compartive psychology
158 Applied psychology
Library of Congress (Most OhioLINK) Most academic libraries in OhioLINK use a different classification system that is based on a combination of letters & numbers. Books specifically dealing with Psychology will typically be in the BF's.
At Cincinnati State, you have access to over 100,000 e-books via the databases listed below. You will need to enter your name & 7 digit College ID to connect to these resources from off-campus. Not sure what your ID number is? Go to MYCSTATE & use the link for "Look Up Username/Reset Your Cincinnati State Password" to retrieve it. Watch our "Looking Up Your College ID" video for more instructions.
A collection of high quality books in the field of history. These are works of major importance to historical studies—books that remain vital to both scholars and advanced students, and are frequently cited in the literature. Need Help? Watch our YouTube tutorial
2 copies of the DSM are available in the library with the call number: 616.89 D536, 2000. One can be checked out from the Stacks, but the other is in the library's Reference collection & does not circulate.