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Finding Journal Titles: PCOM Journal Search 
In addition to the following searchable collections, PCOM subscribes to many individual titles and selected titles from Nature Publishing Group, Sage Publisher, Wiley Interscience and others. Use Journal Search to find specific titles.
Linking to Full Text from within a database: look for the LinkSource icon It links from a citation in one database to the full text article in another.
  

Licensed E-Journal Collections:

APA Articles Direct via OVID PsycINFO links. The APA Full-Text Article Database contains the full text of articles from approximately 40 APA journals and selected EPF (Educational Publishing Foundation) journals, most from 1989 to the present. The PsycINFO database links to the fulltext of articles in both APA Articles Direct and Proquest Psychology Journals (over 400 titles).
 
EBSCOhost Collections include over 1,500 titles in Academic Search Elite (general academic), AltHealth Watch (complementary and alternative medicine), Clinical Reference Systems, EBSCOhost Online, Health Business, Health Source Plus, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, and USP DI Volume II, Advice for the Patient. Tip: search all Ebsco collections simultaneously. A User Guide for effective searching is available on the PCOM Digital Library Instruction page.
 
MD Consult contains over 50 core clinical journals including all of the Clinics of North America and Yearbooks. Registration required. To apply, complete the User Account Application Form. Access is controlled by your personal MD Consult password. Forgotten password? Call MD Consult directly at 1-800-401-9962.
 
Journals@OVID contains over 700 full text titles directly linked from MEDLINE. A rich resource of core clinical as well as research titles.
 
Proquest Psychology Journals is a collection of nearly 300 academic journals in psychology and related fields, all in full text. 
 
Psychiatry Online a small collection of key titles, American Journal of Psychiatry, Academic Psychiatry, etc.
 
Sage Psychology Journals contains 35 titles, some going back 36 years. The database is fully searchable.
 
Science Direct contains the full text of more than 400 Elsevier Science journals. In addition to the complete Clinical Medicine and Psychology collections, PCOM subscribes to individual titles in the basic sciences. When you connect to Science Direct via the PCOM proxy server, click on "group-wide login" for access to the fulltext of articles. Articles are presented in both HTML and PDF format. 
 
 
Free E-Journal Respositories:

  

Free Medical Journals.com links to free journals and is searchable alphabetically or by specialty. The site lists English and foreign language titles.  
 
Highwire Press is one of the two largest archives of free full-text science articles (the largest is the NASA Astrophysics Data System). As of May 7, 2001, it contains 247,811 free full-text articles. Current issues are accessible only to subscribers, however, past issues are available free after a variable period of time. For example, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences are available after one month. EMBO, the Journal of Applied Physiology, the Journal of Biological Chemistry, and Science are available after one year.
 
Public Library of Science: PLoS Biology launched its first issue on October 13, 2003, in print and online. PLoS Medicine will follow in 2004. The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a non-profit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.
 
PubMed Central is not a publisher; it provides free access to full-text articles from a growing number of existing publications including Arthritis Research, BioMed Central Journals, British Medical Journal, Breast Cancer Research, Critical Care, Genome Biology, and Molecular Biology of the Cell. Results from searches conducted in PubMed MEDLINE link directly to full-text articles in PubMed Central. 

February 1, 2008