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Sage Publications is a major scholarly publisher of journals, reference, and monograph titles. Sage eReference contains several online encyclopedias and reference books in psychology, counseling, and psychotherapy. Titles include "21st Century Psychology: A Reference Handbook" and the "Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology."
Gale Virtual Reference is a collection of reference books published by Gale, which has now been made available electronically. Titles include: Child Development, 2002; Encyclopedia of Aging 4v, 2002; Encyclopedia of Health and Behavior 2v, 2004; Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology 2nd ed., 2001; International Dictionary of Psychoanalysis 3v, 2005; Learning and Memory 2nd ed., 2004.
PsychiatryOnline: Portal from American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
This electronic version of the DSM-IV-TR (the standard text for the classification of mental disorders) is available online via PsychiatryOnline. The print volume is available at the Sawyer Reference Desk.
3 Vols.: V. 1. Foundations, planning, measures, and psychometrics -- v. 2. Research designs : quantitative, qualitative, neuropsychological, and biological -- v. 3. Data analysis and research publication.
A three volume set covering a wide range of topics such as: work team diversity, workplace safety, selecting and developing members for the organization, fostering a positive work environment, and the globally distributed workforce. Available online, and in print.
Elsevier's "International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences" is a massive resource (the print equivalent is 26 volumes), with the aim of documenting the "state of the art in all the fields encompassed within the social and behavioral sciences."