Librarians help with the following research-related activities:
The following techniques can improve your success with online searching, whether you're searching a catalog for books or a database for articles:
How do I know if my article comes from a peer-reviewed journal?
Connect to Ulrich's Using the Link below:
The reference desk is in the IDEA Commons on the 1st floor of the Daley Library. Reference Librarians are on duty the following times:
The desk is staffed by trained graduate students other times the library is open.
Try the following searches initially:
(athlet* psychology recovery)
(athlet* psychology injury)
Then add in your sport/activity, or replace athlet* with your sport, to see if there's a more specific study on your population:
(athlet* psychology injury soccer) or (soccer psychology injury) or (soccer psychology recovery)
If this doesn't give you results, you may have to eliminate one term:
(psychology injury soccer) or (psychology soccer) or (injury soccer)
If you get too specific (too many search terms), "zoom out". If you get too many results with a few terms, add in another or use limits (age limits- article types- etc.)