Library Research Guide to Psychology: Illustrated Search Strategy and Sources

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APPENDIX I
LIBRARY KNOWLEDGE TEST
PART A. Directions: Use this catalog card to answer the questions below.
The experimental analysis of behavior
BF
319 Fantino, Edmund J.
F35 The experimental analysis of behavior : a
biological perspective / Edmund Fantino, Cheryl
A. Logan. San Francisco : Freeman, 1979.
xiii, 559 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. (A Series of
books in psychology)
Bibliography: p. 501-544.
Includes indexes.
1. Conditioned response. 2. Psychology,
Experimental. 3. Psychology, Comparative.
4. Psychobiology. I. Logan, Cheryl A.
II. Title.
1. Would this card be filed with other cards beginning "T," "F," or "E"?
2. Does the book include a list of other writings?
3. Under what other headings will cards for this book be found in the catalog?
4. PART B.
Directions: Use this excerpt from the Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature to answer the following questions:
5. How do you find the full title of the periodical that has the article, "Crazy is a crazy the world around"?
6. On what page does it appear?
7. In what volume does it appear?
8. What is the date of publication?
9. Who is its author?
10. Under what heading will you find articles on "Mental telepathy"?
11. What is the purpose of listing the terms "autism" and "neuroses" under "Mental Illness"?
12. Does the article "Biochemical high-risk paradigm" include a list of other writings?

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