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ERIC tutorials created by Reed Library, SUNY at Fredonia and used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical 4.0 International License.
Academic Search Premier, ERIC,Education Full Text, and PsycInfo tutorials created by EBSCO Training.
ProQuest Dissertations and Physical Education Index tutorials created by ProQuest Training.
Search Academic Search Premier for journal articles on health and lifestyle changes. Select peer-reviewed for articles based on a research study. For a more precise search, use the subject terms for vocabulary to represent the concepts of your research topic.
Other databases with scholarly journal articles:
For journal articles on research topics related to health and nursing, use CINAHL Plus with Full Text.
Search ERIC for journal articles and non-journal literature on physical education and health in a school setting.
For journal articles on the sociological implications of health and sport, use Social Sciences Full Text or Sociological Abstracts.
Search PsycINFO for the psychological effect of physical activity on health.
For research on controversial topics, CQ Researcher provides a weekly report on a key national issue. Reports include a pro/con section.
Note: Continuous keyword searching removes the filter for the journal. When keyword searching, please check the limiter: Only show content I have full access to.
Searching a database will provide citations to scholarly journal articles and other scientific research.
To access the full-article, look for links to:
If there are no full-text links, use Find It! to see if article is available in another library subscription.