Q. Where can I find articles about research on sleeping?
For books about sleep, visit the library's homepage and click on Books/eBooks and search the Book Catalog. Change to search just your campus library, if you wish. Then change the "words or phrase" box to "subject". Then type in "sleep" and click "Search". (If you are trying to access eBooks, you will need your Baker library barcode number to access it. It is found on your ID card or in your Contact Information in SOLAR).
For articles about sleep, visit the library's homepage and click on a subject such as "Medical" or "Psychology" (depending on what you want to learn about sleep). Then you will click on one of the databases and search it for "sleep".
If you have something specific you want to learn about, perhaps a sleeping disorder, then you would want to search for that specific thing in the database of your choice. You may need to search more than one database. Below you will find a list of suggested databases for your topic from either the Medical or the Psychology sections.
If you need additional assistance, please contact your campus librarian. Thank you for using ASK US.