Searching databases for journal articles is a bit more challenging than using tools such as Google or Bing. The good news is that you have a lot more control over how you design the search. This also means you should get better, more targeted results.
The above search strategy in the PsycINFO database will look like this. Note that I changed "Select a Field" to "SU Subjects" so only the index terms for this article are searched.
You can also limit your search to "peer reviewed" publications so you search only the academic literature.
This search retrieved 248 peer-reviewed citations.
NOTE: If you are not sure about what terms to use, the PsycINFO Thesaurus is extremely helpful.
Last Revised on September 18, 2017