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Psychology 247: Myth-buster Posters


Create your poster

Using CANVA, a simplified graphic-design tool website. 

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Research your myth 

Taft Online Subscription Databases

Explora searches multiple databases all at once for topics in current news, history, health, science, and more.

Content comes from magazines, news sources, books, and more.



Opposing Viewpoints in Context includes viewpoint articles, magazine and news articles.

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Sweetsearch, a Search Engine for Students 

Searches only credible websites approved by research experts like teachers and librarians.

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In addition to the database Britannica ImageQuest (our subscription database with millions of rights-cleared images), you can use these websites to find images:

  • Wikimedia Commons (a collection of over 53 million freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute)
  • Google Images (click on Tools -- Choose Usage Rights -- Choose Labelled for noncommercial reuse)
  • Google Advanced Image Search (Choose Usage Rights: Labelled for noncommercial reuse)


Creating Your Bibliography

A statement from MIT Libraries on why we cite our sources: To show your reader you've done proper research by listing sources you used to get your information. To be a responsible scholar by giving credit to other researchers and acknowledging their ideas. To avoid plagiarism by quoting words and ideas used by other authors. To allow your reader to track down the sources you used by citing them accurately in your paper by way of footnotes, a bibliography or reference list.

You can use Bibme, an electronic citation generator, to create your APA style citations.

  • To cite a reference article found in an electronic encyclopedia:
    • Click on Other.
    • Choose Encyclopedia Article.
    • Choose Manual entry mode.
    • Choose Online database for electronic reference source in a library database such as Explora. Choose Website for a reference article found on a website such as Simply Psychology.
  • To cite a magazine or newspaper article:
    • Click on Other.
    • Choose Magazine Article or Newspaper Article from the list.
    • Choose Manual entry mode.
    • Choose Online database.
  • To cite a website:
    • Choose Website
    • Choose Manual entry mode.
  • To cite an image:
    • Click on Other.
    • Choose the type of image you want to cite: Photograph or Painting / Artwork
    • Scroll down and choose where you found the image: In print, Website, or Online Database such as Opposing Viewpoints in Context.