This guide is intended for students and researchers studying Psychodynamic Studies at the University of Oxford, although students and researchers from other departments and any field may find it useful.
Use this guide to find out about books and online resources for Psychodynamic Studies, including ebooks, ejournals and bibliographic databases.
Oxford has a wide range of books (including ebooks and print books) for Psychodynamic Studies. For more detailed info about finding books visit the books page on this guide.
You can search for individual journal articles in SOLO by searching for the author and/or article title and/or subject keywords.
In addition, you can search for a particular journal or newspaper (e.g. Nature, English Historical Review, The Guardian) by entering the title in SOLO or via the 'Journals A-Z'.
Below are a few key journals for Psychodynamic Studies below. See the journals page for of this guide for more information and guidance.
Oxford subscribes to many scholarly databases. They can be used to locate journal articles, conference proceedings, books, patents, images, data and more. You can find some of the key databases for Psychodynamic Studies listed below. Take a look at the databases page of this guide for more information.
There are many scholarly resources which are freely available on the web. Key free web resources are listed below and on the free online resources page.
Theses submitted by students for the Masters in Psychodynamic Practice are available for consultation, subject to the author's consent. These are held in the office of the programme administrator. If you would like to consult these, please contact the administrator directly. More information can be found at the theses page of this guide.