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News 2011 My PSICODOC My session My searches RSS Alerts by
Customized alerts by . In addition, teachers will be able to update recommended bibliography in accordance with citation format of the American Psychological Association. Researchers will receive news in their as soon as they are published, accessing in real time to last findings related to their research field as well as to papers published by other researchers in the same area. And students will met a immediate and simple way to updating their favourite themes and providing in their papers relevant references of recent publication.
PSICODOC improves your searches Now it is possible to obtain better results by combinating previous searches. In addition, search results can be saved, replicated or be turned into alerts and/or RSS channels. My session allows you to combine searches carried out during a session and save the most interesting results in order to use them in subsequent sessions. My searches makes access to saved searches easier, so you can use them in current session, turn them into alerts and/or RSS channels.
Your authentication in PSICODOC will allow you to access your favourite searches and alerts. The first time you must click on My PSICODOC and select New user. Next time, you just need to log in after clicking on My PSICODOC.
My session: You will be automatically able to save, combine and/or turn into alerts any of your searches of the session in progress.
Selecting the corresponding logic operator Marking searches to be combined Executing the combined search
My searches You will access and use your favourite searches whenever you want.
Marking the box to turn a search into an alert
Alerts When saving a search with alert, you will receive in your monthly bibliographic news.
Mark the saved search in order to receive alerts.
RSS You will be able to see your results in your navigator and/or subscribe to news on RSS format, by clicking on RSS searches.