What’s included in the database?
Go to the PEP site and look in the Journals or Books tabs for up-to-date information.
How do I get full access to articles?
Faculty and currently registered students of NYGSP and CMPS receive individual logins from the librarian. We’re unable to provide subscriptions to alumni or students on leave, but you’re welcome to use PEP onsite on the library PCs, where the librarian or someone in the office can log you on. To obtain your own subscription, see PEP’s rates here.
The article I want isn’t coming up fulltext. How do I get it?
PEP doesn’t provide fulltext for the most recent few years – currently, anything after 2008. We might have the journal you’re looking for in the library or we should be able to obtain it elsewhere, so contact the librarian. Note that Psychoanalytic Quarterly publishes abstracts of articles that have appeared in other journals, and the journal containing that original article may not be in PEP.
Are my class readings on PEP?
PEP is provided to students as a general research tool. Depending on your class syllabus, some of your readings may be available through PEP, but faculty are free to choose readings from other sources. You can compare your syllabi to the PEP resource lists on their site, and remember that all class readings are on reserve in the library.