Background Sources in Health, Kinesiology & Applied Physiology
This guide lists a selection of the more important sources of information on Exercise Science available at Concordia Library. It includes material held in the Webster Library (WEB) on the Sir George Williams Downtown Campus, the Vanier Library (VAN) on the Loyola Campus and/or available online. Most materials are located in the Reference area (REF). This is not a complete list. Additional resources may be found by searching CLUES, the library catalogue.
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- AMA Manual of Style : a Guide for Authors and Editors (at Reference Desk: REF R 119 A533 2007 VAN
- Planning, Proposing, and Presenting Science Effectively: QH 315 H25 2006 VAN 3rd floor
- Scientific style and format : the CSE manual for authors, editors, and publishers: REF T 11 S386 2006 VAN
- Student Handbook for Writing in Biology: QH 304 K59 2005 VAN 3rd Floor
- Writing Papers in the Biological Sciences: REF QH 304 M35+ 1988 VAN
Biological Abstracts (BIOSIS Previews)
- BIOSIS Previews is the most comprehensive index in life sciences. It combines journal content from Biological Abstracts with supplemental, non-journal content from Biological Abstracts/RRM (Reports, Reviews and Meetings):
- Subject coverage: general biology, molecular biology, genetics, biotechnology, biochemistry, ecology, environmental biology, botany, zoology, biomedicine, pharmacology, veterinary science, nutrition; and public health.
Medline (via PubMed)
- PubMed database provides citations with abstracts to worldwide biomedical literature. Covers research, clinical practice, administration, policy issues and healthcare. Includes all foreign languages and is fully indexed.
- Connect and use PubMed via the Library'a web site to benefit from our subscriptions to online journals
Web of Science (1979-onward)
- Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI) is a multidisciplinary database, with searchable author abstracts, covering the journal literature of the sciences. It indexes 5,900 major journals across 150 scientific disciplines.
- GEOBASE integrates the content of several print indexes, including Ecological Abstracts
- This database covers taxonomy, biology, pathology, immunology, diagnosis, epidemiology, treatment and control of all helminths (Monogenea, Aspidogastrea, Digenea, Cestoda, Acanthocephala, Nematoda) parasitic in man and domestic and wild animals.
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