BPS members get access to the extensive Discovery Service knowledge base and our primary full-text journals databases.
As a BPS member, enjoy the benefits of free access to our primary full-text journals databases as well as the Discovery Service.
To access EBSCO, you must be a member, have registered a member portal account with us, and be logged in to gain access.
Our primary full-text journals database includes:
- The BPS/Wiley journal collection
- EBSCO's Psychology & Behavioural Sciences Collection
- The BPS exclusive e-books collection
The Discovery Service also searches:
- Many premium psychology journal publishers, including Elsevier, Taylor & Francis, Springer, Emerald, etc.
- Open-access journals databases
- Subject and institutional repositories
- Academic catalogues, including Science Direct, ERIC, JSTOR, etc.
- Many other online sources – biographies, e-books, conference proceedings, images, magazines, newspapers, videos, and much more
You can also create an account (Personal EBSCOhost Account) on the Discovery Service homepage, allowing you to save your preferences, organise your research into folders, retrieve your search history, and much more.
How to use the Discovery Service
Using the link above will allow you to access the Discovery Service, at which point you will then be able to sign into your personal account.
Signing into your personal account is important as it will enable you to save your preferences, organise your research into folders, retrieve your search history, and much more.
To create or sign in to your account use the Sign In (Personal EBSCOhost Account) tab on the Discovery Service home page.
When to use the Discovery Service
You should use the Discovery Service when you want to:
conduct an advanced search across the Discovery Service knowledge base (including all BPS and Wiley journals)
access EBSCO's Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection
access EBSCO's vast array of publishers' metadata and open–access material