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Neuroscience Junior Independent Work and Senior Thesis Guide

Meet with the Librarian

                            Meghan Testerman (she/her) is the Behavioral Sciences Librarian at Princeton University where she serves the Department of Psychology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute.  

You can find her in the Psychology Department at 118 Peretsman Scully Hall, via email, or by making an appointment. 

 

How can the library help?

The library can help you:

  • Identify sources of neuroscience literature
  • Locate review articles on your topic
  • Formulate a search strategy to locate literature
  • Refine your search strategy to retrieve the most relevant literature
  • Introduce you to literature mapping tools to help you map the scholarly conversation on your topic
  • Help identify peer-reviewed articles
  • Help you manage your references using reference management software (such as Zotero, Mendeley, RefWorks, and EndNote)
  • Assist with citation styles such as APA Style
  • Locate examples of Senior Theses
  • Connect you with library services such as Data and Statistical Services for help with data analysis and the Stokes VizHub for help with data visualization.