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Student Projects: Sensation and Perception

Sensation and Perceptions Search Terms

BEGIN BY SEARCHING THESE TERMS IN THE DATABASE WIDGETS BELOW:

perception     optical illusion     sensation     senses     cochlear implant     vision    absolute thresholds     thresholds

TO USE POWER LIBRARY

  1. Click POWER Library 
  2. Click High School Student Resources
  3. Search Sensation and Perception, as well as other terms

World Book offers great articles on Perception, Senses and Optical Illusion.

Gale Virtual Reference library has a great article on Cochlear Implants.

 

Top Reasons to Use Databases

How Do I Log-in?

You are already logged-in when you are at school.  To access these resources from home or anywhere else, see below:

Destiny (library catalog): 

Log in using your Google PDSD student account.  

Databases and Encyclopedias:

World Book and JSTOR use the username: sun, and password: valley.   

Gale in Context High School, Gale Literary Sources and Gale Virtual Reference Center use the ID: sunvalley (notice there is no space).

Ebsco Explora, History Reference Center, Literary Reference Center, Science Reference Center and Ebsco Ebooks use the username: sun, and the password: valley2022!  

All of the other databases are provided through POWER Library, which allows you to sign up for a free eCard to use their eResources or you can enter your public library card number.  If you don't have a public library card, you can sign up for one to access their large collection of ebooks, audiobooks, emagazines and their databases.  Fill out this form and they'll send you a card number ASAP.

https://charlotte.delco.lib.pa.us/selfreg

See or email Mrs. Smith for help: ksmith@pdsd.org.  

World Book Online

POWER Library

Gale Virtual Reference Library

Log in using the ID: sunvalley (notice there is no space).

JSTOR

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Search in:
 

Need help? See the "How to Search JSTOR" guide.

Log in using the username: sun, and password: valley.

EBSCOhost

Research databases