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Unformatted text preview: Discussion One Discuss the difference between a psychology and a psychiatry collection. Will the fact that the two collections are scattered by classification cause problems for users? Two Some suggest that psychology is the "best" of the social sciences because it uses the experimental method in much of its research. What difference does this make? Three Many library users are reluctant to ask for reference help when seeking psychological information because they don't wish to share their problem or concern. What, if anything, might a librarian do to overcome this barrier? Four Many popular self-help items are of marginal quality and utility. How would you approach developing and maintaining a collection in this area? Five Children and teens are affected by many of the same psychological information needs as adults. What collections and reference services would be appropriate for this audience? How might you anticipate and deal with controversial content?...
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- Fall '09
- Psychology, psychological information, adult family members, difficult family situations