Answered By: Jessica Maris
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 28

Britannica and Credo can be good for introductory information.

For books and eBooks, follow the link below to our library catalog, WorldCat, and search for su:bipolar disorder.

There are several videos in Films on Demand about the disorder.  Follow the link below and do a keyword search for bipolar disorder.

There are many articles about bipolar disorder in the library's academic databases, though generally they will be about much more specific aspects of the disorder than general reference sources like Britannica and Credo.  To find articles, follow the link below to the library's Databases guide and click on the Social Sciences tab.  This will show you all relevant databases.  Ebsco Academic Search Complete MasterFile Premier, and Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection are all good places to start.

In the databases, you can start with a basic search for bipolar disorder and then, after the search has been done, narrow the results down with the options on the left (full-text, source type, subject headings, etc.), or by entering more specific search criteria (i.e. bipolar disorder treatment).

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