1. Start Here: Journal of Nonverbal Behavior
Your best bet for articles is the Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. Click the link below to directly access the journal, where you can search by keyword or browse issues.
Use the links below to go directly to select databases that feature nonverbal communication articles from a variety of journals. A short video with an examples of conducting a search in one of these databases can be found on the "How to Search" page.
3. Go Here Next.
If you can't find what you are looking for in the specialized databases and journals, try a discovery system search in the main search box on the library homepage. This will search across all items in the library collection, including articles, books, eBooks, videos, and more. And, you can use the discovery system settings to narrow your search to meet your course requirements.
4. Still Need More?
If you can't find what you in from the databases or discovery searches, you can use WorldCat to search for materials from other libraries that the library does not own. If you find an article from another library, you can place an interlibrary loan request following the instructions in the ILL box below.
If you find article that our library does not have have in our collection, you can request the article through interlibrary loan. See the ILL site below for more information setting up an ILL account and placing an ILL request.