Online research is easier than ever now with Creasey,Research Methods in LIfespan DevelopmentandResearch Navigator!As you read this textbook, you will see Research Navigator tie-in sections at the end of each chapter. The tie-ins direct students to additional information on the Web about the methods researchers actually use and connect that information with the text material.Allyn & Bacon's Research Navigator is the easiest way for students to start a research assignment or research paper. Research Navigator comes complete with extensive help on the research process and three exclusive databases of dependable source material.EBSCO's ContentSelect Academic Journal DatabaseEBSCO's ContentSelect Academic Journal Database contains scholarly, peer-reviewed journals. These published articles provide you with specialized knowledge and information about your research topic. Academic journal articles adhere to strict scientific guidelines for methodology and theoretical grounding. The information obtained in these individual articles is more scientific than information you would find in a popular magazine, newspaper article, or on a Web page.The New York TimesSearch by Subject ArchiveNewspapers are considered periodicals because they are issued in regular installments (e.g., daily, weekly, or monthly) and provide contemporary information. Information in periodicals--journals, magazines, and newspapers--may be useful, or even critical, for finding up-to-date material or information to support specific aspects of the topic you are researching. Research Navigator gives you access to a one-year, "search by subject" archive of articles from one of the world's leading newspapers--The New York Times."Best of the Web" Link LibraryLink Library, the third database included on Research Navigator, is a collection of Web links, organized by academic subject and key terms. Searching on your key terms will provide you with a list of five to seven editorially reviewed Web sites that offer educationally relevant and reliable content. The Web links in Link Library are monitored and updated each week, reducing your incidence of finding "dead" links.In addition, Research Navigator includes extensive online content detailing the steps in the research process including:*Starting the Research Process *Internet Research *Finding and Evaluating Sources *Using Your Library *Citing Sources *Starting to WriteThe Research Navigator guide with access code is available separately or in a special package free with the purchase of a new book. This guide is a booklet contains a practical and to-the-point discussion of search engines, detailed information on evaluating online sources and citation guidelines for web resources, web activities for Psychology, web links for Psychology, and a complete guide to Research Navigator.Instructors: To request the special package, order the following ISBN: 0-205-47662-7Creasey, Gary L. is the author of 'Research Methods in Lifespan Development', published 2005 under ISBN 9780205354818 and ISBN 0205354815.