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Applied Psychology: Home

This guide organizes the most important resources for students in Steinhardt's Applied Psychology programs.

Wellness Exchange

The NYU Wellness Exchange Hotline is available 24/7 by calling: 212-443-9999. Students can access this private hotline, to contact professionals for help with day-to-day challenges or other crises, including

  • depression
  • sexual assault
  • anxiety
  • alcohol and drug dependence
  • sexually transmitted infections
  • eating disorders
  • other mental health issues. 

If you just need to talk, or call about a friend, the Wellness Exchange is there to listen. Not ready to call? Send an email to:

Online: Students in Crisis: Handbook for Faculty and Staff


This guide gives an overview of materials and resources available at NYU Libraries for researchers in applied psychology and related disciplines. There are other guides to more specific areas listed to the left.

Use the tabs above for help finding articles, background information, and more.


Ready to jump in? Here are the top 4 things to know about starting your research in applied psychology:

1. Article literature is expansively indexed by databases in psychology and education fields.

2. Get background information by using reference materials in the field

3. Managing all the materials you find from various sources using a tool like RefWorks to save, organize, and format all your citations.

4. Ask me when you get stuck! I'm here to help you with your research needs, just use one of the contact modes to the right to get help.

Applied Psychology at NYU

Department of Applied Psychology in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

Subject Librarian

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Jill Conte

Bobst Library, Mezzanine

Phone: 212.998.2622