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Research Methods Resources - Kinesiology: How to Locate the Full Text of an Article, once you have found the Citation

The easiest way to locate a journal is to search the MSU libraries' online catalog

Conduct a title search of the journal that contains the article you want. For example, you've found the article "Physiological responses to body weight-supported treadmill exercise in healthy adults" in the journal Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2011, June; 92(6): 960-966.

From the Main Library's homepage (http://www.lib.msu.edu), click on 'Library Catalog', type in the title of the journal in this case Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Click on the down arrow next to 'Keyword', choose 'Journal/Periodical Title', click the 'Search' button.

If MSU has access to the title, there should be links to the paper and/or online version of the journal. MSU has this title in print from 1953 to 2002, and electronically from 1995-Present so the article "Physiological responses to body weight-supported treadmill exercise in healthy adults" is available only electronically from the MSU Libraries.

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