Here you can find databases licensed for the WZB and other electronic
For information on WZB licensed and freely accessible databases please visit DBIS, the "Database Information System" of the University Library of Regensburg. Information on DBIS holdings in general can be found here. (german only)
Access: Research area: Educational Research, History, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Economics Language: GermanThe library of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung is a large specialist scientific library and acquires mainly literature in the following areas: History and present of the German and international labour movement, in particular of German social democracy, German and international social and contemporary history, Publications by political parties and trade unions from Germany and selected European countries, all publications of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung from Germany and abroad.
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Access: Research area: Medicine / Healthcare, Psychology, Sociology Language: GermanThe database contains articles, monographs, collective works, contributions to collective works, research reports, electronic documents. Collection focus: Gerontology, sociology, in particular sociology of old age, sociology of life course, developmental psychology of old age, old-age/senior citizen and social policy, health care of older people, old-age care/nursing care science with reference to older people.
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Access: Research area: Medicine / Healthcare, Sociology, Psychology Language: German, EnglishPSYNDEX covers German and English publications from authors in the German-speaking countries from all areas of psychology and related behavioral and social sciences such as psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine, sociology, education, philosophy, sports, criminology, linguistics, and applied economics. Also included are audiovisual media as well as psychological, psychiatric, and educational tests developed or in use in the German-speaking countries (including published and nonpublished tests, adaptations of American, English and other-language tests, informal research instruments). Sources include approximately 540 journals, books, chapters, reports, and dissertations. Bibliographic information, indexing terms, and abstracts are searchable in German and English.