Listed on this page are some suggestions for keeping up with the field of psychology literature around you. If you have any questions about RSS or other related information feel free to contact Melissa for assistance.
For any given journal, there are multiple ways to subscribe to the table of contents; the most common are from the publisher or from a database. There are advantages and disadvantages to every RSS source. When choosing, consider the following factors:
Depending upon your needs, some compromises will be easier than others.
Note: Be sure to add the feed to an aggregator within one week of its creation. A one-step alert will not expire unless the aggregator does not automatically update results (extremely unlikely) supplied by the feed for two months.
From the Result List or Search History Screen, click the RSS alert icon, or the Create alert for this search link.
A pop-up screen displays with the search alert information. Copy the Syndication Feed URL into your newsreader.
You may also set up one-step journal alerts right from the Publications Browse Screen.
Click the Publications link on the sub-toolbar. Once you have found the desired publication, click the RSS alert icon to the left of the publication name.
A pop-up screen displays with the journal alert information. Copy the Syndication Feed URL into your newsreader.
Here's how you can set up your custom PubMed RSS Feeds:
Conduct a search in PubMed (can be any search, simple or advanced).
No need to select records -- simply click on the Send to drop-down and select RSS Feed.
In the new screen, you can limit the number of records you want to receive each time you invoke the feed (default is 15).
Name your feed.
Click the Create Feed button.
In the new screen you'll see an XML icon. Right mouse-click and select copy shortcut to copy the custom-feed URL.
Paste the feed URL into your favorite feed reader.