If you do not have convenient access to a university library, you can now do literature searches online (for free) and can order reprints online if you are willing to pay for them.
Members of the American Psychological Association can sign up, for a modest annual fee, to conduct literature searches and obtain articles from APA journals through the APA Web site - http://www.apa.org/.
There are a number of sites where you can do Medlines searches for free. I've been happy with Healthgate (http://www.healthgate.com/).
If you want to obtain copies of journal articles which are not easily available to you, the National Library of Medicine maintains a list of services that will fax, email, or snail-mail copies to you. It provides contact information, fees, turnaround time, content coverage, and searching capabilities. You can find the list at http://www.nnlm.nlm.nih.gov/pnr/docsupp/.
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