1. Go to https://med.fsu.edu/library
2. Scroll down and click on the Resources box.
3. Click on “E-Resources by Title”
4. Type “New Yorker” (without the quotations) in the Search box. Click the Search button.
5. Click on Academic Search Complete in the search results.
6. Once in Academic Search Complete, choose one of the following ways to get to the article:
(a) SEARCH BY AUTHOR (Recommended)
- Click on “Search within this publication”
- On the next screen, you will see that the journal name (JN) is already entered for you in the search box.
- In the 2nd search box, enter the last name of the author. (For example, the author’s last name is Aviv.)
- Select “AU Author” from the “Select a Field (optional)” box next to that search box.
- Your search criteria should look like the image below. Click the green Search button.
(b) BROWSE TO FIND THE ARTICLE
On the right side of Academic Search Complete you will see links to the dates of issues available. You can browse by publication date to find your article.
You can spot the actual date of publication easily if you have the publisher URL.
For example: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/04/08/the-challenge-of-going-off-psychiatric-drugs.
April 8, 2019 is the publication date in our example article, even though the date on the cover of the story says April 1, 2019. In this case, the article is listed in the database associated with the April 8, 2019 date (Vol. 95 Issue 15).
Results The title of the example article when it was published on the New Yorker website was “The Challenge of Going Off Psychiatric Drugs.” In the aggregated database, the title changed to “BITTER PILL.” When titles are inconsistent, we recommend searching by author.
Click on the linked title for “BITTER PILL” or the “HTML Full Text” to get the full text of the article.
Note: Photos and graphics are not included in the aggregated database access, only full text.