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Youth: children, young adults, teens, teenagers, adolescents
Develop an online search strategy using appropriate Boolean operators, proximity operators, and truncation / wildcard characters.
(Veteran* or military or servicemen) and (PTSD or post traumatic stress disorder)
(youth or child* or adolescen*) and foster N2 (transition* or aged out)
Many Ebsco databases include the expander "Apply Equivalent Subjects" that are automatically selected by default when performing unqualified keyword searches. This may be helpful with relevancy of results and discovery of terms in the established subject headings in the controlled vocabulary.
Refining Your Search with Limiters
Each database will include limiters that are specific to the discipline.
Note: If you are in the habit of searching multiple databases simultaneously, you may be missing out on limiters that are specific to individual databases.
For example, in the PsycInfo database, here are recommended limiter helpful to this specific assignment:
A core resource covering all aspects of the social work field, including theory and practice, therapy, education, human services, addictions, child and family welfare, mental health, civil and legal rights, and more.
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