This database focuses exclusively on issues of aging and the population of people aged 50 years and older for social gerontology research. Resources include journal articles, books, and reports.
A collaboration between the National Association of Social Workers (NASW Press) and Oxford University Press (OUP), the encyclopedia provides overview of topics from a social work perspective, including statistics and interventions. These entries don't count as peer-reviewed journal articles but they can point you to some and provide ideas for how to search for more.
In Ageline, choose Research as Target Audience & Journal Article as Publication Type. In other databases, check for specific limiters.
For other databases, you can add empirical or methods to your search terms.
Want to search multiple databases at once? Try Library Search (below and on the library home page) or try adding multiple databases from Ageline (a tutorial shows you how).
Tips for Literature Reviews
Widen Your Search/Find an Article From a Citation
The Library Search box and Google Scholar both search a wide array of resources, from many different disciplines. They are also useful to locate the full text of specific citations from an article you already have - put in the article's title, and hit search!