To filter by Research Category, first search for the topic of your choice. When the list of studies relevant to that topic appears, you will see a drop-down menu underneath the search bar that says Filter By Library. After choosing a library (or all libraries), a second option to Filter By Research Category will appear. From here, you will be able to select your choice of research category.
To filter by Research Library, first search for the topic of your choice. When the list of studies relevant to that topic appears, you will see a drop-down menu underneath the search bar that says Filter By Library. From here, you will be able to select the different libraries from the drop-down menu.
Once you have searched for your keyword(s) from the landing page, and you have seen your initial search results, you can refine your search by Research Library or Research Category.
Enter your keyword(s) in the search bar found on the landing page. If no studies are found, please refine your search with similar but different terms. The search engine currently works best when searching for one topic at a time — including phrases. For example, while the keyword "depression" or the phrase "major depressive disorder" would both yield significant results, the phrase "depression and major depressive disorder" would not yield any.
To take notes on a study you have saved, first go to the List where you have saved it. Once you have located the study, click the purple pencil icon under the Action column on the far right. You will see a drop-down space where you can write your notes.
You can organize the studies you’ve saved by title, year (ascending and descending chronological order), summary, library, category, list, or citation (alphabetical order). To do so, click the small up/down arrows in the yellow column headers.
To copy or move a study from one list to another, please use the following steps: 1. Select the study you want to copy or move. 2. Locate the Where to copy/move: option near the top right. 3. Select which list you would like to copy or move the selected study to from the drop-down menu. 4. Click the Copy or Move button.
When you find a study you want to add to a custom list, click on it to expand it. Then click the + icon found in the bottom left-hand corner. You will see a pop-up asking if you’d like to add the study to an existing list or a new custom list. To add the study to an existing list, simply check the box next to that list and click Submit. To add a custom list, type in the title you’d like the list to have and click Create. Now you can add your study to your custom list with the Submit button.
When you find a study you want to add to a Favorites list, click on it to expand it. Then click on the Favorites icon (the heart).
CNP currently does not offer membership upgrades. Once you pay for your membership, it will remain that membership option for the year. Once your membership expires, you are free to upgrade.
Once inside your account, click the arrow near your name in the upper right-hand corner. From this drop-down menu, click on Subscription. You will then see a Cancel Membership option in the bottom right. If you change your mind and would like to resubscribe, login to the CNP Library Membership home using your same credentials. You will then be prompted with an option to resubscribe.
Upon registration, you received a welcome email with a discount code. If you are unable to locate this email, please contact us and we will be happy to send you a new one.
We are adding new CNP Summaries every week, and are working hard to ensure that each research publication included in the libraries will have its own summary. If you would like to see a particular research category prioritized for summary addition, please notify us and we will do our best to accommodate your request. We apologize for any inconvenience.
If you are in your account, click the arrow near your name in the upper right-hand corner. From the drop-down menu, you will see an option to change your password.