Google vs PsycInfo

Our team’s analogy for Google vs. PsycInfo is convenient fast-food against healthy raw ingredients. Going to 7/11 or McDonalds for something to eat is easy and satisfying, just like Google, but a lot of it is junk. Using PsycInfo is like shopping at an organic grocery store; it will take some time and effort to construct your dish, but in the end, you will have a better result.

Who is sharing this comic? Author?: Balancing Basilisks
Image Alt Text - Say what can be seen: left side (GOOGLE): a bag of chips, a fountain drink, and a candy bar; right side (PSYCINFO): an apple, some vegetables, and organic oats.

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    Google is like fast-food or pre-made food that come in packages that are tailored for general publics. It highlights most people’s interests and contains some unrelated information. PsycInfo on the other hand let researchers pick out necessary information according to individual’s own way of thinking and arrangements.

  2. Abigail Eiden Vinas

    What a wonderful way of differentiating Google & PsycInfo. The drawing is very clear and good too.

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