Remember that while these databases will let you limit your search to Peer-Reviewed/Scholarly/Academic Journals, they don't let you limit to specifically *EMPIRICAL* articles - you'll have to use the tips you learned from the Empirical Research tutorial to discern for yourself whether an article is empirical or not. And always remember you can ask your instructor or your librarian for help as well. :-)
1: Look for a "Full-Text" or "PDF" link that will take you directly to the article. If yes, great. If not, go to #2.
2: Look for the FINDIT @ GSU button. Click on it. If the journal title shows up, click the link to see what the online availability is. If not, go to #3.
3: If you see the "Sorry, no electronic full text is available" message, click the link below it that says "We may have a copy in print." If yes, go to the library to copy the article. If we do not have it in print, go to #4.
4: Request the article you need through interlibrary loan - typically arrive within 1 day, so definitely worth trying!
^^^^^ The Library has many more databases than these! To find other databases to search, check out our A-Z list, other research guides related to your topic, or consult with Mandy about what might be best to search for your topic.