In April, May and June 2015, APA added 10 new APA books and 51 landmark titles in psychology to PsycBOOKS. Past monthly update lists are available online. You can also view a list of sample titles or a full coverage list.
Bibliographic records are available through your PsycBOOKS vendor. You may also download RDA records directly from APA by following the instructions in the APA PsycNET Administrator Help Menu. Continue reading
As we hope most of you have discovered by now, APA’s training team provides a wide range of training options on an ongoing basis. The advanced training webinars are presented live throughout the year. A recorded version of those sessions is also available. If you are unable to attend, want to share a session with colleagues, or find that the schedule doesn’t work for your time zone, please check out the recorded sessions available on APA PsycNET, EBSCOhost, OvidSP, and ProQuest.
One of our most frequently asked questions is one of the simplest to answer. The question? Are all the journals in PsycARTICLES® also indexed in PsycINFO®?
The answer is yes! All of the PsycARTICLES records are also in PsycINFO. That includes APA journals back to the first issue of publication (except for Rehabilitation Psychology, for which we begin coverage in 1972 at Volume 19), as well as records for the APA Educational Publishing Foundation, the Canadian Psychological Association, and Hogrefe Publishing Group, which also go back to the first issue in most cases.
Not only will you find the PsycARTICLES records in PsycINFO, you’ll also find records for all the content in PsycBOOKS® and PsycCRITIQUES®.
APA staff are constantly working behind the scenes to update APA PsycNET. In late April, we released two new features, and we wanted to quickly highlight them in case you haven’t noticed yet. Continue reading
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