New Premium Service for Researchers
You continue to support researcher success by maintaining your institution’s access to APA PsycInfo®. We’ve introduced an exclusive new service to help researchers discover the latest scientific literature, including content outside of APA PsycInfo such as preprints, dissertations, and conference information related to the topics of their choice. As users engage with the content, the service will adapt to their preferences, resulting in a bespoke experience tailored to their specific research interests. With this new service, we are pleased to continue to APA PsycInfo’s legacy of delivering trusted and reliable results.
Resources to Support Your Institution’s Psychology Program
Whether your institution is offering courses online, in-person, or a hybrid environment, we want to continue to support your institution’s psychology program. To aid the discovery of critical research, we have curated a collection of resources to support your subscription to APA PsycInfo. Please share these assets with your community to enhance your users’ proficiency of searching this powerful database.
- Classification Code System [PDF]
- Search Guides
- Topic Guides
- Journal Coverage List
- APA Publishing Training YouTube channel
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Enhanced Discovery with New and Updated Thesaurus Terms
The July 2020 update to the Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms® provides up-to-date vocabulary for current and emerging topics, including COVID-19; public health; and racial and social injustice.
Share the updated terms with your students, faculty, and researchers to assist with improved facilitation of information discovery and retrieval.