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Whether your institution is operating under a virtual, hybrid, or in-person format, our goal is to help you support educators, students, and researchers in finding critical research. In this post, we’ll highlight new journal content available in your library’s collection, as well as new initiatives from the APA to share with your users.
Arthur M. Nezu, Distinguished University Professor of Psychology at Drexel University, and Editor-in-Chief of CP:SP seeks to provide readers with multiple perspectives of areas in clinical psychology.
Dr. Nezu joined us for an exclusive interview to detail his vision for the journal, explain what sets this publication apart from other journals in the field, and provide advice to students and early-career researchers.
To aid the discovery of this critical research, we have curated a collection of articles on these rapidly evolving topics to support your institution’s psychology curriculum. Journal articles on COVID-19 and Race, Trauma, and Social Injustice have been made temporarily freely available. As an institutional subscriber, you ensure your users have continued access to this essential content.
We will continue to keep you informed of special issues, newly published research, and commentaries. Please keep your users up to date with the latest journal content available within your APA PsycArticles® subscription.
We are pleased to announce the addition of Psychological Test Adaptation and Development (PTAD) to APA PsycArticles®. PTAD, the official open-access journal of the European Association of Psychological Assessment, is the first open-access, peer-reviewed journal publishing papers on adaptations of tests to specific cultural needs, test translations, and the development of existing measures. The journal will focus on the empirical testing of the psychometric quality of these measures.
PTAD is published by the Hogrefe Publishing Group, and its content is now available in APA PsycArticles. APA PsycArticles is the only collection with 119 journals from the APA, the Hogrefe Publishing Group, the Canadian Psychological Association, and more of the leading publishers in psychology.