The remaining 2020 E-Collection titles are diverse in subject matter and include topics about the management of research data, how the brain processes humor, best practices for the clinical treatment of PTSD, and early childhood education intervention.
These new e-books will enable your users to develop research design and methods, learn best practices for working with individuals affected by PTSD, and assess patients for substance use referral and treatment.
Welcome to “From the Deck of . . .” a series in which we highlight search demos and other information from the slide decks we create for our live training sessions. You can view and download these materials from the APA Publishing Training SlideShare account.
At the Medical Library Association’s Annual Meeting earlier this month, APA presented a virtual exhibitor seminar. This session:
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.
Our Beyond Subject Searching webinar is designed for librarians and other expert users of APA PsycInfo. If you’re looking to expand your search skills, or just need an APA Databases refresher, we hope you’ll join us!
This 45-minute session includes a behind the scenes look at the APA PsycInfo record structure and a live search demo that shows how use APA Databases for more than just locating articles.
Search examples include:
seeing the types of research being done at a particular institution
The July and August releases cover subjects related to research and therapies for diversity and social justice issues, patients living with chronic disease, early childhood education intervention, cognitive neuroscience, and clinical guidelines for the treatment of PTSD.
The new releases featured below include books aimed to help students, faculty, and researchers in their studies related to PTSD, trauma, trauma recovery, and alternative treatments of PTSD. Please share this list along with any complimentary titles or resources available through your library.