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.
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.
Editor-in-Chief: Arthur M. Nezu, PhD, DHL, ABPP ISSN: 0969-5893 eISSN: 1468-2850
APA is pleased to announce the addition of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice (CP:SP) to APA PsycArticles® beginning with volume 28, Issue 1 in January 2021. CP:SP is currently published by Wiley and will transition to APA in 2021. All back issues will be fully available on APA PsycArticles.
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