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.
Intended for users who want to become familiar with APA PsycTests®, this post is the second in a short series — with more to come! For an overview of content basics and how to begin searching APA PsycTests, we recommend reading the first post: What is APA PsycTests, and How Can It Help Me?
You’ve found a test in the APA PsycTests database that you’d like to use in your research and are maybe wondering, “Now what?”
The FAQ below explains how to use the APA PsycTests database record (“test record”) to find important information and related clues to help identify your next steps. The test record includes two separate but related tabs: Test Profile and Source Citations.
The Test Profile tab displays the subset of fields used to describe the test (note that not all fields will appear for every test).
The Source Citations tab displays reference information for research related to the test, including any available links to the publication sources.
It’s Tutorial Thursday! In this series, we explore APA’s library of video tutorials available on the APA Publishing Training YouTube channel. Please feel free to link to or embed our videos in your library websites or LibGuides, course management systems, or other locations where students, faculty, and researchers will find them.
In this video you’ll learn how to use APA PsycNet Direct to purchase single journal articles and book chapters that are published by APA. First, we’ll describe the two ways APA PsycNet Direct provides you with immediate access to APA databases and content. Then, we’ll walk through how to purchase single journal articles and book chapters. This video is for researchers who do not have access to APA databases or content through a university or institution.
By the end of this video you will be able to: ● Describe the two PsycNet Direct options available for accessing APA databases and content ● Purchase single journal articles and book chapters using APA PsycNet
The revised APA PsycTherapy® Teaching Guide was developed to provide insight into the content and features of the recently relaunched APA PsycTherapy. Faculty can harvest ideas on how to teach and train students on over 100 therapeutic approaches covering over 200 topics including addiction recovery, grief, life satisfaction, and more.