Meet the Editor-in-Chief of CP:SP, an upcoming addition to APA PsycArticles

We are excited to add Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice (CP:SP) to the collection of journals available through APA PsycArticles, starting January 2021.

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.

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The latest psychological research on COVID-19 and the racism pandemics available in APA PsycArticles

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.

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APA PsycArticles to add Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice to its portfolio of journals

Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice coming soon to APA PsycArticles®

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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American Psychologist: Special Issue on Undergraduate Education

Cover of a special issue of American Psychologist.The official peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the American Psychological Association, American Psychologist publishes current and timely high-impact papers of broad interest, including empirical reports, meta-analyses, and scholarly reviews covering science, practice, education, and policy. Contributions often address national and international policy issues.

Earlier this year, APA published a special issue of American Psychologist: “Undergraduate Education in Psychology: Current Status and Future Directions.” The issue, edited by guest editors John C. Norcross, PhD, ABPP, and Robin Hailstorks, PhD, takes an in-depth look at emergent trends in psychology undergraduate education and offers new guidelines for educators and students. The articles featured in this special issue are:

  • Undergraduate Study in Psychology: Curriculum and Assessment
  • Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major: Version 2.0
  • Strengthening Introductory Psychology: A New Model for Teaching the Introductory Course
  • The New Medical College Admission Test: Implications for Teaching Psychology
  • Internationalizing Undergraduate Psychology Education: Trends, Techniques, and Technologies

Special issues of American Psychologist and those of other APA journals are included with print and electronic subscriptions. Journal special issues can also be purchased separately on the APA website. PsycARTICLES® users on APA PsycNET® (including individual subscribers to the APA PsycNET Gold, Gold Plus, and Platinum access packages), EBSCOhost, Ovid and ProQuest can review special issues by browsing PsycARTICLES or by performing a title search for the journal.

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