Australian Psychological Society
New Partnership with Taylor & Francis for 2021
We are delighted to announce that we will be partnering with the Australian Psychological Society (APS) from 2021, publishing four of the Society's prestigious journal titles.
APS is the peak body for psychologists in Australia and represents over 25,000 members. The Society advocates for the profession of psychology, supporting high standards and promoting community wellbeing.
Find out more about the APS journals
Australian Journal of Psychology
The Australian Journal of Psychology is the flagship publication of the Australian Psychological Society aimed at researchers in the field of psychological science. It is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes empirical research across the full range of pure and applied topics in psychological science.
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The Australian Psychologist is the flagship journal of the Australian Psychological Society for practicing professional psychologists. It is an international peer-reviewed journal which focuses on current issues in the science and practice of psychology, and how this applies to professional practice and public policy, with an emphasis on mental health and wellbeing.
The Clinical Psychologist is the official journal of the Australian Psychological Society’s College of Clinical Psychologists. It is an international peer-reviewed journal which bridges the gap between clinical research and evidence-based practice. It publishes topics of broad general relevance to clinical psychologists working in clinical and clinical health settings around the world.
Educational and Developmental Psychologist
The Educational and Developmental Psychologist is the official journal of the Australian Psychological Society’s College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists. The Educational and Developmental Psychologist publishes peer-reviewed research within the field of educational and developmental psychology and its applications to a range of populations, contexts, and settings.
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