Webinar Alert: APA PsycInfo Fall Webinars for Students & Faculty

Interested in strengthening your APA database searching skills? Join us for the next round of APA PsycInfo webinars designed for students, faculty, and anyone else who wants to learn more about how to search APA PsycInfo more effectively!

The 30-minute APA PsycInfo – Basic Search session includes live search demos and provides search tips and strategies to help you locate more relevant results in less time.

The 30-minute APA PsycInfo – Advanced Search session explores a few of the added-value fields in APA PsycInfo and using them to uncover much more than journal articles. Search demos will demonstrate how to identify what research is happening at which institutions; finding new journals in which to publish your work; information about tests used in related research; and potential funding opportunities for your project.

Search tips and strategies covered in both sessions are relevant to all search platforms — APA PsycNet®, EBSCOhost, Ovid, and ProQuest.

The sessions may be attended separately, but we encourage you to take both if you are interested!

You can register with GoTo Webinar for one of the following times:

These webinars are an ideal way for new users to become acquainted with PsycInfo or experienced users to get a refresher on APA PsycInfo if they have had a previous training session. Please help us spread the word to interested students and faculty!

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Webinar Alert: APA PsycInfo Fall Sessions for Librarians

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
  • identifying journals in which to publish new work
  • finding grants and sponsorships
  • locating tests and measures

You can register with GoTo Webinar for one of the following times:

  • Friday, September 17, 2:30 pm (Eastern Time)
  • Friday, November 19, 2:00 pm (Eastern Time)

Can’t join us at the times listed? View a recording on our YouTube channel whenever it’s convenient for you.

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New Special Issues Recently Added to APA PsycArticles

APA PsycArticles has been updated with summer’s new special issues featuring some of today’s most important topics, including the rise of gun violence in the US, the psychology of religion as it pertains to LGBTQ+, and an in-depth look at the intersection of race and child-father attachment. 

We will continue to keep you informed of special issues, newly-added research, and other relevant updates. Please keep your users up to date with the latest journal content available within your APA PsycArticles collection. 

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Search the APA Publishing Learning Commons for Answers

Do you have a question about using Academic Writer, an APA research database, or PsycLearn? Search for the answer in our APA Publishing Learning Commons!

Designed for students, educators, researchers, librarians, and other users of APA Publishing products, this self-service portal is a convenient place to find answers to frequent questions, including troubleshooting assistance. Continue reading

2021 E-Collections New Releases

The newest clinical titles in the APA Books® E-Collections include a groundbreaking guide for treating PTSD in first responders. Also available are a book with updates on Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), an approach that gives patients corrective emotional and relational experiences that mobilize changes in the brain.

New academic releases include a major ethics guide that is an invaluable aid to understanding and navigating the ethical challenges that confront new and seasoned researchers alike. Additionally, a book that examines anger in the work environment within individual and team contexts and a guide to multimethod psychological assessment of disordered thinking and perception have been added.

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