The APS produces a range of publications and products for members:
All APS members receive InPsych, the Society's bi-monthly magazine containing news, features, profiles and discussions of interest to psychologists from a broad range of fields.
It also carries news of forthcoming events and projects. Members are encouraged to make suggestions and offer feedback to the production editor. Many non-members also subscribe to the publication. Find out more: InPsych.
Members receive Psych News, a newsletter produced in their state or territory by local members. They contain news from APS Branches, as well as national issues, registration and professional issues. Many Interest Groups also publish newsletters regularly.
Find out more: State Newsletters.
EBSCO Host: Free online access to the Psychology and Behavioural Sciences Collection database
Online access to one of the world’s largest psychology literature databases, offering full-text access to more than 550 international journals, keyword search facilities and customised email alert.
Find out more: EBSCO Host
The 'Australian Journal of Psychology' is a highly respected source of topical scientific and research articles. This APS publication covers a variety of subjects and includes book reviews. Members are offered a free subscription to the Journal, or can choose to receive both this publication and the ‘Australian Psychologist’ (see below) at heavily discounted rates. Find out more: Australian Journal of Psychology.
The 'Australian Psychologist' is an APS journal that is recognised for publishing material of applied and professional interest to psychologists. Members are offered a free subscription, or can choose to receive it and the ‘Australian Journal of Psychology’ (see above) at heavily discounted rates. Find out more: Australian Psychologist.
Members receive a fortnightly email bulletin highlighting the latest news and information from the APS. The email provides links directly to items of interest, saving time and effort for members.
If you do not receive APS Matters and would like to do so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and membership number.
Members are offered discounted subscriptions to all journals of The British Psychological Society. More information
Wiley offers APS members 25% discount on its books. This includes textbooks, reference books and a range of other non-fiction titles including the 'For Dummies' series. Find out more
The Combined Abstracts of Australian Psychology Conferences booklet is an annual publication of abstracts from major Australian psychology conferences.
The APS and individual conference organisers produce the booklet to inform academics and practitioners about current innovative and topical psychological research.
Delegates at the APS annual conference receive a free copy and it is also available as a supplement in the Australian Journal of Psychology.
The APS sells books written by Australian psychologists for Australian psychologists and published under the label APS Imprint Books. This offers members the opportunity to publish with small print runs. Find out more: APS Shop.
APS Position Statements and Review Papers explore and review research on contemporary social issues, such as euthanasia and gambling.
Papers are produced under the auspices of the Manager of Psychology in the Public Interest. View Position Statements and Review Papers.