Enjoy a range of publications and journals which keep you abreast of important developments in psychology.
From latest research to professional guidance and developments in regulations and registration, the APS is your unrivalled source of timely, accurate expert advice on the issues that matter to psychology professionals.
InPsych is our flagship publication and is essential reading for psychologists.
InPsych delivers the latest news and developments across psychology, including regulatory requirements, research and member news and events. It's full of expert insights and critical alerts that will keep you up to date as a professional psychologist.
InPsych is delivered to you six times a year and distributed nationwide to all members, universities and major libraries.
Members receive a fortnightly email update covering breaking news in psychology and latest activities from the APS.
Learn more about APS advocacy, training and events. Read the latest news in the sector, such as changes to Government funding or plans for psychology education, as they are being unveiled.
The APS publishes a number of peer-reviewed scholarly journals which inform members and a broader international readership about current research and developments, innovation and policy issues affecting psychologists and the profession.
The five journals share a commitment to robust peer-review and the publication of high-quality and relevant content.
- Australian Journal of Psychology (AJP) is the premier scientific journal of the APS covering the broad scope of the discipline.
- Australian Psychologist (AP) is the official applied practice and public policy journal of the APS.
- Clinical Psychologist (CP) publishes articles on topics of relevance to clinical psychologists working in clinical and health settings.
- The Australian Community Psychologist (ACP) is of relevance to community psychology practitioners and researchers and others interested in the field.
- The Educational and Developmental Psychologist (EDP) contributes to the knowledge and practice of educational and developmental psychology by disseminating the latest evidence to researchers, practitioners and students.
- The Australasian Journal of Organisational Psychology(AJOP) covers the research and practice of the diverse field of organisational psychology, including industrial, work, occupational, personnel and managerial psychology, human resource management, coaching, ergonomics and consumer psychology.
ProQuest psychology databases
Members enjoy free online access to ProQuest Psychology Journals and MEDLINE online literature databases. Combined, these databases provide members with access to thousands of international journals, covering the broad discipline of psychology, as well as the major clinical and healthcare disciplines.