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APS members get exclusive access to the logging tool to monitor and record accrued CPD hours.

2018 APS Congress

The 2018 APS Congress will be held in Sydney from Thursday 27 to Sunday 30 September 2018

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ProQuest databases

  • Go to your membership dashboard to access ProQuest and/or to upgrade to ProQuest Premium.
  • Once on your dashboard, go to 'Your membership'​ and click on 'Journals and databases'.
  • Please note that we are in the process of improving access to ProQuest.

ProQuest Standard

ProQuest PremiumAll members have access to ProQuest Standard, the ProQuest Psychology Journals. This database provides full-text access to one of the largest online psychological literature databases, comprising over 750 international journals. The journals include a broad range of topics across the discipline and profession of psychology and related fields.


ProQuest Premium

ProQuest PremiumFor $25 per year, members can upgrade to ProQuest Premium, and access MEDLINE databases as well as the ProQuest Psychology Journals database. The MEDLINE database includes full-text access to journals covering all major clinical and healthcare disciplines. MEDLINE is the journal citation database of the United States National Library of Medicine, providing over 21 million references to biomedical and life sciences journal articles and citations from over 5,600 scholarly journals published around the world.

Create a ‘My Research’ Account

Members can search across either or both ProQuest databases. You are encouraged to set up a ‘My Research’ account within ProQuest to benefit from research and journal alerts, emailed table of contents and saved search histories. These facilities enable you to keep informed of the latest research and contribute to your continued professional development. In addition, you can use the Help facility for guidance.

To create ‘My Research’ account, please log into the APS website and select the yellow ‘Access databases’ button on the left, beneath ProQuest logo. Select ‘My Research and Language Selection’ (the person icon menu) from the top right and then ‘Sign into My Research’. You will then be provided with the option to create a “My Research” account or to sign in as an existing user.

Read more about the benefits of a ‘My Research’ account.

Feedback and assistance

Please contact the National Office, Science and Education Team on science@psychology.org.au, or (03) 8662 3300.