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CRD reviews over 50 journals each month and highlights the most relevant articles in this 6-page monthly newsletter.
The mission of this journal is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and ideas regarding the field of consultation to the community of psychologists and others interested in consultation.
Ethnosociocultural factors, including age, ethnicity, gender, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, language, religion, and political and social ideology, can have a significant impact on the process and outcome of mental health treatment. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Pscychology provides psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, counselors, and other mental health professionals with the knowledge base and therapeutic tools to effectively assess and treat clients from diverse backgrounds.
Developmental Psychology publishes articles that advance knowledge and theory about human development across the life span. Although most papers address directly the issues of human development, studies of other species are appropriate if they have important implications for human development. The journal includes significant empirical contributions to the study of growth and development and, occasionally, scholarly reviews, theoretical articles, and social policy papers.
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice publishes original empirical articles, theoretical analyses, literature reviews, and brief reports dealing with basic and applied topics in the field of group research and application.
The Journal of Counseling Psychology publishes empirical research in the areas of (a) counseling activities (including assessment, interventions, consultation, supervision, training, prevention, and psychological education), (b) career development, (c) diversity and underrepresented populations in relation to counseling activities, (d) the development of new measures to be used in counseling activites, and (e) professional issues in counseling psychology.
The Journal of Family Psychology is devoted to the study of the family system from multiple perspectives and to the application of psychological methods of inquiry to that end.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice publishes articles on the application of psychology, including the scientific underpinnings of the profession of psychology. Articles that present assessment, treatment, and practice implications are encouraged.
Psychoanalytic Psychology is the second largest psychoanalytic journal in the United States and the third largest psychoanalytic journal in the English language. It is the only psychoanalytic journal published by the American Psychological Association. Psychoanalytic psychology is defined broadly so that empirical studies, clinical, and theoretical papers are represented in the journal from a wide spectrum of theoretical orientations.
Psychological Assessment publishes mainly empirical articles concerning clinical assessment. Papers that fall within the domain of the journal include research on the development, validation, application, and evaluation of psychological assessment instruments.
Psychology and Aging publishes original articles on adult development and aging. Such original articles include reports of research that may be applied, biobehavioral, clinical, educational, experimental (laboratory, field, or naturalistic studies), methodological, or psychosocial.
The Psychology of Addictive Behaviors publishes peer-reviewed original articles related to the psychological aspects of addictive behaviors. Articles on the following topics are included: (a) alcohol and alcoholism, (b) drug use and abuse, (c) eating disorders, (d) smoking and nicotine addiction, and (e) other compulsive behaviors (e.g., gambling).