This is the American Psychological Association (APA) Online Forum space. APA is a scientific and professional organization that represents psychology in the United States. With 150,000 members, APA is the largest association of psychologists worldwide. The following are the current online forums that members may join.
This blog is intended to encourage discussion of articles published in Archives of Scientific Psychology, the new open-methods, open-data, and open-access journal of the American Psychological Association. The journal spans the entire discipline of psychology, from neuroscience to political psychology, and all topics in between. We welcome your feedback.
The Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment Online Forum is intended to create and foster discussion between basic and clinical researchers and clinicians. Each issue of PD:TRT includes a Target Conceptual Article, Invited Commentaries, and an Author Response to the Commentaries. The goal of the Forum is to provide an opportunity for all members of the personality disorders community to contribute to the intellectual dialogue on the topics raised. We invite all of our readers to join in the conversation
PsycWIKI is intended to provide an opportunity for our users to improve research by sharing their knowledge on different topics. The first focus of PsycWIKI will be to help improve the content of PsycTESTS . You can help improve PsycTESTS by providing any additional information about the test records in the database, or suggesting tests or sources of tests we may not currently have in PsycTESTS. We invite all our users to join in the conversation!
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