Call for Papers: Gender Diversity Issues
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice® will feature a special issue related to practice with transgender clients (broadly defined to include those identifying as "gender fluid," "non-binary gender," or other related self-styled names).
We invite articles on all aspects of professional psychology work with clients with diverse or minority gender identities. We seek articles addressing psychological issues and interventions at the individual, family, community, and societal level, including health issues and obstacles to care for a special section of the journal.
We are particularly interested in quantitative and qualitative empirical studies, comprehensive literature reviews, conceptual pieces, and program and therapy outcome studies, although descriptions of innovative programs or interventions may be considered.
Submit manuscripts through the Journal's electronic portal.
Please note in your cover letter that you are submitting for this special issue and send in attention to Kathi A. Borden, PhD, Associate Editor.
Other Professional Psychology Calls for Papers
Call for Papers: Ethical, Regulatory, and Practical Issues in Telepractice
This page provides details about a call for papers from the APA journal Professional Psychology: Research and Practice® for a special issue on ethical, regulatory, and practical issues in telepractice. The editors especially welcome manuscripts ranging from the empirical examination of the broad topic related to telepractice to those manuscripts that focus on a particular subset of issues associated with telepractice.
Call for Papers: Psychological Responses to Challenges Faced by Military Personnel and Their Families
This page provides details about a call for papers from the APA journal Professional Psychology for a special issue on psychological responses to challenges faced by military personnel and their families.
Other Calls for Papers
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