Professional Psychology: Research and Practice®
• Expanding care
Ronald T. Brown is focused on publishing research that could increase access to mental health treatments (from Monitor on Psychology, December 2011)
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. Both data-based and theoretical articles on techniques and practices used in the application of psychology are acceptable.
Specifically, this journal is an appropriate outlet for articles on
- state-of-the-art literature reviews of clinical research on specific high-incidence disorders specifically written so as to draw out the implications for assessment and/or treatment
- research and theory on public policy as it affects the practice of psychology
- current advances in applications from such fields as health psychology, community psychology, psychology of women, clinical neuropsychology, family psychology, psychology of ethnicity and culture, forensic psychology, and other areas
- standards of professional practice and delivery of services in a variety of contexts—industries, institutions, and other organizations
- research and theory as they concern the interests of those in the practice of psychology
The journal also publishes brief reports on research or practice in professional psychology.
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