APA Journals Pro




    When you’re on the go, APA Journals Pro is your trusted source for the most authoritative collection of peer-reviewed journals in the psychological sciences. Developed by the American Psychological Association (APA), APA Journals Pro is a searchable database that brings you content from a variety of journals, ranging from the most recent publications to archived content back to 1894. APA Journals Pro allows you to download full text articles to your mobile device using your individual access to journals or the PsycARTICLES database (Note: for institutional full text access, your institution must have access to PsycARTICLES through APA PsycNET).

    With more than 162,000 full-text articles and counting, APA Journals Pro contains content from APA published journals, the Canadian Psychological Association, and English-language journals from Hogrefe Publishing Group. Follow your favorite journals, receive new content notifications, bookmark and add notes to your key articles, and share content with peers with APA Journals Pro.

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