APS to Launch Clinical Science Journal

APS is excited to introduce a new addition to the APS journal family — Clinical Psychological Science (CPS). At the helm of this new journal is Founding Editor Alan E. Kazdin, John M. Musser Professor of Psychology and Child Psychiatry at Yale University and Director of the Yale Parenting Center. Kazdin is joined by a distinguished team of Associate Editors: Tyrone Cannon, Staglin Family Professor, Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, and Director, Staglin Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, University of California, Los Angeles; Emily A. Holmes, Professor of Clinical Psychology, EPaCT Team (Experimental Psychopathology and Cognitive Therapies), Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford; Jill M. Hooley, Professor, Department of Psychology, Harvard University; and Kenneth J. Sher, Curators’ Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Missouri. The journal’s editorial board also includes a large and diverse group of Consulting Editors.

Bringing together the top basic and applied research from a wide range of disciplines, such as psychiatry, neuroscience, and cognition (to name a few), with the goal of advancing and informing many facets of clinical psychological science, CPS will begin taking submissions in the spring of 2012 with plans to publish papers online soon after acceptance. The first full issue of the journal will be published January 2013. For more information, look for Alan Kazdin’s editorial in the March Observer. For more information, look for Alan Kazdin’s editorial in the March Observer, or go to http://www.psychologicalscience.org/index.php/publications/journals/clinical.

APS regularly opens certain online articles for discussion on our website. Effective February 2021, you must be a logged-in APS member to post comments. By posting a comment, you agree to our Community Guidelines and the display of your profile information, including your name and affiliation. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations present in article comments are those of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the views of APS or the article’s author. For more information, please see our Community Guidelines.

Please login with your APS account to comment.