Members can subscribe to APS journals in two ways:
For general enquiries regarding subscription rates for persons other than APS members, publication or manuscript submissions, please contact the following:
Australian Psychologist, Australian Journal of Psychology and Clinical Psychologist
Please contact Wiley Blackwell (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit the following web pages:
Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist and Australian and New Zealand Journal of Organisational Psychology
Please contact Cambridge University Press (+44 (0)1223 326070 or email email@example.com) or visit the following website pages:
Australian Journal of Counselling Psychology
Please contact the Science and Education team of the APS (firstname.lastname@example.org).
It is the policy of the Australian Psychological Society to own the copyright to its publications, and to the contributions contained therein, in order to protect the interests of the Society and its authors, and at the same time to facilitate the appropriate reuse of this material by others.
Therefore upon acceptance of their manuscript for publication by the Society, authors will be sent a copyright transfer form to fill out and return to the Editor. Publication of the manuscript will be contingent upon receipt of the completed copyright transfer form.
Publications of the Society are distributed to various other publications for review and abstracting purposes. In addition, the Society has contractual agreements with various secondary publishers for the republication, in hard copy, microfilm or digital form, of individual articles and journal issues as a whole.
It is the Society's position that the abstracts that are published with its journal articles are indicative of and not a substitute for, the work as a whole; therefore, access services are allowed free use of these abstracts without securing the permission of the Society.
Enquiries about policy and procedures relating to permission to reproduce material published in the journal should be directed to the Australian Psychological Society.