A key aspect of the APS mission as a learned society is to advocate for high standards of education and practice, and to promote the scientific nature of the psychology discipline. In 2011 the APS has introduced a number of new membership benefits that aim to facilitate evidence-based practice and support members' continuing professional development.
The APS has contracted an arrangement to provide APS members with online access to one of the world's largest psychology literature databases, offering full-text access to more than 550 international journals, keyword search facilities and customised email alerts.
The flagship APS journals now have greater accessibility and appeal, with a new editorial team, an increased focus on the practical implications of published articles, a revitalised design and a clearer page layout.
APS members can access significantly reduced subscription rates for the full program of BPS titles - British Journal of Psychology, British Journal of Social Psychology, British Journal of Clinical Psychology, British Journal of Health Psychology, Legal and Criminological Psychology, British Journal of Developmental Psychology, British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, British Journal of Educational Psychology, Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology, Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, and Journal of Neuropsychology.
APS members can access a 25 per cent discount on thousands of titles from Wiley's extensive psychology list, as well as titles from their general catalogue. Wiley is one of the foremost publishers serving the world's research and scholarly communities.