American Psychologist

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American Psychologist
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Edited byAnne E. Kazak, PhD, ABPP
Publication details
6.54 (2019)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Am. Psychol.
ISSN0003-066X (print)
1935-990X (web)
OCLC no.1435230

American Psychologist is the official peer-reviewed academic journal of the American Psychological Association. The journal publishes timely high-impact articles of broad interest. Papers include empirical reports and scholarly reviews covering science, practice, education, and policy.[1] Current editor-in-chief is Anne E. Kazak, PhD, ABPP.[2]

Abstracting and indexing[edit]

According to its website, the journal's 2018 impact factor is 5.094.

Special issues[edit]

The journal has published various special issues on relevant topics in the field of psychology, including those with national and international policy implications. Some recent special issues include:[3]

  • Racial Trauma: Theory, Research, and Healing (February–March 2019)
  • The Science of Teamwork (May–June 2018)
  • New Directions in Developmental Science With You Experiencing Marginalization (September 2018)
  • Psychology of Terrorism (April 2017)
  • Close Family Relationships and Health (September 2017)
  • Diabetes and Psychology (October 2016)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Kazak, A.E. (2016). "Opening Editorial 2016: Changes in scope and structure". American Psychologist. 71 (1): 1–2. doi:10.1037/a0039995. PMID 26766761.
  2. ^ American Psychological Association. (2015, September 8).  Anne E. Kazak, PhD, ABPP, named editor-In-chief of American Psychologist [Press release]. Retrieved from
  3. ^ "American Psychologist". American Psychological Association. Retrieved 2019-02-12.

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