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CPA Journals

The Canadian Psychological Association is partnering with the American Psychological Association to publish the following three journals: Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, and Canadian Psychology.

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CPA Journal News and Announcements

  • NEW Call for Papers for Special Issue in the Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology
    Theme of the Special Issue: Comparative Cognition & Cognitive Ecology: Unifying psychological and biological approaches to understanding animal cognition
    Researchers with an interest in issues relevant to Comparative Psychology & Cognitive Ecology are invited to submit an expression of interest in the form of a proposed title and short abstract by 01 July 2019, via email to the Guest Editors: Lauren Guillette and Chris Sturdy.
    Click here for more information.
  • Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science 2018 Best Article of the Year Award Winner
    Debora D’Iuso, Keith S. Dobson, Leah Beaulieu, and Martin Drapeau (2018). Coping and Interpersonal Functioning in Depression, Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science (Vol. 50, No. 4, 248-255).
  • Canadian Psychology 2018 Best Article of the Year Award Winner
    Green, C. D., Abbas, S., Belliveau, A., Beribsky, N., Davidson, I. J., DiGiovanni, J., Heidari, C., Martin, S. M., Oosenbrug, E. and Wainewright, L. M. (2018). What Proportion of CPA Journal Articles Contain Errors in the Reporting of p-Values? Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne, 59(3), 203-210. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/cap0000139
    Congratulations Christopher Green and co-authors!
  • Congratulations to Heath Matheson, winner of the CJEP 2018 Best Paper Award – Embodied object concepts: The contribution of structural and functional manipulability depends on available visual information (December Issue, Pages 229-243)
    Matheson, Heath E.; Salmon, Josh P.; Tougas, Michelle; McMullen, Patricia A.

 


 

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