An essential database of full-text, peer-reviewed articles published by the APA and affiliated journals.

Overview

APA PsycArticles is a must-have for any core collection in the social and behavioral sciences providing access to 119 journals, including our flagship publication, American Psychologist®.

APA’s definitive standards for writing and publishing psychological research enables authors to deliver rigorously vetted content that meets the highest standards of quality. The citation footprint of APA’s journals (PDF, 74KB) is more than double our article output, demonstrating our commitment and focus on editorial excellence.

The database is updated bi-weekly, ensuring your patrons are connected to highly-cited articles revealing the latest psychological findings. An APA PsycArticles subscription will help your institution support student and researcher success by providing authoritative journal content from the leading publisher in the field.

Institutional trial

Evaluate this resource free for 30 days to determine if it meets your library's research needs.

Access options

Select from individual subscriptions or institutional licenses on your platform of choice.

Training

Find webinars, tutorials, and guides to help promote your library’s subscription.

Key benefits of APA PsycArticles


APA PsycArticles Download and share this flyer (PDF, 496KB) for more information on coverage from the full spectrum of psychology and allied fields and learn about features including Journal Snapshots, Journal Browse, and annotation capabilities.

Learn what's new

Woman working on a laptop at a desk

Thesaurus updates

New and updated index terms were added to APA’s Thesaurus to enhance targeted discovery.

Woman on a laptop and with a book at a desk in a library doing research

Discover highly-cited psychology research

Our citations are more than double our article output.

Product guide

More about APA PsycArticles

APA Databases

COVID-19 Resources

Keeping your distance to stay safe

With the number of COVID-19 cases increasing every day, psychologists offer insights on how to separate yourself from others, while still getting the social support you need.

Resources

APA Publishing Blog

The blog is your source for training materials and information about APA’s databases and electronic resources. Stay up-to-date on training sessions, new features and content, and resources to support your subscription.

Follow blog

Stay connected

Twitter icon    Facebook icon    linkedin-icon-black    YouTube icon