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Researchers and practitioners can now access with ease APA’s reknowned grey-literature database – PsycEXTRA® from ProQuest -- all in one place.

Like other American Psychological Association (APA) products available on the user-friendly ProQuest platform, it’s easier than ever before to access a wealth of information:

  • Conference materials 
  • Newsletters
  • Technical, annual and government reports
  • Magazines
  • Consumer brochure/fact sheets
  • Multimedia
  • Journal records
  • Monographs

Your ProQuest representative is able to offer more information and help you subscribe -- just ask!


ALSO NEW from ProQuest – Psychology video content in ProQuest Psychology Journals. 

30 Sep 2013 | Posted by Shannon Janeczek

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