Australian Psychologist

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Edited By: Nikolaos Kazantzis, PhD

Impact Factor: 0.93

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 64/126 (Psychology Multidisciplinary)

Online ISSN: 1742-9544

Associated Title(s): Australian Journal of Psychology, Clinical Psychologist

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Towards the DSM-5 Criteria for Autism: Clinical, Cultural, and Research Implications
Giacomo Vivanti, Kristelle Hudry, David Trembath, Josephine Barbaro, Amanda Richdale and Cheryl Dissanayake

The Emphasis on Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy within Clinical Psychology Training at Australian and New Zealand Universities: A Survey of Program Directors
Nikolaos Kazantzis and Margo Munro

Percentile Norms and Accompanying Interval Estimates from an Australian General Adult Population Sample for Self-Report Mood Scales (BAI, BDI, CRSD, CES-D, DASS, DASS-21, STAI-X, STAI-Y, SRDS, and SRAS)
John Crawford, Carol Cayley, Peter F Lovibond, Peter H Wilson and Caroline Hartley

A Forensic Examination of Court Reports
Jane Goodman-Delahunty and Mandeep K Dhami

Creating Ethical Guidelines for Forensic Psychology
Donald Thomson

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Percentile Norms and Accompanying Interval Estimates from an Australian General Adult Population Sample for Self-Report Mood Scales (BAI, BDI, CRSD, CES-D, DASS, DASS-21, STAI-X, STAI-Y, SRDS, and SRAS)
John Crawford, Carol Cayley, Peter F Lovibond, Peter H Wilson and Caroline Hartley

How to Cook Rice: A Review of Ingredients for Teaching anti-Prejudice
Anne Pedersen, Iain Walker, Yin Paradies and Bernard Guerin

Psychological distress in university students: A comparison with general population data
Helen M. Stallman

Childhood trauma and psychosis: Review of the evidence and directions for psychological interventions
Sarah Bendall, Henry J. Jackson and Carol A. Hulbert

Carers of adults with mental illness: Comparison of respite care users and non-users
Claudia Jardim and Kenneth Pakenham

Australian Journal of Psychology special issue on forensic psychology in Australia

This collection of articles by eminent Australian psychologists, in conjunction with the APS journals' virtual issue on Australian Forensic Psychology published in 2011, helps to delineate some of the many areas of practice that require the specialist skills and competencies of forensic psychology.

Introduction to the special issue
Andrew Day, Michael Daffern, Greg Dear and Astrid Birgden

Preventing Youth Sexual Violence and Abuse: Problems and Solutions in the Australian Context
Stephen Smallbone and Susan Rayment-McHugh

Establishing the United Nations' Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as the Minimum Standard for All Forensic Practice with Australian Indigenous Peoples
Christine Gillies

Creating Ethical Guidelines for Forensic Psychology
Donald Thomson

A Forensic Examination of Court Reports
Jane Goodman-Delahunty and Mandeep K Dhami

Pragmatism and Precision: Psychology in the Service of Civil Litigation
Steve Morgan and Gavan Palk

Ethics in Correctional and Forensic Psychology: Getting the Balance Right
Alfred Allan

Policing Services With Mentally Ill People: Developing Greater Understanding and Best Practice
James RP Ogloff, Stuart DM Thomas, Stefan Luebbers, Gennady Baksheev, Irina Elliott, Joel Godfredson, Dragana Kesic, Tamsin Short, Trish Martin, Lisa Warren, Jonathan Clough, Paul E Mullen, Catherine Wilkins, Ashley Dickinson, Leanne Sargent, Eva Perez, David Ballek and Emma Moore

Does Coerced Treatment of Substance-Using Offenders Lead to Improvements in Substance Use and Recidivism? A Review of the Treatment Efficacy Literature
David A Bright and Kristy A Martire

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Australian Psychologist is the official applied practice and public policy journal of the Australian Psychological Society. As such, the journal solicits articles covering current issues in psychology, the science and practice of psychology, and psychology’s contribution to public policy, with particular emphasis on the Australian context.

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