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Clinical practice guidelines
Clinical Psychologist is now publishing clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) in each issue. CPGs are no longer than 750 words in length and are written by three expert clinical psychologists. You can read the first CPGs online now:
Tracey Wade, Susan Byrne and Stephen Touyz
Michelle L. Moulds, Aliza Werner-Seidler and Tim Dalgleish
Lisa Phillips, John Gleeson and Eoin Killackey
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The latest special issue of Clinical Psychologist looks at anxiety disorders. You can read the whole issue online now:
A review of metacognition in psychological models of obsessive–compulsive disorder
Clare S. Rees and Rebecca A. Anderson
The induction of mental and contact contamination
Michelle Lee, Roz Shafran, Charlotte Burgess, Jodi Carpenter, Emma Millard and Susan Thorpe
Meaning and mental contamination: Focus on appraisals
Corinna M. Elliott and Adam S. Radomsky
Brief report: The relationship between post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and overgeneral autobiographical memory in older adults
Sarah R. Robinson and Laura A. Jobson
Read top articles
Self-esteem and body dissatisfaction in young children: Associations with weight and perceived parenting style
Amanda Taylor, Carlene Wilson, Amy Stlater and Philip Mohr
Children's post-traumatic stress and the role of memory following admission to intensive care: A review
Belinda Dow Justin Kenardy Deborah Long and Robyne Le Brocque
Sibling voices: The self-reported mental health of siblings of children with a disability
Rebecca Giallo, Susana Gavidia-Payne, Belinda Minett and Aparna Kapoor
About the journal
Clinical Psychologist is the journal of the Australian Psychological Society’s College of Clinical Psychologists. The journal covers a range of topics of broad general relevance to psychologists working in clinical and health settings, including assessment and treatment of psychopathology. The aim is to publish high quality peer-reviewed articles within this broad scope.
Clinical Psychologist publishes state of the art reviews, research papers, brief reports, and clinical case studies. The journal occasionally publishes special issues, guest edited by specialists, devoted to a single topic.