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Name: Dawn
E-mail Address: dmecabe@oldwestbury.edu
Question: Trying to find an APA or APS journal on the school library. I found a journal but don't know if it meets that criteria...
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Hi Dawn,

I'm sending two links that lists the APA and ASA journal titles.  Look to see if your journal is on the lists.

http://www.asanet.org/research-and-publications/journals

http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/browse.aspx?query=Title:*&type=journal

When you search the library's databases, you could also limit your search by publisher.  For example, in PsycInfo you could enter "American Psychological Association" and then select "Publisher" by clicking on the drop down arrow in the adjacent box.  If you do this, you will also need to limit your search to academic journals to weed out books and reports from your search results. 

I hope this information was helpful.

Joanne

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