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  • 1.Monitor on Psychology
    The Monitor on Psychology is the "must read" for psychology educators, scientists and practitioners. Includes information on circulation, advertising rates, specifications, closing dates and other important information.
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  • 2.Sponsorships at APA's Convention
    Each sponsorship opportunity includes recognition as an APA convention sponsor on the homepage of APA's convention website, in general on-site signage and at the front of APA's convention program.
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  • 3.Mailing Labels
    General policies, available lists, rates, specifications and ordering procedures for mailing lists of all APA members, students, divisions and selected journal subscribers with merge/purge options, as well as a variety of other selection possibilities.
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  • 4.International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation: Research and Practice Advertising Rates┬«
    Get rates and deadlines for a journal that promotes the use of psychological science that is contextually informed, culturally inclusive, and dedicated to serving the public interest.
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  • 5.Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Advertising Rates
    Get rates and specifications for a journal covering the practice of psychology, including health psychology, community psychology, family psychology, forensic psychology and clinical neuropsychology.
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  • 6.Psychology of Popular Media Culture Advertising Rates
    Get rates and deadlines for a journal that will solicit rigorous research studies, as well as data-driven theoretical papers on constructs, consequences, program evaluations and trends related to popular culture and various media sources.
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