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Hogrefe and APA Division 52 (International Psychology) enter into a long-term publishing partnership (pdf download)

Release September 9,2020

Hogrefe  and APA Division 52 (International Psychology) enter into a long-term publishing partnership

Hogrefe Publishing and the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Division 52
(International Psychology) are delighted to announce their new publishing partnership for the Division’s scientific journal, International Perspectives in Psychology: Research,
Practice, Consultation. Starting January 2021, the journal will be published by Hogrefe. The entire journal, including all back issues, will be available online on Hogrefe’s eContent platform. Both the Division and Hogrefe are pleased that International Perspectives in Psychology will continue to be available in the APA’s PsycArticles database, allowing continuity of access for existing online users.

“The Hogrefe group, with our psychology publishing operations in 16 countries, takes a genuinely
international perspective on psychology,” says Robert Dimbleby, Publishing Manager at Hogrefe.
“We are thrilled that the Division’s journal International Perspectives in Psychology is now going to join our family of peer-reviewed journals – and are especially looking forward to a long and fruitful

Editor in chief Stuart Carr, PhD, is looking forward to working with Hogrefe’s multinational team:
“We’re all really excited about working with Hogrefe. International perspectives in research and
publishing have never been more important for our collective, inclusive, and sustainable future.”

Division 52 president, Dr. Brigitte Khoury, expressed her enthusiasm regarding the partnership with
Hogrefe Publishing: “This collaboration will further establish Division 52’s leading role in disseminating
international research and scholarly work.”

Division 52 president-elect, Dr. Lawrence Gerstein, said, “I’m deeply thankful to Judith Gibbons and
Stuart Carr for serving as editors of our journal and helping to establish it as an excellent periodical for international scholarship in psychology. I fully expect the journal to flourish worldwide given the
outstanding staff and global infrastructure linked with Hogrefe Publishing.”

Both expressed their thanks to APA for their support for the journal in past years, and at the same
time their pleasure that the Division has now found the right home for it.

About the journal
International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation publishes research that
examines human behavior and experiences around the globe from a psychological perspective. It
publishes intervention strategies that use psychological science to improve the lives of people around
the world. The journal promotes the use of psychological science that is contextually informed,
culturally inclusive, and dedicated to serving the public interest. 2021 will see its volume 10 published.

About Division 52
Division 52 (International Psychology) seeks to develop a psychological science and practice that is
contextually informed, culturally inclusive, serves the public interest and promotes global perspectives within and outside of APA. It represents the interest of all psychologists who foster international connections among psychologists, engage in multicultural research or practice, apply psychological principles to the development of public policy or are otherwise concerned with individual and group consequences of global events.

About Hogrefe
Hogrefe is a leading scientific publisher for psychology, psychiatry, and mental health, with publishing
companies located in 16 countries across Europe and the Americas. These core subject areas are
supplemented by publications in nursing, healthcare, and medicine. Hogrefe’s 38 scientific and
professional journals are complemented by some 2,500 books in print in various languages, and
approximately 2,000 psychological tests, as well as consultancy and other services.

For further information, please contact:

Robert Dimbleby
Publishing Manager
Hogrefe Publishing
+49 551 999500

Deborah Best, PhD
VP for Communication
APA Division 52 (International Psychology)
+1 336 758 5748