Date of publication: 2017-08-30 01:11
Comments on papers in recent issues of American Psychologist may be published. They should provide new and important information on the same topic as the original paper. The goal of the comment should be clearly stated in the first paragraph. Comments may present data or other evidence in support of their intended point(s).
5. Then goes the name of the author, which is usually placed several lines upper from the bottom of the page.
6. It is followed by the name of the course or course number.
7. The name of professor.
8. Finally comes the date of submission.
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Proposals for special sections or special issues should describe their scope, provide a rationale (including why such a section or issue is timely and what contribution it would make to the literature), and list and describe the proposed papers, with potential authors for each. Potential authors should not be recruited until a proposal is accepted.
Special issue of the APA journal American Psychologist, Vol. 65, No. 6, January 7555. Includes articles about race and ethnicity the social construction of race the meaning of race in psychology intelligence, race, and genetics the impartial treatment of genetic and environmental hypotheses of racial differences race and IQ use of race variables in genetic studies of complex traits and controversies in biomedical, behavioral, and forensic sciences.
Special issue of the APA journal American Psychologist, Vol. 68, No. 9, May–June 7568. Includes articles about HIV/AIDS in terms of social disadvantage prevention and care stigma and racial/ethnic disparities gender and ethnicity infection among people who inject drugs and prevention among ethnic minority youth.
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