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Canadian Psychologist--1969

Canadian Psychologist--1969 At the 1968 annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association the President announced that the Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science would publish its first issue in January 1969. Undoubtedly this new journal will attract the attention of psychologists who formerly submitted articles to the Canadian Psychologist. Consequently, the editorial office of the Canadian Psychologist wishes to state its editorial policy in order that all writers be informed as to the objectives of the journal. The Canadian Psychologist will continue to publish the official affairs and proceedings of the Canadian Psychological Association, as well as notes and comments on psychological matters. In addition it will accept evaluative reviews, expressions of opinions and articles related to historical or theoretical questions. The editorial office wishes to encourage particularly French speaking psychologists to submit articles more frequently. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Canadian Psychologist PsycARTICLES®

Canadian Psychologist--1969

Abstract

At the 1968 annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association the President announced that the Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science would publish its first issue in January 1969. Undoubtedly this new journal will attract the attention of psychologists who formerly submitted articles to the Canadian Psychologist. Consequently, the editorial office of the Canadian Psychologist wishes to state its editorial policy in order that all writers be informed as to the objectives of the journal. The Canadian Psychologist will continue to publish the official affairs and proceedings of the Canadian Psychological Association, as well as notes and comments on psychological matters. In addition it will accept evaluative reviews, expressions of opinions and articles related to historical or theoretical questions. The editorial office wishes to encourage particularly French speaking psychologists to submit articles more frequently.
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