International Psychology

(sponsored by APA International Psychology Division, Division 52)

Although Western-style psychology has had an international dimension from its beginnings in the 19th century, it evolved into a truly global science only during the last few decades. Sponsored by APA’s International Psychology Division (52), the International Psychology Book Series serves as an international forum to support these developments, and to publish volumes representing global scholarship, practice, and pedagogy. The topics of the series volumes are expected to include the international and worldwide study of psychological processes and phenomena, analyses and comparisons of culture-specific processes occurring in both non-Western and Western-countries, evaluations of micro-level and macro-level psychological interventions, examinations of the psychological aspects of international policy making, investigations of efforts to internationalize psychology education and training experiences, and discussions of the historical and interdisciplinary dimensions of international psychology.