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November 08, 2012

Manual de Publicação da APA, 6ª Edição

Mls-squarepicBy Mary Lynn Skutley20120723043109_APA_Manual_Publicacao_APA_M
It is not a surprise to us that Portuguese audiences have a strong affinity for psychology books.  With 18,000 registered psychologists in Portugal, and over 47 graduate programs in Brazil, psychologists in both countries work in a variety of areas, including health, education, and justice.  One of the first publishers to translate the Publication Manual, Artmed Editora (an imprint of Grupo A) published a Portuguese version of the fourth edition of the manual in 2001. Now, 11 years later, Artmed  has completed translation of the sixth edition.  Visit this distinguished publisher on Facebook, and you’ll find a range of definitive titles in the biosciences, hard social and applied sciences, and human sciences.  And while you’re there, take a peek at Artmed’s translation of the APA Dictionary of Psychology, our landmark reference work on the language of the field.



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