The BPS produces a wide variety of publications and, through arrangements with various partner organisations, makes available to its members an excellent selection of other useful publication resources.
The aim of the BPS is to promote, advance and disseminate psychological knowledge. To help us achieve this, we not only publish journals but also facilitate free and discounted access to journals and journal articles for our members.
The British Psychological Society publishes eleven academic journal titles which can be accessed via PsychHub.
Access to the abstracts is free to all, while access to the full-text is free to BPS members.
As part of our ongoing publishing partnership with Wiley-Blackwell, BPS members enjoy full access to a selection of 32 Wiley journals, plus a variety of related media, via PsychHub.
Non-members are also able to search and view abstracts.
EBSCO Psychology and Behavioural Sciences Collection
This collection includes over 500 journal titles covering psychology and adjacent disciplines.
A full list of all currently available titles can be found on the EBSCO website.
Evidence-Based Mental Health
Evidence-Based Mental Health (EBMH) is a journal which includes key papers and exclusive expert contributions. published in partnership with the Royal College of Psychiatrists and BMJ journals.
Print and online subscriptions are discounted for BPS members.
The British Journal of Educational Psychology Monograph Series features contributions from key annual conferences.
This series is a must-have for all those concerned with the psychological aspects of teaching and learning.
The Annual Review of Psychology covers significant developments in many areas of psychological study, including research methodology.
The Annual Review of Clinical Psychology provides comprehensive reviews of significant developments in clinical psychology.
BPS members are eligible for a 30% discount on all AR journals.
BPS members all benefit from exclusive discounts on books from Blackwell Publishing and Oxford University Press.
Our partnership with Blackwell Publishing ensures the delivery of an essential range of books on the latest psychology practice, research and methodology.
All BPS Blackwell books (including the predecessor imprint BPS Books) can be searched on PsychHub, where there is information about how to buy.
Generous member discounts apply – your personal discount information will be displayed on PsychHub after sign in.
The searchable and personalisable PsychHub web portal provides a single access point to a host of other BPS resources, including journals, multimedia, and more.
Oxford University Press
Society members receive a 20% discount on books purchased through the OUP British Psychological Society Book Club (sign in required).
To receive this offer you must follow this link to the OUP British Psychological Society Book Club.
The Psychologist is the monthly publication of The British Psychological Society whose purpose is to provide a forum for communication and discussion among all members.
All BPS members have exclusive online access to The Psychologist.
Non-members can browse and buy back issues in the BPS Shop
Our Research Digest delivers the latest psychological research through several different channels, including:
For further information and updates you can also subscribe free to its fortnightly email alert.
The aim of our Research Digest is to provide accessible, accurate reports on the latest psychological research and studies that are timely, novel, thought-provoking and relevant to real life, and which make an important contribution to our expanding knowledge of the world.
Many of the society’s Member Networks have their own periodicals, newsletters and other publications, all of which can be purchased through the BPS Shop.
Many are entirely free to members.
To find out more please use the appropriate link below.
Division of Academic, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology
- Psychology Teaching Review
Division of Clinical Psychology
- Clinical Psychology Forum
Division of Counselling Psychology
- Counselling Psychology Review
Division of Forensic Psychology
- Forensic Update
Division of Health Psychology
- Health Psychology Update
Division of Neuropsychology
- The Neuropsychologist
Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Sport and Exercise Psychology Review
Scottish Division of Educational Psychology
- Educational Psychology in Scotland
Division of Clinical Psychology Faculties and Branches
Faculty for Children, Young People & their Families
- Child and Family Clinical Psychology Review
Faculty for People with Intellectual Disabilities
- The Bulletin of the Faculty of People with Intellectual Disabilities
Faculty for the Psychology of Older People
- FPOP Bulletin
- DCP Scotland Review
Cognitive Psychology Section
- Cognitive Psychology Bulletin
Consciousness and Experiential Section
Developmental Psychology Section
- Developmental Psychology Forum
History and Philosophy of Psychology Section
- History and Philosophy of Psychology
- Psychobiology Section Newsletter
Psychology of Sexualities Section
- Psychology of Sexualities Review
Psychology of Women and Equalities Section
- Psychology of Women and Equalities Review
- Psychotherapy Section Review
Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section
- Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin
Social Psychology Section
- Social Psychological Review
Transpersonal Psychology Section
- Transpersonal Psychology Review