Welcome to the Association for Scientific Advancement in Psychological Injury and Law (ASAPIL). The goals of the ASAPIL include the following:
If you are a forensic mental health professional or an attorney working in the areas of personal injury, employment law, rehabilitation, veterans law, trauma, and more, you might be interested in the benefits of membership in ASAPIL.
Or you might want to peruse a list of the psychological journal articles that have appeared in our flagship publication, the professional, peer-reviewed journal, Psychological Injury and Law.
Detailed information about the journal is also available, including subscription options, aims and scope of the journal, and instructions to authors.
If you'd like to know more about who is involved in the Association for Scientific Advancement in Psychological Injury and Law, you might want to review our Membership Roster and the Editorial Board of the journal.
We offer continuing education workshops in the area of psychological injury and law. Our most recent workshop--an overview of the area--is available at no cost and is presented in a series of online videos by the Association's founder and President, Dr. Gerald Young.
The Association also sponsors on email discussion list hosted by Google Groups. This list is available to members only and provides participants with an opportunity to ask questions of experts in psychological injury and law, share their expertise, and network with like-minded professionals. If you are an ASAPIL member and would like to join the discussion list, please contact the Secretary of the Association for an email invitation with a link to join.
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You receive our professional, peer-reviewed journal, Psychological Injury and Law as one of several benefits of membership.
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) measures weighted citations based on the subject area and the prestige of the citing journal.
Also see the Journal Ranking Comparison page to see how Psychological Injury and Law compares to other forensic psychology and psychiatry journals.
Announcement #1: Hardcopies of PIL are now available free to members! Fees for 2017 remain the same at $100 (USD) for Full Status Member. Please see our Membership Fee page for more details.
Announcement #2: Dr. Gerald Young completed a FREE online educational workshop on Psychological Injury and Law. Please see our Continuing Education page for details and links to the videos.
Announcement #3: We've launched a new email discussion list on psychological injury and law. ASAPIL members only. Please contact us for an invitation.
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The ASAPIL Reporter is an email newsletter with up-to-date information about the Association, including:
There's an easy one-click unsubscribe link in every issue if you change your mind. Published about once a month. Note that you'll need to confirm your subscription in an email that will be sent to you after you submit the form below.