Preparing Auxiliary Files for Production

If your article has been accepted for publication, please follow these guidelines for transmitting the final high-resolution figure or supplemental files for production. Please do not resubmit the manuscript itself. We will use the final accepted copy of the manuscript that we have on file.

Figures Files

If graphics files are available as Encapsulated Postscript (EPS), TIF, or PowerPoint, please provide them, as they help maintain an all-electronic workflow and provide the best image for printing. Large graphics files should be compressed or "zipped."

For color figures, please note that CMYK file formats are preferred. RGB files will be converted to CMYK for typesetting purposes but may result in color distortion.

Please clearly label each figure by number using the following format:

xxx_author_### _fig1.ext, where

xxx is the journal prefix,
author is the surname of the corresponding author of the paper,
### corresponds to the suffix of the manuscript number assigned to your paper, and
ext represents the application in which the file was created (e.g., eps, tif, ppt).
Example: bne_jones_107_fig1.eps [to indicate Figure 1 provided in Encapsulated Postscript (eps) format, for Behavioral Neuroscience MS 05-107 by Jones et al.]

Minimum file resolution (dots per inch) for printing:
line art (graphs, drawings) = 1,200 dpi
halftones (photos) = 300 dpi
combo line/halftone = 600 dpi

See Cadmus KnowledgeWorks Digital Art Web Site for further information about preparing figures.

Supplemental Files

If the journal posts supplemental files online then please name them in the following format before submitting:

xxx_author_### _supp.ext, where

xxx is the journal prefix,
author is the surname of the corresponding author of the paper,
### corresponds to the suffix of the manuscript number assigned to your paper, and
ext represents the application in which the file was created (e.g., doc, xls, jpg).*
Example: neu_smith_105_supp.xls [to indicate a supplemental file, created in Excel, for Neuropsychology MS 05-105 by Smith et al.]

* Supplemental files in all formats except .exe are acceptable.

Journal Prefixes

Journal Title File Prefix
American Psychologist AMP
Asian American Journal of Psychology  AAP
Behavioral Neuroscience BNE
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science CBS
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology CEP
Canadian Psychology CAP
Clinician's Research Digest CRD
Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research CPB
Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books CNT
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology CDP
Developmental Psychology DEV
Dreaming DRM
Emotion EMO
Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology PHA
Families, Systems, & Health FSH
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice GDN
Health Psychology HEA
History of Psychology HOP
International Journal of Play Therapy PLA
International Journal of Stress Management STR
Journal of Abnormal Psychology ABN
Journal of Applied Psychology APL
Journal of Comparative Psychology COM
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology CCP
Journal of Counseling Psychology COU
Journal of Diversity in Higher Education DHE
Journal of Educational Psychology EDU
JEP: Animal Behavior Processes XAN
JEP: Applied XAP
JEP: General XGE
JEP: Human Perception and Performance XHP
JEP: Learning, Memory, and Cognition XLM
Journal of Family Psychology FAM
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics NPE
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology OCP
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology PSP
Journal of Psychotherapy Integration INT
Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology TEO
Neuropsychology NEU
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment PER
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice PRO
Psychoanalytic Psychology PAP
Psychological Assessment PAS
Psychological Bulletin BUL
Psychological Methods MET
Psychological Review REV
Psychological Services SER
Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy TRA
Psychology and Aging PAG
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors ADB
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts ACA
Psychology of Men and Masculinity MEN
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality REL
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law LAW
Psychotherapy Theory, Research, Practice, Training PST
Rehabilitation Psychology REP
Review of General Psychology GPR
School Psychology Quarterly SPQ
Training and Education in Professional Psychology TEP