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This collection of articles, some new and some previously published, conveys the reciprocal importance of public policy formation and psychology. Many of psychology's leading researchers, clinicians and policy makers, including psychologists active in the development of public policy and the co-ordination of advocacy efforts for the discipline's betterment, are brought together in this volume.;These selections should provide readers with a better understanding of policy evolution and deeper insights into the ways in which the discipline's involvement in public policy formation can enhance psychology's public standing and promote public support of the field.