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The American Psychological Association (APA) is the largest American professional organization of psychologists. For more information see their website.

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{{cite journal|last1=Winston|first1=Christine N.|title=Evaluating media’s portrayal of an eccentric-genius: Dr. Sheldon Cooper|journal=Psychology of Popular Media Culture|date=2016|volume=5|issue=3|pages=290–306|doi=10.1037/ppm0000060}}{{subscription required|via=American Psychological Association}}
  • Winston, Christine N. (2016). "Evaluating media's portrayal of an eccentric-genius: Dr. Sheldon Cooper". Psychology of Popular Media Culture. 5 (3): 290–306. doi:10.1037/ppm0000060.  – via American Psychological Association (subscription required)

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