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Call for Papers: Inaugural Issue of Psychreg Journal of Psychology


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Psychreg, (2017, January 8). Call for Papers: Inaugural Issue of Psychreg Journal of Psychology. Psychreg on Editor's Choice. https://www.psychreg.org/call-papers-inaugural-issue-psychreg-journal-of-psychology/
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Psychreg Journal of Psychology (PJP) is published through Psychreg, an online resource in psychology and allied fields. As an interdisciplinary journal, PJP,  publishes empirical and theoretical contributions in any of the areas of psychology. It is supported by voluntary editorial board members and academic referees. PJP is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal.

We welcome submissions from all researchers in psychology and allied fields, and particularly
encourages submissions from postgraduate researchers. So brush off the cobwebs from that
paper you had rejected and try again!

PJP publishes:

  • Scholarly psychology articles of 5,000-7,000 words that are fully refereed
  • Commentaries on psychology projects, issues or teaching around 3,000 words which are not

PJP’s inaugural issue will be published on June 2017. Deadline for submissions is on 31 May

Email submissions: submissions@pjp.psychreg.org If you have questions, please contact the Editor-in-Chief: Dennis Relojo (dennis.relojo@psychreg.org), putting ‘Call for Papers’ in the subject line.

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