Co-Editors: Wade Pickren and Thomas Teo
York University, Toronto, Canada
Review of General Psychology seeks to publish innovative theoretical, conceptual, or methodological articles that cross-cut the traditional subdisciplines of psychology. The journal contains articles that advance theory, evaluate and integrate research literatures, provide a new historical analysis, or discuss new methodological developments in psychology as a whole.
Editor: Sally M. Hage
Springfield College, USA
The Journal of Prevention and Health Promotion (JPHP) is an interdisciplinary scholarly publication dedicated to the dissemination of information in the field of prevention science and wellness promotion. JPHP is blind peer reviewed, presenting scholarly work in the field of prevention science and health promotion in specific domains (e.g., college campuses, schools, community mental health services and similar settings) or with specific modalities (e.g., group work, community engagement, educational programs). Contributions focus on prevention and wellness promotion: theory, research, practice, advocacy, training, or a combination of these topics.
Editor: Bryan S. K. Kim
University of Hawai'i at Hilo, USA
The Counseling Psychologist focuses on timely topics in such diverse areas as multiculturalism and cross-cultural competency, research methods, vocational psychology, assessment, international counseling and research, prevention and intervention, health, social justice, assessment, and training and supervision.
Editor: Dawn M. Szymanski, PhD
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
Psychology of Women Quarterly (PWQ) is a feminist, scientific, peer-reviewed journal that publishes empirical research, critical reviews, and theoretical articles that advance a field of inquiry, teaching briefs, and invited book reviews, related to the psychology of women and gender.
Editor: Aaron S. Richmond
Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA
If you teach psychology at a high school, introductory college, or higher level, you will find something of practical use in every issue of Teaching of Psychology. This indispensable journal offers creative and hands-on articles that help you use a variety of resources (for example, technology as a teaching tool) to enhance student learning. Coverage includes research on teaching and learning; studies of teacher characteristics and student learning; reviews for class use; student, course, or teacher assessments; discussions of professional challenges; and more.
Editor: Douglas B. Samuel
Purdue University, USA
Assessment (ASM) focuses on advancing clinical assessment science and practice, with an emphasis on information relevant to the use of assessment measures, including test development, validation, and interpretation practices. Articles cover the assessment of cognitive and neuropsychological functioning, personality, and psychopathology, as well as empirical assessment of clinically relevant phenomena, such as behaviors, personality characteristics, and diagnoses.
Editor: Christian S. Crandall
University of Kansas, USA
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (PSPB), published monthly, is an official journal for the Society of Personality and Social Psychology. PSPB offers an international forum for the rapid dissemination of original empirical papers in all areas of personality and social psychology.
Co-Editors: Heejung Kim and David Sherman
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Personality and Social Psychology Review (PSPR) is the premiere outlet for original theoretical papers and conceptual review articles in all areas of personality and social psychology. PSPR offers stimulating conceptual pieces that identify exciting new directions for research on the psychological underpinnings of human individuality and social functioning, as well as comprehensive review papers that provide new, integrative frameworks for existing theory and research programs.
Editor: Margo J. Monteith
Purdue University, USA
Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS) is a unique short reports journal in social and personality psychology. Its aim is to publish concise reports of empirical studies that provide meaningful contributions to our understanding of important issues in social and personality psychology. SPPS strives to publish innovative, rigorous, and impactful research. It is geared toward a speedy review and publication process to allow groundbreaking research to become part of the scientific conversation quickly.