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Student Journal Publishing Opportunties – PSYCHOLOGY

Journal NameDiscipline(s)Description
UCLA Undergraduate Psychology JournalPsychologyFocus: behavioral neuroscience, clinical, cognitive, developmental, health, and social psychology, learning and behavior, measurement and psychometrics
Online Journal
Peer-Reviewed
Submissions: empirical research, done under a faculty advisor – see guidelines, submit to Undergraduatepj@gmail.com
Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences (JPBS)PsychologyContact: atasso@fdu.edu
Peer-Reviewed
Focus: behavioral neuroscience, substance abuse, learning psychology, health psychology, cognitive psychology, psych of women & men, developmental psychology, experimental psychology, humanistic psychology, transpersonal psychology, peace psychology, psychotraumatology, psychopharmacology
Deadline: Feb 15 (each year), Notification of Potential Publishing Status: June
Submissions should be sent to mailed address, see guidelines, student should have a faculty mentor
Contact: donalee@fdu.edu or jcooper@fdu.edu
The Yale Review of Undergraduate Research in Psychology (YRURP)PsychologyContact: psych.review@yale.edu
Published annually (April deadline)
Focus: neuroscience, clinical psychology, cognitive psychology/cognitive science, developmental psychology, social & personality psychology, other psychology related areas
Submissions: submitted by undergraduates, or work done during undergraduate career, may be empirical or theoretical, theoretical/literature review, empirical research paper, or short report, conducted under a faculty advisor – see guidelines
Submit “Submission Application Waiver” and submission in Word format to psych.review@yale.edu
UJOP- Undergraduate Journal of PsychologyPsychologyPublished by Dept. of Psychology at UNC Charlotte
Peer-Reviewed
Published annually
Submissions: original research or literature reviews
Submit to kkbuch@uncc.edu, with listed guidelines
UCLA Undergraduate Psychology Journal PsychologyFocus: behavioral neuroscience, clinical, cognitive, developmental, health, and social psychology, learning and behavior, measurement and psychometrics
Online Journal
Peer-Reviewed
Submissions: empirical research, done under a faculty advisor – see guidelines, submit to Undergraduatepj@gmail.com
Journal of Psychological InquiryPsychologyOnline Journal
Modern Psychological StudiesPsychologyUndergraduate Journal.
Any area within psychology.
Peer reviewed by undergraduates.
Psi Chi Journal of Psychological ResearchPsychologyAuthors must be Psi Chi Members.
Was once an exclusively undergraduate journal but is now open to graduates and faculty as well.
See manuscript/submission requirements
Submissions: original and empirical work, submit through online portal
Contact: psichijournal@psichi.org
Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science (CUJCS)Published by the Cognitive Science Student Association at Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada)
Focus: philosophy, neuroscience, linguistics, computer science, psychology
Contact: cujcs-inquiries@sfu.ca
Journal of European Psychology Students (EFPSA)PsychologyJEPS is a double-blind peer review (all reviewers have PhD), open-access journal that covers all subjects of psychology. They accept empirical work and literature reviews, and work can be submitted throughout the whole year via jeps.efpsa.org/submit/start.
They publish continuously throughout the whole year, and only accept work by undergraduates and graduates (not PhD students).
Further, they offer APC waivers when faculties do not provide funding for it (no application necessary).

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Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613
Email: urcw@highpoint.edu

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