Quarterly electronic publication of scientific psychology featuring original studies, research, critical contributions, interviews and book reviews written by and intended for psychologists worldwide.
Europe’s Journal of Psychology (EJOP) is indexed by Scopus, PubMed, PubMed Central (PMC), Europe PMC, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), PubPsych, EBSCO, ProQuest, Web of Science: Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), ScienceOpen, Google Scholar, GoOA (by Chinese Academy of Sciences) and CNKI Scholar. EJOP is also member of the Free Journal Network (FJN).
Methodology is the official organ of the European Association of Methodology (EAM), a union of methodologists working in different areas of the social and behavioral sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, economics, educational and political sciences). The journal provides a platform for interdisciplinary exchange of methodological research and applications in the different fields, including new methodological approaches, review articles, software information, and instructional papers that can be used in teaching. Three main disciplines are covered: data analysis, research methodology, and psychometrics. The articles published in the journal are not only accessible to methodologists but also to more applied researchers in the various disciplines.
Since 2020, Methodology is published as an open-access journal in cooperation with the PsychOpen GOLD portal of the Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID). Both, access to published articles by readers as well as the submission, review, and publication of contributions for authors are free of charge!
Articles published before 2020 (Vol. 1-15) are accessible via the journal archive of Methodology's former publisher (Hogrefe).
Methodology is the successor of the two journals Metodologia de las Ciencias del Comportamiento and Methods of Psychological Research-Online (MPR-Online). All issues of these journals are still available at www.aemcco.org and www.dgps.de/fachgruppen/methoden/mpr-online.
Methodology is indexed in: Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI, Impact Factor 2019: 1.242), Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences (CC/S&BS) (since 2009), PsycINFO, PSYNDEX, PubPsych, Dimensions, Scopus, and Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
The journal Clinical Psychology in Europe (CPE) has the aim of providing a platform for clinical psychological research in Europe that contributes to advances in clinical psychological science. It is a platform that provides access to cutting-edge psychological research with the objective of covering multiple approaches, topics and conceptual views.
CPE is the Official Academic Journal of the European Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment (EACLIPТ). The journal welcomes research conducted both in and outside of Europe and hopes to portray the advances these make to the field of clinical psychology in Europe. By offering an open-access journal that is free of charge to authors and readers, we aim to make research in the field of clinical psychology widely visible. Submit your work to Clinical Psychology in Europe!
Interpersona is a peer-reviewed, semiannual (June and December), open access online journal on all kinds of human relationships, from weak ties to close relationships, and their relations with society and culture.
Interpersona is published by PsychOpen, Leibniz Institute for Psychology, Trier, Germany, on behalf of the International Center for Interpersonal Relationship Research, Brazil.
With an international Editorial Board the journal seeks to internationalize the investigation of human relationships. There is no charge for submitting or publishing in Interpersona.
Interpersona has published articles from all over the world, including Europe, North America, South and Central America, Asia, Oceania, and Africa.
Interpersona was founded in 2007 to foster the internationalization of research on human relationships. In 2012, Interpersona changed to PsychOpen to improve the international visibility and exchange of information on relationship research.
Social Psychological Bulletin (Psychologia Społeczna) is an open-access quarterly no-APC journal (free for both reader and authors), that publishes original empirical research, theoretical review papers, scientific debates, and methodological contributions in the field of basic and applied social psychology. The SP Bulletin actively promotes standards of open-science, supports an integrative approach to all aspects of social psychological science and is committed to discussing timely social issues of high importance.
Publication types: Research article, Review article, Short communication, Methods, Data paper, Forum paper, Editorial, Corrigendum, Book review
Top Factor: 18
The journal “Sexual Offending: Theory, Research, and Prevention (SOTRAP)” is an international peer-reviewed journal open to all scientists, clinicians, and policymakers researching and preventing all forms of sexual violence. We welcome all contributions that enhance or illuminate relevant clinical practice, science, and policy about the etiology, prevention, (risk) assessment, treatment, and management of individuals who have committed sexual offenses or are at risk of doing so. Furthermore, aspects of legal, psychological, and somatic consequences of sexual offending are of interest for the readership of SOTRAP.
We would like to invite clinicians, practitioners, and academics to submit research articles, reviews, meta-analyses, brief research notes/articles (e.g., brief methodological discussions), and (clinical) case reports/studies. We accept both qualitative and quantitative research. We fully acknowledge the value and importance of open science practices and SOTRAP would like to contribute to a better understanding and implementation of open science practices in the field of sex research and forensic sciences.
SOTRAP is the official journal of the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO). IATSO was also responsible for the publication of the predecessor of SOTRAP, “Sexual Offender Treatment” (SOT, ISSN 1862-2941).
The journal Quantitative and Computational Methods in Behavioral Sciences (QCMB) strives to foster the development of methods in psychology and related fields. To achieve this aim, QCMB publishes scientific articles that are suited to extend the understanding of foundational mathematics used in psychological methods, development of new methods and software or hardware for those, comparison of existing or new methods, and dissemination of this knowledge to a broader audience of scientists in psychology or related fields. QCMB is dedicated to Open Science: All published articles are openly available for free. There is no publication fee for the review process or the publication. QCMB makes all articles available as pre-prints as soon as they go into the review process and keeps them available regardless of the formal decision.
QCMB publishes articles in two sections:
The fundamental research section targets an audience of quantitative psychologists, mathematicians, and statisticians with an interest in psychological applications of computational, statistical, and mathematical models. This section publishes articles that advance fundamental research in the field of quantitative psychology. Topics include but are not limited to mathematical foundations of statistical methods, introduction and investigation of heuristics that guide data-analytic decisions, introduction of algorithms, performance analyses of existing software, simulation studies that provide insights into mathematical properties of models, the adoption of statistical learning and machine learning paradigms to psychological inquiries, and mathematical theories related to statistical analyses in quantitative psychology.
The method dissemination section concentrates on methodological articles that target an audience of social scientists that want to apply top-notch analysis methods. Topics include but are not limited to introducing new statistical methods or software, tutorials explaining the application of statistical methods or software, simulation studies to compare the benefit of methods across different domains, introduction of new data tools used for methodology, and experimental design methods or tools, as for example for optimal study design planning.