PsychOpen publishes a wide range of psychology journals covering a variety of psychological topics. All journals conduct strict peer review and adhere to the highest scientific standards. All content is published under the principles of open access, licensed under a CC-BY license and free of charge to readers. Moreover, the PsychOpen journals do not charge any author fees.
Europe's Journal of Psychology (EJOP)
Europe’s Journal of Psychology is meant to facilitate communication between psychologists, and to give them access to high-quality professional information, thus fostering the scientific psychological community in Europe and worldwide. Although primarily targeted at the European public, EJOP gladly hosts contributions from psychologists irrespective of their geographical location.
EJOP’s main objectives are to expand, on the one hand, the publication space offered to psychologists and, on the other hand, to increase the number of psychology journals that take a more generalist and eclectic approach to psychology issues given the current tendency to produce rather highly specialized works.
Therefore, the journal was conceived in such a manner as to be accessible for both young researchers and established professionals and also to a very large area of scientific psychological 'genres' and schools. Its structure gives room to a diverse, eclectic and multidisciplinary range of psychology studies and research.
Call for papers: http://ejop.psychopen.eu/announcement
Indexed by DOAJ, EBSCO, Scopus, ProQuest, PsycEXTRA, and PubPsych.
Psychological Thought (PSYCT)
Founded 2006 in Bulgaria as a print journal, Psychological Thought advanced quickly to be one of the most authoritative scientific psychological journals in Bulgaria. In 2012, Psychological Thought relaunched on PsychOpen as an electronic open-access journal.
Psychological Thought publishes its content in English or Bulgarian in all areas of psychology and is focused on psychological theory and practice. It welcomes original research articles, meta-analyses, clinical reports, case studies, and book reviews. Psychological Thought is designed for psychologists, researchers, and psychology students.
Call for papers: http://psyct.psychopen.eu/announcement
Indexed by DOAJ, EBSCO, ProQuest, and PubPsych.
Psychology, Community & Health (PCH)
Psychology, Community & Health (PCH) has an international editorial board, is specialized in the field of psychology and is published three times a year.
It focuses particularly on research developed in community- and health-related contexts. Although not limited to them, PCH stresses the areas of (clinical) health psychology, community (health) psychology and their intersection featuring methodological and empirical articles as well as literature and book reviews. Authors can publish both in English and Portuguese.
Invited types of contributions include papers reporting original empirical studies, literature reviews aiming at providing critical overviews of existing research, papers exploring methodological aspects of relevance and book reviews of recent publications in the field of psychology, especially regarding its intersection with health and community areas.
Indexed by DOAJ, EBSCO, ProQuest, Latindex, and PubPsych.
Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP)
The Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP) publishes articles at the intersection of social and political psychology that substantially advance the understanding of social problems, their reduction, and the promotion of social justice. It also welcomes work that focuses on socio-political issues from related fields of psychology (e.g., peace psychology, community psychology, cultural psychology, environmental psychology, media psychology, economic psychology) and encourages submissions with an interdisciplinary perspective.
JSPP publishes high-quality work from different epistemological, methodological, theoretical, and cultural perspectives and from different regions across the globe. It provides a forum for innovation, questioning of assumptions, and controversy and debate, and aims to give creative impetus for academic scholarship and for applications in education, policymaking, professional practice, and advocacy and social action. To achieve these aims, JSPP publishes several categories of articles: theoretical articles, review articles, original research reports, commentaries, replications and refinements, and action teaching reports.
Call for papers: http://jspp.psychopen.eu/announcement
Interpersona is a semiannual (June and December) journal on all kinds of human relationships, from weak ties to close relationships, and their relations with society and culture.
With an editorial board formed by scholars from 65 countries the journal seeks to internationalize the investigation of human relationships. Interpersona was founded in 2007 in order to make knowledge about human relationships accessible to a wider international readership and to foster the publication of research in the field conducted all over the world. In 2012, Interpersona transferred to PsychOpen to foster the free and open exchange of information, to improve the visibility of relationship research, and to optimize the international reception and citation of knowledge about personal relationships.
Call for papers: http://interpersona.psychopen.eu/announcement
Interpersona is indexed in DOAJ, EBSCO, Latindex, PSICODOC, PubPsych, JournalTOCs, ProQuest, Hinari - Research in Health (World Health Organization), and others.
The European Journal of Counselling Psychology (EJCoP)
The European Journal of Counselling Psychology set its mission to strengthen the scientist practitioner model and further innovation in line with the doctoral-level competencies for counselling psychologists.
The European Journal of Counselling Psychology (EJCoP) was developed after the founding of The European Association of Counselling Psychology (EACP). The EACP observed that counselling psychology needed to develop across the European national borders because of trade integration in the region and mobility of both counselling psychologists and their potential clients. The EACP realised that an integral part of progression is to develop the knowledge-base and evidence-based practice of counselling psychology across Europe, and it is upon these foundations that the European Journal of Counselling Psychology (EJCoP) was developed.
Its vision: A journal that links the knowledge of counselling psychology across national borders and is positioned at the forefront of innovative evidence-based practice.