About the Journal

Studies in Psychological Science is a peer-reviewed academic journal that focuses on psychological research. It is published by a leading scientific publisher and aims to provide a platform for psychologists, behavioral scientists, and other related professionals to showcase innovative and cutting-edge research in the field of psychology. This journal aims to disseminate research findings that have practical applications, are of theoretical importance and offer insight into the psychological mechanisms that govern critical aspects of human behavior, cognition, and emotion.


Studies in Psychological Science publishes original research articles, reviews, meta-analyses, and methodological papers that contribute to advancing the science of psychology. The journal welcomes submissions from all areas of psychology, including but not limited to:

  • Cognitive psychology
  • Developmental psychology
  • Social psychology
  • Personality psychology
  • Clinical psychology and psychotherapy
  • Health psychology
  • Educational psychology and pedagogy
  • Industrial and organizational psychology
  • Neuropsychology and behavioral neuroscience
  • Methodology and research design

The journal is particularly interested in manuscripts that have practical applications, theoretical significance, and offer insight into the mechanisms governing human behavior, cognition, and emotion. All manuscripts undergo a rigorous peer-review process and must meet high standards of scientific rigor, novelty, and significance.

Studies in Psychological Science also welcomes interdisciplinary research that connects psychology with other disciplines, including neuroscience, biology, education, medicine, and sociology. The journal aims to serve as a forum for scholars and researchers in psychology and related fields to publish high-quality research findings that advance our understanding of human psychological functioning.