Increase the impact of your research by publishing open access with Taylor & Francis

Have you considered publishing your research gold open access in our Psychology journals?

When you publish gold open access, the final published version of your article (or Version of Record) is permanently and freely available for anyone to read online. We offer you a range of gold open access publishing options to suit your needs, including:

Four fully open access journals: publishing only open access research, all papers accepted into these journals are immediately free to access online.

Over 100 Open Select (hybrid) Psychology journals:  These journals give you the opportunity to publish your paper gold open access in a subscription-based journal. As such, you experience all the benefits of publishing open access, while still publishing in your preferred journal. 

Cogent Psychology: A multidisciplinary open access psychology mega journal, it offers ‘Freedom Article Publishing Charges', allowing you to pay what you can afford. Cogent Psychology particularly encourages interdisciplinary studies.

How will publishing open access benefit you?

Greater reach and readership: Your article will be made freely and permanently available online for anyone, anywhere to read. OA research typically receives greater and more varied readership compared to traditionally-published articles.

Reach beyond academia: With no barriers to readership, your research can be used by professionals and practitioners in the Education sector, and could influence policy in Education. Impact beyond your field.

Choose from a suite of Creative Commons Licenses: You choose how others use and build upon your work. You can also share your final published article any way you want: you can talk about it on social media, include it on academic networking sites and send it to your colleagues in the field.

Want more? Explore our portfolio of fully open access journals below: 

European Journal of Psychotraumatology

European Journal of Psychotraumatology

Impact Factor: 4.209
Published by the European Society of Traumatic Stress Studies (ESTSS), The European Journal of Psychotraumatology (EJPT) aims to engage scholars, clinicians and researchers in the vital issues of how to understand, prevent and treat the consequences of stress and trauma. EJPT explores posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depressive disorders, substance abuse, burnout, and neurobiological or physical consequences, using the latest research or clinical experience in these areas, and how to intervene in the wide spectrum of post-traumatic situations using the latest research in these areas. 

Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine

Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine:

Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine: an Open Access Journal (HPBM) publishes all aspects of research and practice into psychosocial, behavioral and biomedical aspects of health. The journal provides access to essential new research for those involved in the study, teaching and application of the behavioral, psychological, social and biological aspects of health and illness. 

Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology

Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology

Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology aims to stimulate multidisciplinary research into the central nervous system and its complex relationship with the surrounding social environment. The journal focuses on two particular fields (i) social neuroscience focusing on the role of the brain in processing social information, and (ii) affective neuroscience focusing on the role of the brain and how it reacts to emotionally, motivationally and other affectively related inputs. The journal seeks research where social and affective neuroscience are beginning to converge.

Cogent Psychology

Cogent Psychology

Cogent Psychology is a leading multidisciplinary open access journal, publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed articles, including negative results and replication studies, across the breadth of psychology research. The Freedom APC allows authors to select a contribution, based on what they can afford.