The Journal of General Psychology is a critically acclaimed international publication that is devoted to research in experimental psychology.
The Journal distinguishes itself from others in the field by its attempt to publish research that has a broad appeal, often borrowing from more than one research area.
Our articles feature both basic and applied research and are of interest to a wide group of researchers in the psychological sciences.
Under double-blind review the identity of the reviewers and the authors are not disclosed to either party.
Why join our team of reviewers?
Reviewing for The Journal of General Psychology offers educators a unique opportunity for professional growth.
Not only do reviewers keep abreast of the latest work being done in their own field of inquiry, but they are exposed to – and have a significant role in shaping – work being done in related fields.
This exposure informs their own scholarship and teaching while also presenting new avenues of professional collaboration.
The Journal of General Psychology has a wide readership and is listed in a variety of prestigious and international Abstracting & Indexing services, so being involved with the review process will allow professionals to see the impact of their work in education, advocacy and policy development on a national level.
What are the next steps?
If you are interested in joining our team of reviewers, please email one of the Executive Editors with:
- A brief biography;
- Your CV;
- A note of interest in being a reviewer;
- A brief list of your research areas.
- Paula Goolkasian, University of North Carolina, USA
- David Trafimow, New Mexico State University, USA