03/31/2014

Call for Submissions: The New School Psychology Bulletin

The New School Psychology Bulletin: Call for Submissions

If you are a graduate student in psychology, we invite you to submit your research to the New School Psychology Bulletin. We are currently accepting manuscripts for publication in the second volume of our 11th issue. It is important to note that we also accept manuscripts to the New School Psychology Bulletin throughout the year. However, the submission deadline for this volume is APRIL 4TH, 2014.

The New School Psychology Bulletin (NSPB) is an Open Access, peer-reviewed research journal created and operated by graduate students at The New School for Social Research in New York City.  Founded in 2003, the NSPB has become an important and valid alternative to established academic journals for all aspiring authors in the field of psychology.

Our Goals:

The NSPB aims to promote research and scientific writing within university psychology departments and offer experiential education in areas perceived as “gaps in training” in academia. To this effect, we aim to:

 1) Publish high-quality graduate student scholarly work

 2) Serve as a training model for our staff, Editorial Board members, and authors

 3) Provide an open window into the peer-review and publication process while committing to a supportive and constructive learning environment.

Follow the link below to find out how to submit your research to NSPB.

http://nspb.net/index.php/nspb/information/authors

If you have additional questions about submitting and the peer reviewing process, feel free to email the editors at:

editors@NSPB.net

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