Journal of Applied Social Psychology
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Edited By: Richard J. Crisp
Impact Factor: 1.006
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 48/62 (Psychology Social)
Online ISSN: 1559-1816
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The Journal of Applied Social Psychology will disseminate findings from behavioral science research that have applications to current problems of society. By publishing relevant research and emphasizing excellence of experimental design, as well as potential applicability of experimental results, the journal intends to bridge the theoretical and applied areas of social research. The Journal will serve as a means of communication among scientists, as well as between researchers and those engaged in the task of solving social problems.
Preference is given to manuscripts reporting laboratory and field research in areas such as health, race relations, discrimination, group processes, population growth, crowding, accelerated cultural change, violence, poverty, environmental stress, helping behavior, effects of the legal system on society and the individual, political participation and extremism, cross-cultural differences, communication, cooperative problem solving, negotiations among nations, socioeconomics, social aspects of drug action and use, organizational and industrial issues, behavioral medicine, and environmental psychology.
Reports of both laboratory and field research are accepted. Suggestions for application of research findings should be included. Theoretical papers are acceptable in limited numbers. Papers of theoretical scope should, whenever possible, include some data research. Reviews of the pertinent literature should be made with applicability in mind.
All papers published in Journal of Applied Social Psychology are eligible for Panel A: Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience in the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
All manuscripts submitted to this journal should follow the style and method of presentation of American Psychological Association journals. Detailed instructions are given in the revised edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Alternatively, you may wish to use the American Psychological Association's APA-Style Helper software that was developed as a companion to the Publication Manual for writers in the behavioral and social sciences who need to produce manuscripts and documents written according to APA style. All new submissions should be made electronically at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jasp.
Manuscripts must be submitted online. For complete detailed instructions on uploading your manuscript, please visit the JASP online submission site (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jasp) and log on. If you need assistance select “get help”. Once logged on select author center, and then select “submit a new manuscript.” If you do not have a user ID, click the “create an account” icon and follow the online instructions. Any major word processing software may be used, and both DOS-based and Macintosh operating systems are acceptable. Authors with no Internet connection should contact the Editorial Office. The author checklists must be completed during the submission process. Copyright assignment is a condition of publication, and papers will not be passed to the Publisher unless copyright has been assigned. A link to the appropriate copyright form can be found online during the submission process. However, authors should not submit a copyright form until their manuscript has been accepted for publication.
Richard J. Crisp, Ph.D.
Work & Organisational Psychology
Aston Business School
Birmingham, B4 7ET
University of Cambridge
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