About the Journal

Journal of Advanced Psychology (JAPSY) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles and reviews in the field of psychology. The journal is hosted by CARI Journals, a global platform for scholarly publishing, under ISSN: 2791-3244 (Online) and DOI: 10.47941/japsy. The journal aims to advance the scientific understanding of human behavior, cognition, emotion, and social interactions. The journal covers topics such as clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, educational psychology, health psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, personality psychology, social psychology, and more. By publishing in JAPSY, authors benefit from the high visibility and promotion of their articles in the open access journal database. Open access means that anyone can access and read the articles for free, without any subscription or paywall. This increases the impact and citation of the articles, as well as the recognition of the authors. Authors also retain the copyrights of their articles, and can freely share and distribute them. The journal is indexed in several databases, such as Google Scholar, EBSCOhost, Slicit, Crossref and others. This ensures that the articles are easily searchable and discoverable by researchers and practitioners around the world. The journal publishes articles on a monthly basis, and provides certificates for publication to the authors. Upon publication, the authors will also receive a link to their publication and a pdf copy of the publication. If the authors require a hardcopy print of the issue in which their paper appears, they can make orders and pay for them on demand. Publishing in JAPSY is a great opportunity for authors who want to contribute to the advancement of psychology as a science and a profession. By choosing JAPSY, authors can showcase their work to a global audience, enhance their reputation and career prospects, and support the open access movement.