Call For Papers (Vol. 4, No. 1, January-June 2024): Journal of Psychology and Behavior Studies

The Journal of Psychology and Behavior Studies cordially invites scholars, academicians and researchers from all over the world to submit their unpublished original work for inclusion in our next publication issue (Vol. 4, No. 1, January-June 2024). Acceptable themes include, but are not limited to, the following:

Comparative Animal Behavior, Human Performance Enhancement, Biopsychology, Personality and Individual Differences, Behavior Disorders, Human Development, Psychological Research, Human Sexuality, Social Psychology, Racism and Minority Groups, Psychology of Gender, Psychosocial Aspects of Nuclear War, Psychology Transfer Academic Community, Animal Behavior, Personality, Abnormal Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Understanding Statistics in Psychology, Probability and Statistics for Psychology, Statistical Inference in Psychological Research, Drugs and Behavior, Sensory and Perceptual Processes, Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Psychobiology of Women, Cross-Cultural Competence, Foreign Study, Learning, Infant Behavior and Development, Motivation, Advanced Personality, Insect Behavior, History of Psychology, Mechanisms of Animal Behavior, Sociobiology, Child and Adolescent Behavior Disorders, Perceptual Development, Adolescent Development, Cognitive Development, Personality Development of the Child, Animal Communication, Human Behavior as a Natural Science, Primate Social Behavior, Behavioral Studies of Zoo Animals, Neural Basis of Behavior, Sensory Basis of Behavior, Vision and Its Physiological Basis, Surgical and Histological Techniques, Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, Behavioral Endocrinology, Human Motor Control and Learning, Brain Anatomy for the Behavioral Scientist, Development of Brain Connections, Visual Neuroscience, Regulatory Behavior, Human Color Vision, Developmental Aspects of Sport Competition, Motor Development, Social Psychology of Sport, Perceptual Processes, Motivational Theories in Social Psychology, Theories of Social Psychology, Personality Assessment, Psychology of Language, Health Psychology, Psychology of the Self-Concept, Personality and Social Influence, Social and Moral Development, Language Development, Behavioral Genetics, Evolutionary Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Asian American Psychology, Human Memory, Implicit and Unconscious Cognition, Intelligence, Psychology of Judgment and Decision Making, Psychology of Reasoning, Psychology and Music, Cognition in the Real World, Human Factors Psychology, Psychology of Peace, Cultural Psychology, Advanced Human Sexuality, Ideas of Human Nature, Research Methods for Behavioral Psychology, Writing in Psychology, Primate Conservation Biology and Behavior, Animal Mind, Psychobiology of Women, Stress and Coping, Clinical Psychology, Stress Management, Psychological Assessment of Children, Community Psychology, Anxiety Disorders, Assessment of Intelligence, Minority Mental Health, Cross-Cultural Competency, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Behavioral Methods, Methods in Suicide and Crisis, Clinical Personality Assessment, Clinical Methods: Interviewing.

| Submission Guidelines Highlights

1- The submitted article must not have been previously published, nor should it be under consideration for publication anywhere else, while under review for this journal.
2- The author guidelines must be followed.
3- Submit the full version of the manuscript in English. 
4- Citations in the text should follow the referencing style used by the American Psychological Association, Seventh Edition. The references should be arranged alphabetically and the references section should be placed at the end of the manuscript. Please ensure you check all your citations for completeness, accuracy and consistency.
5- The submitted article must be provided in Microsoft Word format only.

| Article Structure

The submitted article should be structured as follows: 

1- Title
2- List of authors, their affiliations and email addresses
3- Keywords
4- Abstract
5- Introduction
6- Literature review
7- Methodology
8- Results/Findings
9- Conclusion
10- Statements and Declarations
11- References

| Continuous Article Publishing (CAP) and Rigorous Review Process

The Journal of Psychology and Behavior Studies articles on a continuous basis. Articles are published in the current issue as soon as they are peer-reviewed, accepted, copyedited, and proofread, allowing a steady stream of informative quality articles. The journal then archives the articles within 2 issues: January-June; July-December. In the continuous publication, articles may be submitted at any time. They still undergo the same process of peer review and preparation, but this can begin right away and ends as soon as the article is ready. Special collections of articles are welcomed and will be published as part of the normal issue, but also within a separate collection page.

| Manuscript Submission

Manuscripts are accepted on a continuous basis, and there is no deadline for submission. If you are interested in submitting your manuscript, please submit it using the journal online system or send it via email at: For guidance on submissions or further information, please contact the Editor. 

Kindly visit the journal homepage for aims and scope, editorial board listing, abstracting/indexing services list, and other information. 

| Publisher

Al-Kindi Center for Research and Development
3 Dryden Avenue
W7 1ES, Hanwell, London, UK

Read more about Call For Papers (Vol. 4, No. 1, January-June 2024): Journal of Psychology and Behavior Studies

Receiving Spam Emails

Occasionally, paper acceptance or rejection emails sent by the journal may be caught by spam filters. Most modern email software includes a spam or junk folder, and it is worth checking this from time to time.

If you find emails from our journal in your spam or junk folder, you can tell your mail program that it is not spam by hitting the "Not spam" or "Not junk" button, and most mail programs will learn from this and will be less likely to misclassify subsequent emails.

Read more about Receiving Spam Emails