The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied
ISSN (printed): 0022-3980. ISSN (electronic): 1940-1019.
The Journal of Psychology is a uniquely interdisciplinary journal that concentrates on work that attempts to integrate divergent data, fields, and theories of psychology and related disciplines or analyzes the interrelationships of novel populations. The Journal offers a forum for genuinely new avenues of thinking and research, particularly with reference to education, industry, management, and measurement and assessment. Peer-reviewed articles in one recent issue concerned, for example, the effects of feedback on intelligence test performance, the effects of depression on interpersonal perceptions among students, employer use of personality tests in job recruitment, and the relation of impulsivity to suicide ideation in a prison population. The Journal also emphasizes original criticism of the present status of the behavioral disciplines.
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