About the Journal

The American Journal of Psychology (ISSN 2791-1942) is a scholarly journal that publishes original research and reviews in all areas of psychology. The journal aims to advance the scientific understanding of human behavior, cognition, emotion, and social interactions. The journal also welcomes interdisciplinary and cross-cultural perspectives that enrich the field of psychology. The journal follows an intensive peer review process that ensures the quality and validity of the published articles. The peer review process takes about 2-3 months from submission to decision. The journal is indexed by several platforms, such as Research Gate, Google Scholar, ebscohost, Scilit, and Crossref (DOI), which enhance the visibility and impact of the published articles.

The journal has an eminent editorial board that consists of experts from various subfields of psychology. The editorial board members provide guidance and feedback to the authors and reviewers, as well as oversee the editorial policies and standards of the journal. The journal is an open access publication, which means that all articles are freely available online for anyone to read, download, and share. The journal does not charge any fees to the authors or readers. The authors retain the copyright of their articles and can distribute them under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. Publishing with the American Journal of Psychology is beneficial for researchers who want to disseminate their work to a wide and diverse audience, as well as contribute to the advancement of psychological science. The journal offers a rigorous and fair peer review process, a high-quality editorial service, and a reputable indexing platform. The journal also supports the principles of open science and ethical research practices.