Publication Process

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This section of PsychWiki started as a Professional Development Series in the Social Psychology Department at the University of Southern California so some of the information above arose from the collective effort of the students and professors at USC. (Learn how to use this wiki to enhance professional development meetings at your school by clicking here)



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 Q4a.jpg Where can I find a listing of journals in psychology?  Q4a.jpg Journals in Social and Personality Psychology
 Q4a.jpg What are considered the top journals in psychology?  Q4a.jpg What are considered the top journals in Social/Personality psychology?
 Q4a.jpg When would you want to publish in broad multidisciplinary journals?  Q4a.jpg What are considered the ranking/ratings of all empirical journals in Social/Personality Psychology?
 Q4a.jpg Will people outside my field know which are the best journals in my field?  Q4a.jpg What are considered the ranking/ratings of review journals in Social/Personality Psychology?
 Q4a.jpg What is the turn-around time for journals?  Q4a.jpg *Why is peer review important?
 Q4a.jpg How do I choose which journal to publish in?  Q4a.jpg
 Q4a.jpg What is the first step in trying to publish an article?  Q4a.jpg Journal Review Process - AUTHOR point of view
 Q4a.jpg Are there any tips or tricks to trying to publish an article?  Q4a.jpg Journal Review Process - REVIEWER/EDITOR point of view


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