Journal of Human Psychology

About The Journal


The Journal of Human Psychology (JHP) is dedicated to advancing knowledge in the field of human psychology. The journal provides a platform for the publication of high quality research in the field of psychology, psychopathology, and psychotherapy.


JHP publishes empirical findings on topics such as cognition and behavior, memory, emotion and motivation, personality, psychopathology, child and adolescent psychology, psychotherapy, social psychology, and quantitative psychology. The journal also features editorials, reviews, and commentaries related to the field of psychology. 


Overview of Human Psychology:

Human psychology is the study of the mind and behavior of humans. It encompasses various fields, such as social psychology, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, and clinical psychology. Human psychology seeks to understand how humans interact with themselves, others, and the world around them. Research in human psychology provides insights into topics such as emotion, cognition, perception, motivation, and personality. The field of human psychology has grown rapidly in recent years, with new discoveries and breakthroughs being made every day.


Understanding the human psychology is crucial in various fields, including education, business, healthcare, and law. Professionals in these fields use psychological principles to improve their practices and better serve their clients. In conclusion, human psychology is a fascinating and important field that seeks to understand the mind and behavior of humans. It provides insights into how we think, feel, and act, and how we interact with the world around us.


Submission Process:

JHP welcomes submissions from researchers around the world. Authors can submit their manuscript either online or via email. All the manuscripts have to be accompanied by a cover letter, which contains a detailed description of the contributions and originality of the work. Once the manuscript is accepted, authors have to submit a copyright transfer agreement for publication.


Advantages Of Publishing:

JHP serves as an important resource for researchers looking to publish their work, as it ensures a broad reach and a large audience, while also providing open access to all content. It also provides a platform for the exchange of ideas, allowing for constructive dialogue and collaboration between researchers and practitioners. Additionally, JHP encourages the use of creative and innovative research methods, such as experimental, qualitative, and quantitative approaches, that can help to expand our understanding of the human psychological experience. As an open access journal, JHP also commits to the dissemination of knowledge in an equitable and transparent manner, helping to ensure that all voices are heard.


Instructions to Prepare your article:

Research articles should provide new insights into relevant research areas, present data-driven analyses, and offer novel solutions to common problems. Reviews should provide an in-depth overview of a chosen topic, including a critical synthesis of the literature and insights from the author's research experience. All manuscripts must be submitted in English and should not have been previously published elsewhere. Authors should follow the journal’s instructions for authors when submitting manuscripts. The journal adheres to ensure the highest standards of quality. 


Editorial Board:

The Editorial Board of JHP is composed of internationally renowned researchers in the area of human psychology. The Board covers a broad range of topics from developmental psychology to cognitive psychology, clinical psychology to social psychology, and educational psychology to health psychology. All Board members have substantial expertise, experience and knowledge in the field of psychology, enabling them to evaluate the quality of the research published in the journal. The Board supports and encourages the authors in meeting their academic goals by providing feedback and suggestions.



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