Journal of Human Psychology

Aims and Scope


In an era where mental health awareness is more critical than ever, the Journal of Human Psychology stands at the forefront of publishing empirical research, comprehensive reviews, and thought-provoking discussions on contemporary issues in psychology. We address the latest trends and challenges in the field, including digital mental health interventions, the psychology of aging, and the impact of environmental factors on psychological well-being. By fostering an interdisciplinary approach, we invite contributions that delve into the psychological aspects of cultural and ethical studies, organizational behavior, educational psychology, and beyond. Our journal is not just a repository of knowledge but a beacon for innovation, collaboration, and progress in understanding the vast landscape of human psychology.


Journal of Human Psychology, a premier peer-reviewed publication dedicated to advancing the understanding of the human mind and behavior. Our journal serves as a pivotal platform for researchers, clinicians, and scholars to explore the complexities of cognitive processes, emotional and social dynamics, and neurobehavioral mechanisms. With a commitment to excellence in research dissemination, we cover a wide range of topics from cognitive psychology, mental health and well-being, to cutting-edge neuroscientific discoveries. Our aim is to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application, making significant contributions to the field of psychology and offering insights into human behavior, therapy techniques, and psychological health.


Topics included but not limited to:


1. Core Areas of Psychology

  1. Foundational and Applied Psychology: Exploring cognitive processes such as memory, perception, and decision-making; clinical approaches including psychotherapy and psychopathology; and the dynamics of developmental, social, and personality psychology.
  2. Neuroscience and Behavioral Sciences: Delving into neuroscience, neuroplasticity, behavioral psychology, and evolutionary psychology to understand the biological bases of behavior.
  3. Cultural and Ethical Studies: Examining the influence of culture and ethics on psychological practice, including cross-cultural studies and ethical considerations in psychology.


2. Specific Psychological Domains

  1. Therapeutic and Counseling Approaches: Focusing on psychotherapy and counseling psychology, including behavior therapy and various counseling modalities.
  2. Interdisciplinary and Emerging Fields: Bridging cognitive neuroscience with AI, exploring quantitative psychology, community mental health, and the intersections between psychology and philosophy.


3. Contemporary Issues and Special Topics

  1. Digital and Technological Integration: Investigating the impact of digital technology on mental health, including virtual therapy, digital well-being, and neuromarketing.
  2. Genetics and Mental Health: Exploring the interplay between genetics, epigenetics, and psychology.
  3. Well-being and Mental Health: Addressing positive psychology, trauma, mindfulness, and the psychology of aging.
  4. Social and Cultural Dynamics: Understanding loneliness, social isolation, and the psychology behind conspiracy theories.
  5. Environmental Psychology and Sustainability: Studying the psychological aspects of environmental change and sustainability.
  6. Contemporary Issues: Discussing the psychology of pandemics, workplace psychological safety, and intergenerational trauma.
  7. Interdisciplinary and Emerging Fields: Covering quantum psychology, creativity, forensic implications, sports performance, and existential psychology.

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