When would you want to publish in broad multidisciplinary journals?
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- The broad multidisciplinary journals are suitable outlets for your research when your research is general enough to be of interest across different areas and subdisciplines of psychology.
- Annual Review of Psychology(Annual Reviews). This is the highest impact factor journal in psychology and covers all areas of psychology research and practice.
- Psychological Bulletin(APA). This journal focuses mainly on summarizing theories or empirical research of the utmost importance to the field.
- Psychological Review (APA). This journal focuses mainly on proposing new theoretical contributions of the utmost importance to the field, sometimes accompanied by supporting data.
- Psychological Science (APS). This journal focuses on concise analysis of new perspectives or developments (e.g., General Articles are 5,000 words), concise analysis of empirical data (e.g., Research Articles are 4,000 words), and is a suitable outlet for any research that has broad appeal to a wider audience.
- American Psychologist (APA). This is the official journal of APA and contains articles covering current issues in psychology of general interest.
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