Now published eight times per year, Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS) is a collaboration from the Association for Research in Personality (ARP), the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP), the Society of Experimental Social Psychology (SESP), the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), and co-sponsored by the Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP) and Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP). The founding and sponsoring societies provide their membership with complimentary subscriptions, immediately giving the journal with a reach of over 7,000 scholars in social and personality psychology worldwide!
SPPS is a unique short reports journal in social and personality psychology. Its aim is to publish concise reports of empirical studies that provide meaningful contributions to our understanding of important issues in social and personality psychology. SPPS strives to publish innovative, cutting-edge, and impactful research. It is geared toward a speedy review and publication process to allow groundbreaking research to become part of the scientific conversation quickly. Articles cannot exceed 5,000 words (excluding references) and they may present new theory, new data, new methods, or any combination of these. Preferences will be given to articles that
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|Frequency:||Published 8 times a year||eISSN: 1948-5514||ISSN: 1948-5506|
|Months of Distribution:||January , March , April , May , July , August , September , November||Current Volume: 5||Current Issue: 2|
|Other Titles in:||Social Psychology | Personality | Psychology|