Multidisciplinary Psychology: A Journal of Collaboration

Aims and Scope

Aims and Scope

Welcome to the Multidisciplinary Psychology: Journal of Collaboration! Our journal is committed to fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange across diverse fields within the realm of psychology. We aim to provide a platform where researchers, practitioners, and professionals from various disciplines can come together to explore, discuss, and contribute to advancing psychological science and its applications.

Mission and Objectives:

Our mission is to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration and promote a holistic understanding of human behavior, cognition, emotions, and mental processes. We seek to encourage innovative research, critical thinking, and the integration of diverse perspectives to address complex psychological phenomena.


Multidisciplinary Psychology: A Journal of Collaboration encompasses a wide spectrum of topics, embracing the multidimensional nature of psychology and its intersections with other disciplines. We welcome original research articles, reviews, theoretical papers, empirical studies, case studies, and applied research that contribute to the following areas:

  • Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience: Investigating cognitive processes, neural mechanisms, perception, attention, memory, and decision-making.
  • Clinical and Counseling Psychology: Addressing mental health, therapeutic interventions, psychopathology, assessment, and counseling approaches.
  • Social and Cultural Psychology: Exploring social interactions, group dynamics, identity, cross-cultural studies, and the influence of culture on behavior.
  • Developmental Psychology: Examining psychological growth, lifespan development, cognitive and emotional changes across different life stages.
  • Educational and School Psychology: Studying learning processes, educational interventions, assessment methods, and psychological factors influencing educational outcomes.
  • Health Psychology: Investigating the psychological aspects of health, well-being, stress, coping, and health-related behaviors.
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Exploring organizational behavior, leadership, work motivation, job satisfaction, and workplace dynamics.
  • Positive Psychology: Focusing on human strengths, well-being, positive emotions, resilience, and flourishing.
  • Psychological Assessment and Measurement: Discussing innovative assessment tools, measurement techniques, and psychometric studies.
  • Interdisciplinary Collaborations: Encouraging contributions that bridge psychology with other fields such as analytics, business, marketing, political science, sociology, neuroscience, anthropology, education, medicine, and technology.