At Multidisciplinary Psychology: A Journal of Collaboration, our philosophy is deeply rooted in our commitment to fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and advancing the multifaceted field of psychology. We believe that the synergy of diverse perspectives and areas of expertise leads to innovative research and a richer understanding of human behavior and cognition.
Our Guiding Principles:
- Interdisciplinary Exploration: We embrace the diverse branches of psychology and their intersections with other fields. Our journal serves as a platform for scholars, researchers, and professionals to explore the multifaceted nature of psychology and its connections with various disciplines.
- Excellence and Rigor: We uphold the highest standards of excellence in scholarship. Our rigorous review process ensures that only well-designed studies, robust methodologies, and meaningful contributions find a place in our publications.
- Open Dialogue: We value open and constructive dialogue. Our journal encourages the exchange of ideas, theories, and findings, fostering a collaborative community dedicated to advancing psychological knowledge.
- Global Accessibility: We are committed to making valuable research accessible to a global audience. Our indexing in prominent databases ensures that our contributions reach researchers, practitioners, and students worldwide.
As we continue on this collaborative journey, we invite researchers, academics, and professionals to join us in pushing the boundaries of psychological science. Together, we can explore the intricate facets of human behavior, cognition, and emotions, and contribute to a holistic understanding of the human experience.
Join us in embracing the philosophy of multidisciplinary collaboration and the pursuit of excellence in psychological research.
Who Can Submit
Researchers, Academics, and Professionals from various fields and backgrounds are encouraged to submit their work to Multidisciplinary Psychology: A Journal of Collaboration. We welcome contributions from individuals who are passionate about advancing the field of psychology and its intersections with other disciplines.
Whether you are an experienced researcher, a dedicated academic, or a seasoned professional in the field of psychology, our journal offers a platform for you to share your insights, findings, and expertise. We believe in the power of collaboration and diverse perspectives, and we value the contributions of those who are committed to pushing the boundaries of psychological knowledge.
If you have conducted innovative research, developed novel theories, or have practical experiences that can contribute to the multidimensional nature of psychology, we invite you to submit your work to our journal. Our dedicated team of reviewers and editors looks forward to evaluating your submissions and helping you showcase your valuable contributions to our readership.
Join us in building a vibrant and collaborative community of scholars and professionals who are passionate about advancing psychological science and its practical applications.
General Submission Rules
Before submitting your work to Multidisciplinary Psychology: A Journal of Collaboration, please review the following general submission rules to ensure that your article aligns with our publication guidelines:
What We Can Publish:
- Original Research: We welcome original research articles that present novel findings and contribute to the advancement of psychological science.
- Reviews: We accept comprehensive reviews that provide valuable insights into existing research and synthesize knowledge in a specific area of psychology.
- Theoretical Papers: Theoretical papers that introduce new theories or offer innovative perspectives on psychological phenomena are encouraged.
- Empirical Studies: Articles reporting on empirical studies with sound methodologies and meaningful results are eligible for submission.
- Case Studies: We consider case studies that provide unique and instructive examples related to psychological practice and research.
- Applied Research: Submissions focusing on the practical applications of psychological research are encouraged.
What We Cannot Publish:
- Prior Publications: We do not accept articles that have been previously published in full or substantially similar form in other journals or publications.
- Plagiarism: Plagiarized content, including verbatim copying of text or ideas without proper attribution, is strictly prohibited.
- Unethical Research: Articles involving unethical research practices or violations of research ethics guidelines will not be considered.
- Conflict of Interest: Authors are required to disclose any conflicts of interest that could potentially influence the integrity or interpretation of their work.
- Non-Compliance: Submissions that do not adhere to our formatting and citation guidelines may be returned to authors for corrections.
We encourage all authors to carefully read and follow our submission guidelines and ethical standards to ensure the quality and integrity of the research published in our journal. Submissions that meet these criteria will be considered for publication in Multidisciplinary Psychology: A Journal of Collaboration.
If you have any questions or require further clarification on our submission rules, please do not hesitate to contact our editorial team. We look forward to receiving your contributions and advancing the field of psychology together.
To ensure consistency and clarity in the presentation of articles published in Multidisciplinary Psychology: A Journal of Collaboration, we adhere to the formatting guidelines established by the American Psychological Association (APA). Authors are expected to follow these requirements closely when preparing their submissions.
- Title Page: Include a title page with the title of the article, author names and affiliations, and corresponding author contact information.
- Abstract: Provide an abstract summarizing the main points of the article (150-250 words).
- Main Text: Organize the main text with clear sections, including Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion.
- References: Compile a reference list following APA citation style guidelines.
- Font: Use a 12-point, Times New Roman font throughout the manuscript.
- Spacing: Double-space all text, including references and footnotes.
- Margins: Set 1-inch (2.54 cm) margins on all sides of the document.
- Headings: Format section headings with bold text and follow APA guidelines for heading levels.
- Citations: Use in-text citations with author(s) and publication year for paraphrased or quoted material.
- References: List references in alphabetical order by author's last name, following APA style.
- Figures and Tables: Format figures and tables with clear captions and proper numbering.
We recommend that authors refer to the latest edition of the APA Publication Manual for comprehensive guidance on formatting and citation. Failure to adhere to these requirements may result in delays in the review process.
If you have any questions or need further clarification on the formatting guidelines, please feel free to contact our editorial team. Ensuring proper formatting enhances the readability and professionalism of your work in our journal.