Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied®
The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied® publishes original empirical investigations in experimental psychology that bridge practical problems and psychological theory.
Review articles may be considered for publication if they contribute significantly to important topics within applied experimental psychology, but the primary focus is on original experimental investigations conducted in laboratory or field settings.
While articles on applied questions in perception, memory, decision making, learning, attention, and human performance have traditionally been more prevalent, research from any area of applied experimental psychology is very much welcomed and may include investigations from fields as diverse as abnormal, cognitive, developmental, educational, forensic, health, human factors, social, organizational or sport psychology.
Articles may range from reports of multiple experiments to briefer reports of single studies, but should report decisive results and offer theoretical and applied insights.
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