APA Journals now publishes Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology explores the relationships between peace and conflict at all levels of analysis, from interpersonal to community to regional and international issues. Published quarterly, this multidisciplinary journal features empirical, theoretical, clinical and historical research, as well as book reviews, and welcomes manuscripts from psychologists and scholars of related disciplines from around the globe.
Susan Opotow, PhD, professor of sociology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, edits the journal. Dr. Opotow’s research focuses on the social psychology of conflict and injustice, looking at the intersection of conflict, justice and identity as they give rise to moral exclusion – seeing others as outside the scope of justice and as eligible targets of discrimination, exploitation, hate or violence.
Members can access all previously published Peace and Conflict volumes and new issues (beginning with Volume 18, Issue 1) and get more information about the journal, including instructions on how to submit a manuscript, on the journal’s website.
In addition to print, APA provides electronic access to the journal through PsycARTICLES®, APA’s full-text electronic database.