Psychological Science in the Public Interest (journal)

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Psychological Science in the Public Interest  
Psychological Science in the Public Interest Journal Front Cover.jpg
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Psychol. Sci. Publ. Interest
Discipline Psychology
Language English
Edited by Elaine F. Walker
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
2000–present
Frequency Triannually
Indexing
ISSN 1529-1006
LCCN 00211689
OCLC no. 43619255
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Psychological Science in the Public Interest is a peer-reviewed academic journal of the Association for Psychological Science that is published three times a year by SAGE Publications.The reports published in this journal are available to the general public via the APS website. The current editor-in-chief is Elaine F. Walker (Emory University). Manuscripts are accepted by invitation only.

Scope[edit]

Psychological Science in the Public Interest reviews topics where psychological science may have impact on society. Some of the topics that have been addressed include the validity of projective techniques (such as the Rorschach Test), the impact of classroom size on student achievement, sex differences in science and math, enhancing the effectiveness of work groups and teams, the effects of bilingualism on the mind, connections between intelligence and health, and the psychological impact of disasters.

Past editors[edit]

Past editors-in-chief include Morton Ann Gernsbacher (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Stephen J. Ceci (Cornell University), and Robert A. Bjork (University of California, Los Angeles).

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