Journal of Psychology

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Journal of Psychology
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description Trade journal
Area of ​​Expertise psychology
publishing company Psychosocial Publishing House
First edition 1992
Frequency of publication two times a year
editor Andrea Birbaumer, Martin Dege, Hans Peter Mattes , Günter Mey , Aglaja Przyborski , Paul Sebastian Ruppel, Ralph Sichler, Thomas Slunecko , Irene Strasser
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The Journal für Psychologie (JfP) is a scientific journal that has been published since 1992 with the focus on psychology and psychological practice. It has been available in Open Access since 2007 . Since 2017, the magazine has also been published again in the form of a printed edition.

JfP and NGfP

The JfP is the journal of the New Society for Psychology (NGfP) and at the same time a forum for scientists and practitioners close to it . The NGfP and the magazine were founded in Berlin in 1991.

Aims of the JfP

The JfP aims to create a social, cultural and humanities counterbalance to those currents in psychology that are largely based on scientific models of thought and research methods . The aim is to further develop a discursive, critical and reflective scientific understanding of psychology , to support problem-oriented and socially responsible research and practice and to enable a renewal of the humanities, cultural and social science orientation of psychology.

The Journal für Psychologie has been operated as an open access journal since 2007 , in which all articles are freely accessible as full texts. Since 2017, the issues of the Journal für Psychologie have been published in print in addition to the digital open access issue.

List of current publishers

Former editor

  • Elisabeth Beck-Gersheim, Munich (1993)
  • Jarg Bergold, Berlin
  • Gerd Jüttemann , (1992-2010)
  • Helmut Lück , (1992-2010)
  • Heidi Möller (1997-2009)
  • Angelika Fass, Schnackenburg (1993–1997)
  • Walter Herzog, Bern (2004–2006)
  • Eva Jaeggi , Berlin (1993-2006)
  • Christoph Klotter , Berlin (1997-2001)
  • Thomas Krauss, Schnackenburg (1993–1997)
  • Heiner Legewie , Berlin (1993)
  • Thomas Leithäuser , Bremen (1996-2008)
  • Uwe Laucken, Oldenburg (2004-2006)
  • Thomas Mayer, Nuremberg (2007–2008)
  • Hans-Jürgen Seel, Nuremberg
  • Birgit Volmerg, Bremen (1993-2006)
  • Günter Zurhorst, Berlin (1993-2008)
  • Barbara Zielke, Nuremberg

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Website of the Psychosozial-Verlag , as of April 17, 2018