BPS journals OLD

Access to BPS Journals and a host of other online resources will soon be changing to be via PsychSource. Developed in partnership with Wiley-Blackwell, the PsychSource web portal will provide a single access point to a host of BPS resources, including journals, books, multimedia, and more. It will be searchable and personalisable, making it a convenient way to take advantage of the ever-growing number of resources provided by the Society. Look out for changes to the Publications area of the website!

BPS Journals form an essential part of the Society’s aim to advance and disseminate psychological knowledge. Teaming up with Wiley-Blackwell, we have formed a publishing partnership with the aim of achieving our full potential and better serving BPS members.The partnership publishes the 11 BPS journals:

  • British Journal of Psychology
  • British Journal of Clinical Psychology
  • British Journal of Developmental Psychology
  • British Journal of Educational Psychology
  • British Journal of Health Psychology
  • British Journal of Social Psychology
  • Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice
  • British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology
  • Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
  • Legal and Criminological Psychology
  • Journal of Neuropsychology

Soon access to our 11 journals and 32 other titles published by Wiley-Blackwell will be via PsychSource.

This will provide a single access point to all BPS/Wiley-Blackwell resources including: full-text journal articles, journal abstracts, BPS Blackwell books and multimedia content.

PsychSource is fully searchable and personalisable according to Member interests making it a convenient way to take advantage of the ever-growing number of resources provided by the Society. Look out for changes to the Publications area of the website

How to subscribe

Information for BPS Members on how to subscribe to printed editions of our journals.

To subscribe as a non-member or institution, visit the Wiley Online Library.

Our members get free access to journals online

Information for BPS members to gain free online access through Wiley-Blackwell.

Special issues and monographs

An insight to our special issues and monographs, including information on how to buy these publications.

Evidence Based Mental Health

Evidence Based Mental Health is a journal published by the Society in partnership with The Royal College of Psychiatry, and BMJ.

How to propose a new journal

Essential information on how to propose a new journal.

How to become a reviewer

For qualified psychologists wishing to be considered as a journal reviewer.

Copyright information

Essential copyright Information for authors of papers accepted for publication in BPS Journals.

Permission request

How to request permission to republish material from BPS Journals.

Editor vacancies

Information on editor vacancies for a range of BPS Journals.

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