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PsyPAG Quarterly

The Quarterly is an official publication of the Psychology Post Graduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG).

It is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal distributed to all psychology postgraduates in the UK.

The journal covers all aspects of Psychology and welcomes a wide range of manuscripts.

Scheduled publication frequency:

  • Quarterly


  • Abi Davis
  • Lucie Thomas
  • Ngozi Anyadike-Danes
  • Lucy Porter

For general enquiries please contact [email protected]

PDF downloads are available from www.psypag.co.uk/the-quarterly/ 

General Guidelines

Articles should be between 500-2000 words excluding references. Articles should have a maximum of 15 references.

Articles that do not adhere to these guidelines will be sent back to the author.

All articles should be submitted in Microsoft Word. The content, including tables, figures and references should all comply with the most recent American Psychological Association (APA) style guidelines.

You should also include your contact details (authors name, affiliation and e-mail address) at the end of each article.

To submit an article, please send as an e-mail attachment to: [email protected]

We accept the following types of articles:

Feature Articles and Discussion Papers:

Articles may cover a wide range of topics. Articles may describe a piece of original research; provide an overview of a theory, area of issue.

Research in Brief:

A short report of original research, often preliminary findings.

Big Interviews:

An interview with anyone connected with Psychology, usually written in a question and answer format.

Reflective Pieces:

Reflective pieces may observe events, human interactions and perspectives in the field of Psychology. We also welcome reflections on teaching practices.

Conference Reviews:

Provide an overview of a conference, outlining the main themes of the conference.

Departmental Reviews:

An overview of a department as well as research interests of the postgraduates.

Book and Software Reviews:

A review of books or software relevant to psychologists.

Hints and Tips:

Hints and tips that will be useful to postgraduates. For example, how to apply for funding; how to conduct systematic literature reviews or meta-analyses; statistical techniques.

Postgraduate Research in Brief:

This is a reference list of research that has recently been published by postgraduates within a particular area or department.

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