Review of General Psychology

Review of General Psychology Review of General Psychology  seeks to publish innovative, theoretical, conceptual, and methodological articles that cross-cut the traditional subdisciplines of psychology. The journal contains articles that advance theory, evaluate and integrate research literatures, provide a new historical analysis, and discuss new methodological developments in psychology as a whole. Review of General Psychology is especially interested in articles that bridge gaps between subdisciplines in psychology as well as related fields or that focus on topics that transcend traditional subdisciplinary boundaries. Authors are encouraged to write their manuscripts from the perspective of more than one subdiscipline and to review literature that spans at least two subdisciplines. Manuscripts are of particular interest to Review of General Psychology when they provide a provocative challenge to customary or prevailing views; intellectual risk-taking is encouraged. Articles devoted primarily to reporting new empirical findings are generally not appropriate for the journal.

The target audience for Review of General Psychology is those psychologists who appreciate both generalism as well as specialization and who share a vision of psychology as a unified discipline with common theoretical, methodological, and substantive values. Authors should prepare manuscripts according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) and submit them online. General correspondence may also be directed to the Editor's Office.

Editor: Gerianne M. Alexander, PhD

Texas A&M University
Associate Dean of Research
Professor of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts
College Station, TX 77843
Telephone: (979) 845-8541