Applied Psychology Around the World (APAW)

Applied Psychology Around the World (APAW)

Volume 6, Issue 1, Peace Building

Volume 5, Issue 4, Voices of Early Career Applied Psychologists
Volume 5, Issue 3, Sustainable Consumption
Volume 5, Issue 2, Psychology in China, State of the Art
Volume 5, Issue 1, Competences in Psychology
Volume 4, Issue 4, Special Issue: Early Career Marathon
Volume 4, Issue 3, Special Issue: Ethics in Psychology
Volume 4, Issue 2, This works in my place!
Volume 4, Issue 1, Fellows of IAAP
Volume 3, Issue 4, Special Issue: Early Career Marathon
Volume 3, Issue 3, Work and Organizational Psychology During Covid
Volume 3, Issue 2, President's Update
Volume 3, Issue 1, Selected Abstracts for the Centennial Congress of Applied Psychology
Volume 2, Issue 3, Climate Change and Environmental Psychology
Volume 2, Issue 2, IAAP Task Force on Terrorism and Peace Building 
Volume 2, Issue 1, Centennial Issue: 100 Years of IAAP
Volume 1, Issue 3, Applied Psychology at the United Nations
Volume 1, Issue 2, Gender Equality and Applied Psychology
Volume 1, Issue 1, Young Researchers in Applied Psychology

The purpose of Applied Psychology around the World (APAW) is to share news and reports about applied psychology, especially through theme-based articles written by members of the International Association of Applied Psychology, that promote the science and practice of applied psychology around the world. APAW is a platform to facilitate interaction and dialogue among applied psychologists around the world.

Editors: Christine Roland-Lévy

How to Prepare Articles and News Items for APAW 

Authors may correspond with the Chief-Editor Christine Roland-Lévy. In the subject line of your email, enter the subject: “Submission for Publication in APAW”. All articles and news items for publication consideration should be submitted in electronic form only in a Word compatible file. Short papers are preferred. 

Please include, a short title, the list of authors, their e-mail address, institutions, and the corresponding author (to whom communications about the articles should be directed). Articles with references should follow the style of the American Psychological Association (author's name and date of publication parenthesized in the text) and all works cited should be listed alphabetically by author after the main body of the text. No space between paragraphs, no indentation, font should be Arial, size 11.

Figures (including color or black and white photos), if any, should be sized at least 4" x 5", at least 300 dpi resolution, and saved in a common graphic format (e.g., TIF, EPS, JPG, or PDF).

By submitting a paper or new items, authors imply confirmation that all listed authors have approved the text. Every submission is reviewed by the Editors for conformity to the overall guidelines and suitability for APAW. The copyright of all papers published in APAW is held by the IAAP.

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