The Journal of Human Psychology (JHP) is an international, open access, peer-reviewed publication aimed at advancing the knowledge of psychology as it relates to human behaviour. It focuses on the biological, psychological, and social factors that influence behaviour and mental states. The journal fosters the exchange of ideas between researchers and practitioners to improve our understanding of the psychological functioning of humans. JHP encompasses a variety of topics related to psychology, including cognitive processes, neuroscience, developmental psychology, personality, and psychotherapy.
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Journal of Human Psychology is a comprehensive, peer-reviewed journal that helps disseminate original research work, having a unique aspect of covering many areas which contributes to providing an awareness of research studies of scientists around the globe.
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JHP equips the authors with an efficient, easy to manage and advanced online editorial manager (Manuscript Zone). It is a hassle free process and you need a very little technical knowledge to use it. It is so user friendly and the detailed tutorial will guide you more smoothly incase if you need any further assistance.
Peer review is the most essential process of our Journal. Quality is our motto and it is achieved only by a rigorous process of peer review.
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