American Journal of Applied Psychology

Aims and Scope

American Journal of Applied Psychology (ISSN Online: 2328-5672, ISSN Print: 2328-5664) is truly international outlet for the scholarly dissemination of findings in applied psychology. The journal emphasizes the publication of original investigations that contribute new knowledge and understanding to fields of applied psychology. Articles are encouraged from all areas of applied psychology including, but not limited to, organizational, cross-cultural, educational, health, counseling, sport and environmental psychology.

The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:

  • Self-regulation
  • Emotions
  • Attitudes
  • Judgments and decisions
  • Learning
  • Work motivation
  • Work–family interface
  • Work stress, health and well-being
  • Positive work behaviors
  • Expertise and knowledge management
  • Performance measurement
  • Training and learning
  • Job attitudes, affect and emotions
  • Processes and effectiveness
  • Organizational interventions
  • Diversity in attitudes
  • Self-efficacy
  • Values
  • Social identity
  • Leadership
  • Personality traits and processes
  • Career development
  • Technology and work systems
  • Testing and personnel selection
  • Negative work behaviors
  • Goals
  • Performance management
  • Skill acquisition
  • Team development
  • Organizational design and change
  • Diversity in work behavior

Guidelines for preparing your manuscript can be found in the Manuscript Preparation Guidelines. Once your manuscript is ready, you may proceed to the Submission page to complete the process.