IJSPSY Abstracts 3.1
The International Journal of Studies in Psychology is a peer-reviewed, international (diversity) multidisciplinary research journal in psychological studies. The IJSPSY is peer-reviewed, online, and open-access (OA) three times a year. It is supported by an editorial board team comprising experts in all psychology disciplines from various countries. It is an international refereed e-journal and aims to propagate innovative research and eminence in knowledge. It has become a prominent contributor to research communities and societies. It is further making the bridge between research and development. The IJSPSY is a psychology publication in the Global Association of Educational and Research in Psychology. It relies on vast theoretical, practical, and thematically scholarly psychology, including unpublished research in human behavior issues. These include indigenous psychology, mental well-being, Community developmental psychology, educational psychology, psycholinguistics, and inclusive education.
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