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British Journal of Social Psychology

Vol 56 (4 Issues in 2017)
Edited By: John Drury and Hanna Zagefka
Print ISSN: 0144-6665 Online ISSN: 2044-8309
Published on behalf of British Psychological Society
Impact Factor: 1.692
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The British Journal of Social Psychology publishes original papers in all areas of social psychology including:

• social cognition
• attitudes
• group processes
• social influence
• intergroup relations
• self and identity
• nonverbal communication
• social psychological aspects of personality, affect and emotion
• language and discourse

Submissions addressing these topics from a variety of approaches and methods, both quantitative and qualitative are welcomed. We publish papers of the following kinds:

• empirical papers that address theoretical issues;
• theoretical papers, including analyses of existing social psychological theories and presentations of theoretical innovations, extensions, or integrations;
• review papers that provide an evaluation of work within a given area of social psychology and that present proposals for further research in that area;
• methodological papers concerning issues that are particularly relevant to a wide range of social psychologists;
• an invited agenda article as the first article in the first part of every volume.

For specific submission requirements, please view the Author Guidelines

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