|WPE is a free, online journal for psychological research and reviews. It uniquely features immediate world-wide publications (in English), linked reviews of the research, a mailing list to discuss the research, and replies and updates by the authors. A Boolean search is available: It searches a summary of each article (the abstract) and the keywords as provided by the author(s).
|The focus of this journal is very broad: Research in the scientific study of Psychology in all its forms.
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published here requires the data used in the study to be available
for inspection by other scientists, according to the rules as set
forth in the current Ethics Codes and Style Manual of the American
Psychological Association. Some authors have proprietary data that
cannot meet this requirement, and so can post their article's title,
abstract, & keywords together with a URL or email address where
the full text can be found.
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have an electronic version available for emailing or downloading. These authors can
post their article's title, abstract, & keywords together with
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|For three centuries, scientific research journals have sent submitted articles to knowledgeable scientists for review prior to accepting the research for publication. This system of prepublication, anonymous peer review has some flaws, so WPE instead uses the system of postpublication signed reviews used by book chapters. WPE's system may not meet all authors' or readers' needs: see the Why I Started WPE and Editorial Policies statements.