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PsyCh Journal, co-published by the Institute of Psychology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and John Wiley and Sons Australia, Ltd., is the first psychology journal from China to be published fully in English. The journal’s two-fold mission is to publish advanced research across all subdisciplines of psychological science, and to serve as a bridge between Chinese psychology and the rest of the world. Launched in 2012, the journal has been publishing four issues annually since 2014, and features full-length Original Articles, Review Articles, Special Reports, and Short Communications.
Current leadership is shared by the journal’s two Editors-in-Chief (EICs), Professor Ernst Pöppel of Germany and Professor Jianxin Zhang of China.The Editorial Board of the journal is comprised of 61 members from 24 countries and regions; additionally, there are five Short Communication editors from three countries. All have been invited to join as leading scholars in their research fields, and to increase the journal’s cultural diversity, invitations have included top scholars from countries and regions less visible in mainstream psychology literature.
In 2016, 1,484 institutions offered access to the latest content in the journal via either a Wiley License or a traditional (title-by-title) subscription. Wiley’s philanthropic initiatives extended low-cost or free access to current content to 3,797 developing world institutions. PsyCh Journal is indexed in Social Science Citation Index, Medline, PsycINFO, Scopus and other collections and databases. The content of PsyCh Journal can be accessed at Wiley library: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)2046-0260
Selective Special Collections published in PsyCh Journal in 2017：
Special Collection on Development of self-regulation in children