Journal of School and Educational Psychology (JOSEP) is an international and open-access journal oriented toward publishing high-quality papers in the area of the school and educational psychology and publishes original, primary psychological research pertaining to education across all ages and educational levels. The JOSEP presents research on intervention mechanisms and approaches; schooling effects on the development of social, cognitive, mental health, and achievement-related outcomes; assessment; and consultation. Papers reflect theory, research, and the practice of school and educational psychology.
Editor-in-Chief: Gökmen Arslan, Burdur Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, Turkey and Centre for Wellbeing Science, University of Melbourne, Australia
Journal of School and Educational Psychology, which is published two times a year, publishes original empirical and theoretical articles and critical reviews of the literature on research and practices relevant to psychological and behavioral processes in school settings. The JOSEP offers articles reflecting high-quality academic research in the field as well as examples of proven best practices.
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