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The Journal of Genetic Psychology

Research & Theory on Human Development

Publisher: Routledge

ISSN: 0022-1325 (Print), (Online)

Volume: 172

Publication Frequency: 6 issues per year

Free Access (expires 12/31/2014) The Development of Prosocial Behaviors in Young Children: A Prospective Population-Based Cohort Study

Free Access (expires 12/31/2014) Adult Age and Gender Differences in Perceptions of Facial Attractiveness: Beauty is in the Eye of the Older Beholder

Free Access (expires 12/31/2014) Parental Attitudes, Attachment Styles, Social Networks, and Psychological Processes in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Aim & Scope

5-Year Impact Factor: 1.333
© 2013 Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports® for 2012 ranks The Journal of Genetic Psychology in Psychology, Developmental, Psychology, Multidisciplinary, and Psychology.

Aims and Scopes. The Journal of Genetic Psychology is devoted to research and theory in developmental psychology across the life span. We accept submissions in the areas of educational and cross-cultural comparative psychology if they are developmental in nature. The major thrust of the journal is empirical research and the exposition and criticism of theory; however, applied and descriptive articles are occasionally accepted, as are briefly reported replications and refinements, selected book review essays, and reviews of the literature. Prospective authors may submit a manuscript as a Brief Report. Brief Reports are limited to 10 double-spaced manuscript pages including the abstract, text, references, and all figures and tables. The maximum page length for all other submissions is 35 double-spaced manuscript pages including the abstract, text, references, and all figures and tables.
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