Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science (JIPS)
Published by Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang
Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science (JIPS) is a publishing forum to promote original research articles, theoretical articles, empirical studies, case studies and systematic literature reviews in psychological topics. This journal is designed and devoted to lecturers, researchers, psychologists, and teacher-educators, university students (Master's and Doctoral) who want to publish their research reports or their literature review articles. Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science was first published in December 2021 by Psychology UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang. Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science collaborates with Asosiasi Psikologi pendidikan Indonesia (APPI). Which provides editorial members, peer reviewers, and authors. Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science is a peer-reviewed and open-access journal that publishes quantitative empirical research and/or qualitative research on psychology and other relevant fields. This journal is indexed on Google Scholar and Portal Garuda. Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science is published in June and December. Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science accepts current research articles that have the potential to make a significant contribution to the exploration and development of psychological sciences. Articles submitted to this journal should present a well-thought-out study design, appropriate data analysis, and interpretation. The Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science (JIPS) publishes peer-reviewed articles which provide detailed assistance for Authors to reach publication. It publishes research reports and scientific papers in psychology and/or related sciences which aim to advance science, knowledge, and theory of psychology. Journal of Indonesian Psychological Science accepts manuscripts of both academic and professional applied research (theoretical and/or empirical) that emphasize the novelty and originality of studies.