About the Journal
The quarterly Psychological Studies is the oldest scientific quarterly (edited from 1956), an organ of the Comitee of Psychology (Polish Academy of Sciences) and the University of Social Sciences and Humanities. The Journal publishes original empirical studies, high quality review papers, scientific debates, and methodological contributions in all areas of basic and applied psychology.

Along with individual articles, from time to time, the journal publishes thematic issues prepared by invited editors. Submissions to Psychological Studies may be either in Polish or in English. Empirical contributions may be full length articles (not more than 40.000 characters, including spaces) or short research reports (not more than 20.000 characters, including spaces).

All manuscripts should be typed according to the guidelines set forth in the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Submitted manuscripts should not be submitted for consideration to another journal nor should they be published in whole or in part in any other journal.

All submissions to Psychological Studies and all editorial work should proceed online. For details of submission requirements, please read the Guide for Authors. Each paper will be reviewed by two independent reviewers. The quarterly Psychological Studies uses, as a default, a double-blind reviewing procedure (the name of the author(s) are unknown to the reviewers, the reviewers’ names are anonymous).