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If you have any questions about JPA,
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Email: jpa@psych.or.jp
Fax: +81-3-3814-3954

 

If you have any questions about JPA,
please fax or email to the address below.
Email: jpa@psych.or.jp
Fax: +81-3-3814-3954




Japanese Academic Societies Unite to Release a Joint Statement to Protect the Independence of the Science Council of Japan (December 2nd, 2020)


The Japanese Psychological Association



December 2nd, 2020
The Japanese Psychological Association

Japanese Academic Societies Unite to Release a Joint Statement to Protect the Independence of the Science Council of Japan

Japanese scholars have met the Prime Minister Suga’s decision to reject the candidacy of six humanities and social sciences scholars for the Science Council of Japan with grave concern. 226 academic societies in the humanities and social sciences in Japan issued a Joint Statement on November 6th. Since then, the number of co-signers has reached 310. On December 2nd, they issued the same statement in English, gave a press interview and appealed to scholars and citizens worldwide for support and cooperation.

The Science Council of Japan, which is a national academy and not a federation of academic societies, does not directly represent the interests of the societies. Nevertheless, the societies are deeply concerned with the issue as the Prime Minister’s rejection of appointment not only violates the independence of the Science Council of Japan but also further threatens academic freedom, autonomy and democracy in Japan.

As one of the societies that have co-signed the Joint Statement, hereby the Japanese Psychological Association releases the Joint Statement and also its own petition statement in English. Please send your supportive message to:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdG8c42G4jnqvV3WygBNkttnEAzIeB-UiHMcOMhtE-INn0z3w/viewform?usp=sf_link

Joint Statement by the Academic Societies of the Humanities and Social Sciences on the Refusal to Appoint Nominees as Council Members to the 25th Term of the Science Council of Japan

Petition: The Science Council of Japan “Request for Appointment of New Members for the 25th Term” (October 2, 2020)



Now accepting online submissions!

Online paper submission for the Japanese Psychological Research (JPR) is now available!


You are invited to submit your paper using either of the following websites:
English: https://jpa.iap-jp.org/jpr/


We recommend that authors refer to the following when writing a paper for Japanese Psychological Research.


If you have any questions about online submission, please email a message to: jpa@psych.or.jp
For more information on Japanese Psychological Research, please visit http://www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/jpr.



Revisions to Publications of the Japanese Psychological Association (November 14, 2015)

The Editorial Board of the Japanese Psychological Association (JPA) has decided to revise the categories of manuscripts to be accepted for publication.


Brief Report is added to categories of Japanese Psychological Research.


Original Article: In principle, research reports that present research problems, and results based on experiments, surveys, or case studies, and theoretical discussions, and clear conclusions (12 page limit).


Brief report: a brief report contains the following contents: (a) an additional examination of an already published report, (b) the discovery of a new fact, (c) a new important observation, (d) a report of a few cases, (e) results to be published quickly or (f) a report based on exploratory ideas (8 page limit).


Review: Reports that focus on recent major themes in psychology, explain primary research findings and problems and discuss the significance of current and future studies. Includes Invited Review, which are requested by the Editorial Board (24 page limit).


Executive Editor, JPA Editorial Board



All manuscripts submitted on and after April 1, 2011 should fall under these new categories. Please direct any questions to the JPA Editorial Office.