BAOJ Psychology

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About the Journal

The BAOJ Psychology Journal develops psychological research of interest and application for the human condition around the globe. The journal serves as the channel for globally pertinent basic and applied research in systematic psychology. It publishes quality articles on Psychology written by leading psychologists in the world. The magazine covers all aspects of the domain, offering the latest developments in the field.

The journal of BAOJ Psychology acts as a comprehensive guide for professionals and researchers who deal with new developments and track innovative approaches. The periodical publishes articles on all topics of the domain in different formats, including:

  • Regular Empirical Articles
  • Brief Research Reports
  • Meta-analyses
  • Literature Reviews
  • Case reports and case series
  • Clinical images and presentations

It also includes special sections highlighting a specific thematic focus. The prominent goal of this journal of Psychology is to create relevance for a global readership.

The BAOJ Psychology journal publishes articles, which incorporate perspectives from diverse fields of psychology or relevant disciplines of the domain. It is also the handiest resource for those who research the role of social, physical, and cultural contexts in psychological procedures and results. The journal aims to put psychological thoughts together from different areas in the world. It publishes regular empirical articles, as well, providing readers with information on their specific needs.

The aim of the BAOJ Psychology journal is to promote "the developments, representations, and spread of psychology as a basic and applied science regionally, nationally, and internationally. All articles in the journal represent psychology comprehensively as a science and profession. All the published research articles of the journal undergo thorough checks and review to ensure their quality and genuineness. All of them are based on first editor screening, anonymous assessment of the content, and merit. This quality policy makes the journal the most sought-after resource among world-renowned Psychologists, researchers, and readers who want to know all aspects of Psychology.

Impact Factor: 1.4
  • Analytical Psychology
  • Behavioral Genetics
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Cognitive/Cognitivism
  • Criminal Psychology
  • Cultural Psychology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Evolutionary Psychology
  • Humanistic Psychology
  • Love Psychology
  • Medical Psychology
  • Music Psychology
  • Neuro Psychology
  • Positive Psychology
  • Reverse Pyschology
  • Social Psychology
  • Spritual Psychology
  • Yoga Psychotherapy

Latest Articles

A case report of usher's syndrome with autistic spectrum disorder: Challenges in diagnosis and management

Usher's syndrome is is a rare genetic disease that affects hearing and vision. It is defined by the association of sensorineural hearing loss and visual impairment due to retinitis pigmentosa [1]. The prevalence of Usher's syndrome ranges from 3.2 to 6.2 per 100,000 [2]. It may be associated with various psychiatric disorders [3]. Inability of communication through...

Religious Apologist Rhetorical Inventions in a Legal Context

Indeterminacy arose when the speaker had to develop his religious apologist rhetorical inventions in legal context. He negotiated through this indeterminacy by appealing to pathos. Though he brought the weight of his Biblical and theological world to bear upon his rhetorical acts, he still managed ...

Non-Direct Dictation and Non-Direct Deductive Techniques in Teaching Sentence Subject-Verb Agreement Rules

This research aimed to examine the effectiveness of non-direct dictation technique as compared to non-direct deductive technique in teaching sentence subject-verb agreement rules. The findings reveal that the technique was not that effective in teaching the rules, though it may have potentials for use. ...

Personality Style and Cessation of Deliberate Self-Harm among Students of Color: A Natural History

The current study investigated the role of personality traits, motivations, and cessation methods of deliberate self-harm (DSH) among students of color who had ceased self-harm for at least one year. Survey data was collected from 27 undergraduate students. While the majority of respondents (60%) did not seek ...