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Please note: Cambridge University Press will cease publication of Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology on completion of Volume 14 / 2020. From the start of Volume 15 / 2021, the Journal will be published by SAGE. Please visit the new website at:

New submissions to Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology should continue to use the Journal’s online manuscript submission system — any future manuscripts accepted for publication will be published by SAGE. For details of Cambridge's growing Psychology programme in books and journals, please click here.

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  • No longer published by Cambridge University Press
  • ISSN: 1834-4909 (Online)
  • Editors: Ying-yi Hong Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, China, and Li Liu Beijing Normal University, China
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Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology is devoted to advancing psychological science by providing an international platform for timely dissemination of important research ideas and findings. Although the title of the journal mentions the Pacific Rim, it aims also to go beyond this regional focus, and publish high quality articles that address issues that challenge contemporary societies. The journal seeks to foster mutual capacity-building among the Pacific Rim regions in the research domain, and also to engage with North American and European perspectives. It is a general-interest journal that publishes articles demonstrating scientific excellence across the entire spectrum of psychological science. The journal publishes in fields including cognitive, social, developmental, educational, industrial, organizational, and health psychology, as well as cognitive neuroscience, and other related topics. The journal welcomes submissions, including empirical research articles, short reports, reviews, meta-analysis, replication and commentary, from any part of the world.

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