Aims and Scope

Aims and Scope

Educational psychology is a branch of psychology concerned with the scientific study of human learning. The study of learning processes, from both cognitive and behavioral perspectives, allows psychology researchers to understand individual differences in intelligence, cognitive development, affect, motivation, self-regulation, and self-concept, as well as their role in learning.

The main aim of the Journal of Educational Psychology Studies (JEPS) is to publish original, primary psychological research pertaining to education across all ages and educational levels. The second aim of the JEPS is to publish exceptionally important theoretical and review articles, empirical and methodological papers, experimental studies, observations of classroom behaviors, interviews, and surveys that are pertinent to educational psychology. It also aims to publish peer-reviewed articles representing theory, research, and practice relevant to practicing educational psychologists. Important criteria in the selection process are quality of argument and execution, clarity in presentation, and educational significance.

The Journal of Educational Psychology Studies (JEPS) publishes psychological studies that make a significant contribution to the understanding and practice of education as well as advance the field in terms of theory related to educational psychology. The Journal of Educational Psychology Studies (JEPS) is a forum for publishing peer-reviewed integrative research articles, review articles, special thematic issues, reflections or comments on previous research or new research directions, interviews, replications, and intervention articles pertaining to the field of educational psychology. All publications provide a breadth of coverage appropriate to a wide readership in educational psychology and sufficient depth to inform specialists in that area.

This publication publishes valid articles in the following areas:

- Educational psychology.

 - Academic achievement.

- Adolescent psychology.

- Child psychology.

- Developmental psychology.

- Educational guidance.

- Educational psychosociology.

- Learning processes.

- Psychopedagogy. 

- Suggestopedia.

- Teaching in secondary schools and high schools.

- Student needs analysis.

- Individual Factors in Education.

- Self-regulation learning.

- Measure and measure education.

- Curriculum.

- Teaching children with special needs.