Psichologija calls for papers on COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally altered many aspects of everyday life and work, with both short-term and presumably long-term effects. There are many potential ways that the science of psychology can contribute to the public good and enhance our understanding of how COVID-19 has affected children, youngsters and adults, families, employees and organizations, and communities in which they reside.
As fast scientific evidence can be the most useful for practice and policymaking, Psichologija invites brief reports and articles related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact.
The goal of this call is to understand education-, health-, work-, employment- and general wellbeing-related phenomena associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Although data collected before COVID-19 could be used for comparison purposes, we are interested in studies that expand our scientific understanding of the COVID-19 experience. We also expect that submitted papers will shortly discuss the implications of their findings beyond the current pandemic-related crisis.
The deadline for submitting brief reports and articles is the 30th of June 2021. We will inform the authors about acceptance by the 30th of July.
Detailed requirements for articles (accepted in Lithuanian and English) and brief reports (accepted only in English) can be found on the Psichologija website.