Journal of Abnormal Psychology

The Journal of Abnormal Psychology is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the American Psychological Association. The journal has been in publication for 125 years, and it is considered to be a "preeminent outlet for research in psychopathology."

The Journal of Abnormal Psychology addresses the following major areas of focus :

  1. psychopathology (etiology, development, symptomatology, and the course)
  2. normal processes in abnormal disorders
  3. pathological or atypical features of behavior of normal individuals
  4. experimental studies (with human or animal subjects) relating to the abnormal emotional behavior or pathology
  5. sociocultural effects on pathological processes (gender, ethnicity)
  6. tests of hypotheses from psychological theories that relate to abnormal behavior

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