By Students : For Students
The Whitman Journal of Psychology is a non-profit, student-run publication. We collect submissions from high school students around the country and publish the most intriguing and well written submissions that we receive. We consider every submission and are always looking for new articles, so we encourage students to submit their work.
Submissions to the Journal are accepted year round. Experimental Reports and Literature Reviews within the field of psychology will all be considered for publication. The Journal also accepts black and white photo submissions for the cover as well for the inner folds of the current edition.
Please refer to the Submit page for submission requirements.
Note from the Faculty Advisor:
The editors of the Journal are Seniors at Walt Whitman High School located in Bethesda, Maryland. The students earned their position on the Journal through a highly competitive and selective process. In addition to their academic achievements in the AP Psychology class, those awarded a place on the editorial staff demonstrated a commitment to learning more about the field of psychology and helping other students to do the same. Some of our editors are currently enrolled in Abnormal and Social Psychology courses offered by our local community college.
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Thank you to all who submitted to the January 2017 Issue.
Submissions for the May 2017 issue are now open. Please see our submission page for details.
The Whitman Journal Of Psychology
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