Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research (PJPR)
is published biannually by the National Institute
of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan.
Its first issue was published in summer, 1986. Since
then two issues, one in summer and the other in winter
have been appearing every year.
The Journal provides an outlet for fully documented
researches addressing educational, social, developmental,
and other areas of Psychology. Preference is given
to current empirical articles, which deal with the
application of psychological knowledge in understanding
the problems of national and international importance.
The Journal welcomes contributions from all corners.
However, participation from the developing countries
is eagerly sought in view of its under-representation
in research journals published in the West.
The PJPR maintains an international editorial board
of Consulting Editors belonging to different countries,
with expertise in a large number of areas. It employs
a double-blind reviewing process i.e., the authors
are not identified to reviewers and reviewers are
not made known to authors.
The contents of PJPR are being abstracted by the Proquest,
and in PsycInfo. Recently, it has been included in
the "List of Social Sciences Journals recognized
by Higher Education Commission, Pakistan".
For further information
please visit www.pjprnip.edu.pk