We are a publication dedicated to the promotion and advancement of undergraduate research in the field of psychology. As a publication exclusive to undergraduates, we aim to introduce undergraduate students to the peer-review process: from manuscript submission to editing, collaboration and finally publication. In order to accommodate for a wide range of emerging topics in the field, we accept undergraduate research from the following subfields: developmental psychology, social psychology, clinical psychology, IO psychology, cognitive psychology, psychometrics and neuropsychology, cultural psychology, and other promising research topics at the cusp of cross-sectional study in psychology with other disciplines.
As a peer-reviewed journal that showcases the latest innovations and advancements in the field of psychology, the Journal of Psychological Undergraduate Research at Baruch is a resource to anyone in the research process. It will support undergraduate research in psychology, encourage the exchange of new ideas and knowledge within this domain, and encourage collaboration between psychology researchers in the New York City area.