Applied Psychology (Journal)

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Andreas Hirschi - Reviewer

Ad-hoc-reviewer for Applied Psychology: An International Review (Wiley)

The Journal seeks to publish work that develops, tests, or advances applied psychology theory, research, and practice. Articles should have well-articulated and strong theoretical foundations. Topics appropriate for Applied Psychology include organizational behavior, leadership, cross-cultural psychology, work motivation, psychological assessment and evaluation, performance measurement, training, job attitudes, career development, negotiation and conflict resolution, work stress, organizational design and intervention, consumer behavior, national development, group, environmental, educational, economic, political, developmental, health, sport, and traffic psychology. All of the articles published in the journal are reviewed. They are evaluated according to the following criteria: (a) significance of contribution, (b) adequacy of research method, (c) appropriateness, and (d) clarity of presentation. Particularly invited are article that advance our understanding of applied phenomena across different national and cultural contexts that stimulate debate and discussion.
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