Psychology & Society
Psychology & Society


Welcome to Psychology & Society

Psychology & Society is an online peer-reviewed and open access journal that focuses on how the social world shapes psychological functioning and vice-versa. The journal publishes theoretical, methodological and empirical work that contributes to the knowledge of how the social world and the psyche are intertwined, interrelated and interdependent. Submissions are encouraged to contribute to and/or critique the social and societal aspects of psychological and behavioral functioning. Such a broad aim allows for the journal to publish a variety of international and interdisciplinary perspectives, a multiplicity of methods and analytic techniques, as well as an array of epistemological and methodological frameworks. Similarly, submissions such as reviews, meta-analyses, original research, and theoretical/methodological contributions or critiques are welcome.

In addition to a standard peer review process, Psychology & Society invites readers to comment on and evaluate its articles. In the contents page of each issue you will find tabs associated with each article allowing you to submit an evaluation and/or comment. Evaluations, comments, and a hit counter are displayed for each listed article. We hope this feature provides a useful form of feedback and discussion for authors and readers.

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The Importance of Being Young
Valsiner, J.

It is a rare opportunity that one gets to write a preface to the set of accomplished scholarly works of one’s students who are still at the very beginning of their academic pursuits. Yet they not only do interesting work—they also publish it.


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Introduction to the Special Issue: Semiotic Mechanisms in Everyday Life
Carriere, K. R.

This introduction seeks to introduce the special issue for Psychology & Society on semiotic mechanisms. The goal of this issue is to propose a focus on the mechanisms that promote and control the process of meaning-making through a detailed, minute study of signs and their transformations both interindividually and intraindividually. A specific form of methodology – that of an idiographic, microgenetic approach – is used in the papers. The commentaries seek to elaborate and extend the ideas presented in the series from a global group of scholars.


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