As a multidisciplinary forum, recognizes that all forms of violence and aggression are interconnected and require cross-cutting work that incorporates research from psychology, public health, neuroscience, sociology, medicine, and other related behavioral and social sciences.Research areas of interest include: Prior to submission, please carefully read and follow the submission guidelines detailed below.Prospective authors are welcome to direct inquiries regarding these instructions, potential paper topics, journal policy, or manuscript preparation to the Editor, Sherry Hamby. Review APA's Checklist for Manuscript Submission before submitting your article.
Authors of accepted articles will be required to complete APA's Publication Rights form and Full Disclosure of Interests form.
All studies involving human participants or animal subjects must also adhere to the Ethical Principles of the American Psychological Association.
Keep a copy of the manuscript to guard against loss.
If you encounter difficulties with submission, please email the Peer Review Coordinator, Sarah Dedej.
Additional guidance on APA Style is available on the APA Style website.
Below are additional instructions regarding the preparation of display equations, computer code, and tables.
Manuscripts should normally be no more than 30 double-spaced manuscript pages, inclusive of front matter, references, tables, and figures.
Both quantitative and qualitative research will be considered.
Authors should verify in their cover letter that manuscripts submitted to have not been published previously and are not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
The cover letter should also describe how the manuscript relates to other publications, if any, based on the same dataset.
Below is a list of state-sponsored scholarships and grants.