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The Journal of
Performance Psychology

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The Journal of Performance Psychology is an online peer-reviewed journal committed to the dissemination of relevant and timely research in the field of performance psychology.

The Journal of Performance Psychology’s mission is to make performance psychology research and applied techniques accessible to a wide range of performance populations. Articles focus upon the research and application of performance psychology techniques with athletic, military, corporate, or fine arts populations, and incorporate practical suggestions that can be applied by leaders in each realm.

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Submission Guidelines

Mission

The Journal of Performance Psychology is an online peer-reviewed journal committed to the dissemination of relevant and timely research in the field of performance psychology. The JPP’s mission is to make performance psychology research and applied techniques accessible to a wide range of performance populations. Articles submissions should focus upon the research and application of performance psychology techniques with athletic, military, corporate, or fine arts populations, and incorporate practical suggestions that can be applied by leaders is each realm.

General Guidelines

There are no deadlines for submissions. The length of a manuscript can be up to 20 pages long including tables, graphs, and diagrams.

The Journal for Performance Psychology utilizes a blind review process. Submissions are reviewed by three or more reviewers, and final decisions are sent electronically, typically within three months. Manuscripts must be at a high professional standard free of spelling, formatting, and grammatical errors. Manuscripts with errors of spelling, formatting, or grammar will not be reviewed.

The article must be in APA format and be the original work of the author(s) not published in any other publication.

Cover Page

Include a cover page as a separate file attachment. To facilitate anonymous review, indication of authorship should appear only on this document, and should contain:

  • Title of paper
  • Names of authors
  • Academic departments or disciplines of authors
  • Institutional affiliations of authors
  • Positions of Authors
  • Mailing addresses
  • Email addresses
  • Telephone numbers

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Review Panel:

Doug Barba, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
National University

Ashley Samson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Dept of Kinesiology
Mental Performance Consultant, Matador Atheletics
California State University, Northridge

Bart Lerner, Ph.D.

Campus Academic Dean
West Coast University

Dr. Angela Breitmeyer

Associate Professor
Midwestern University

Dr. Chelsea Wooding

Assistant Professor
North Park University

Dr. Jennifer Schumacher

Assistant Director
Center for Enhanced Performance
USMA

Dr. Alessandro Quartiroli

Associate Professor
University of Wisconsin, Lacrosse