About the Journal
Journal of Adolescent and Youth Psychological Studies is a scientific open access peer-reviewed journal publishing original articles, reviews, short communications and scientific reports of a high scientific and ethical standard in psychology, counseling and related academic disciplines. This journal is published in the English language by the KMAN Publication Inc.. It covers all the scientific subjects including family, educational, occupational, rehabilitation counseling and psychotherapy and other areas related to youth psychology and counseling.
This journal publishes articles in the following fields:
- Counseling and adolescent psychology
- Youth psychology and counseling
- Educational psychology and counseling (educational field)
- Occupational, educational psychology and counseling of young people
- Educational psychology and counseling (educational sciences)
- General and psychological health of teenagers and the young population
- Topics related to the training of school administrators and teachers
- Counseling and psychology of marriage and family
- E-ISSN: 2981-2526
- Director-in-Charge: Dr. Nadereh Saadati
- Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Ahmad Abedi
- Publisher: KMAN Publication Inc. (KMANPUB)
- Contact email: email@example.com / aypsjournal@Gmail.com
- Open access: YES
Open Access Statement
Journal of Adolescent and Youth Psychological Studies (JAYPS) is committed to immediate and real open access for academic work. All the original articles, technical briefs and review papers published in this journal are free to access immediately from the date of publication.
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