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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology is a journal indexed in SJR in Sociology and Political Science and Social Psychology with an H index of 416. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,799 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,799.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: social, behavior, group, models, orientation, categorization, personality, moderator, selfesteem, everyday, ...

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Aims and Scope

social, behavior, group, models, orientation, categorization, personality, moderator, selfesteem, everyday, interpersonal, childreneffects, correlates, copying, congruence, cohesion, cognitive, advanced, category, bargainers, back, avoidance, authenticity, asymmetrieschoice, assimilation, assigned, assertive, acceptance, activities,

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