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Perspectives on Psychological Science is a journal indexed in SJR in Psychology (miscellaneous) with an H index of 125. It has a price of 2040 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 5,272 and it has a best quartile of Q1.

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A Duty to Describe

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A Mathematical Model Captures the Structure of Subjective Affect

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A New Social-Cognitive Developmental Perspective on Prejudice

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A Psychological Profile of the Alt-Right

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A Reply to Two Stylish Critiques: Response to Hunt (2008) and Mayer (2008)

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A Working Memory System With Distributed Executive Control

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Action's Influence on Thought: The Case of Gesture

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Analytic Review as a Solution to the Misreporting of Statistical Results in Psychological Science

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Applying the Theory of Successful Intelligence to Education - The Good, the Bad, and the Ogre: Commentary on Sternberg et al. (2008)

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Being Suspicious of the Sense of Ease and Undeterred by the Sense of Difficulty: Looking Back at Schmidt and Bjork (1992)

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Better, Stronger, Faster: Self-Serving Judgment, Affect Regulation, and the Optimal Vigilance Hypothesis

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Beyond the Correlation Coefficient in Studies of Self-Assessment Accuracy: Commentary on Zell & Krizan (2014)

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Brain Imaging, Cognitive Processes, and Brain Networks

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Breadth-Based Models of Women's Underrepresentation in STEM Fields: An Integrative Commentary on Schmidt (2011) and Nye et al. (2012)

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Bridging Psychological and Biological Science: The Good, Bad, and Ugly

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Causal Impact of Employee Work Perceptions on the Bottom Line of Organizations

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Changing the Context Is Important and Necessary, but Not Sufficient, for Reducing Adolescent Risky Sexual Behavior

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Culture and Judgment and Decision Making

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Emotion Feelings Stem from Evolution and Neurobiological Development, Not From Conceptual Acts: Corrections for Barrett et al. (2007)

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Enlarging the Societal Pie Through Wise Legislation: A Psychological Perspective

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Expanding the Toolkit or Changing the Paradigm

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From the Editor: Thank You and Good Bye

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Harnessing Our Inner Angels and Demons: What We Have Learned About Want/Should Conflicts and How That Knowledge Can Help Us Reduce Short-Sighted Decision Making

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How Can Decision Making Be Improved?

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