Research conducted by psychology students and their supervisors under the umbrella of the programme has been presented to academics as well as other psychology students from across Europe through multiple dissemination channels. Several of these are oral and poster presentations within the programme events, such as the JRP Conference as well as at various events throughout the year plus an increasing number of full publications.


Partnership with Frontiers in Psychology

During the course of the JRP calendar, the six research groups that are initiated via the jSchool submit Work in Progress (WiP) papers of their research to our partner journal, Frontiers in Psychology. The WiPs are short methodology papers that outline the steps undertaken by research groups in developing and carrying out a research project in the context of low-resource, independent, student-driven, cross-cultural research. In line with the Frontiers standard, all WiPs go through a rigorous peer-review process where all reviewers are entirely independent from JRP and are full-time postdoctoral researchers.

Recognition in The Lancet Global Health

We are not the only ones who seem to think that the WiPs partnership is a useful idea. One of the world’s top medical journals, The Lancet Global Health, thinks so too and recently published a paper that advocates establishing similar partnerships which could help research in less-advantaged areas. Check it out…


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