Journal of Social and Political Psychology

The Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal (without author fees). It publishes articles at the intersection of social and political psychology from different epistemological, methodological, theoretical, and cultural perspectives and from different regions across the globe that substantially advance the understanding of social problems, their reduction, and the promotion of social justice. For more information see Focus and Scope. Please register if you are interested in being notified about new publications once they are posted online.

Please find here a list of past, current, and upcoming Special Thematic Sections.

JSPP is indexed in PsycINFO, Scopus, PubPsych, OpenAIRE, DOAJ, BASE, Google Scholar, CNKI Scholar, and Genios.



Special Thematic Section on "Rethinking Health and Social Justice Activism in a Post-Liberal World"

We invite submissions to a special thematic section on "Rethinking Health and Social Justice Activism in a Post-Liberal World"...  
Posted: 2017-05-10 More...

Ongoing Series on "Decolonizing Psychological Science"

The editors of JSPP are happy to announce that they continue to invite submissions for an ongoing series of articles on the topic of "decolonizing psychological science"...  
Posted: 2015-11-06 More...
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Vol 5, No 2 (2017)

Issue in progress: Articles will be added continuously as soon as they are finalized.

Table of Contents

Original Research Reports

Does Money Change Political Views? – An Investigation of Money Priming and the Preference for Right-Wing Politics PDF HTML
Johannes Schuler, Igor Ivanov, Michaela Wänke 396-414
Shame on Me? Shame on You! Emotional Reactions to Cinematic Portrayals of the Holocaust PDF HTML
Johannes Kopf-Beck, Felix Gaisbauer, Susanne Dengler 367-395
Sharing Values as a Foundation for Collective Hope PDF HTML
Niki Harré, Helen Madden, Rowan Brooks, Jonathan Goodman 342-366

Special Thematic Section (in progress) on "Collective Memories and Present-Day Intergroup Relations: A Social-Psychological Perspective" (guest-edited by Ana Figueiredo, Borja Martinovic, Jonas Rees, & Laurent Licata)

It’s About Valence: Historical Continuity or Historical Discontinuity as a Threat to Social Identity PDF HTML
Jenny Roth, Michaela Huber, Annkatrin Juenger, James H. Liu 320-341
Collective Nostalgia Is Associated With Stronger Outgroup-Directed Anger and Participation in Ingroup-Favoring Collective Action PDF HTML
Wing-Yee Cheung, Constantine Sedikides, Tim Wildschut, Nicole Tausch, Arin H. Ayanian 301-319
Endorsing Narratives Under Threat: Maintaining Perceived Collective Continuity Through the Protective Power of Ingroup Narratives in Northern Ireland and Cyprus PDF HTML
Anouk Smeekes, Shelley McKeown, Charis Psaltis 282-300

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