CPSYC 2022 Publication Opportunities

If your abstract had been accepted, and you presented the work at the conference (both Live-Stream and Virtual Presentations), you are encouraged to submit a full paper for inclusion in the European Proceedings of Psychology.

The CPSYC 2022 Conference Proceedings will be published online in a PDF and Epub format and will be available in digital format at the British Library Collection.

Once published, it will be submitted for evaluation and possible coverage in
 Web of Science Core Collection™ Conference Proceedings Citation Index - Social Sciences & Humanities (CPCI-SSH) and Google Scholar, and all issues are deposited in the CLOCKSS archive.

The EJSBS selects and publishes research in the social and behavioural sciences. 

The EJSBS is indexed in bibliographic databases, including PROQUEST, and all issues are deposited in the CLOCKSS archive. 

The EJSBS encourages submissions from academics seeking a widely read and internationally acknowledged journal to publish your work, especially younger academics who wish to find a platform to publish their work.

*The EJSBS is currently under evaluation for Web of Science Core Collection™.

Publication Process

For further information about on submission and review process, please visit CPSYC 2022 Abstract Submission Process.

Paper Categories

CPSYC 2022 accepts three types of papers described as follows:

Original research paper: An original article which includes quantitative, qualitative, or mixed method empirical research. A maximum length of 6000 words, including the abstract, figures, tables, reference list) which may be extended to 8000 words to incorporate the reviewers’ & editors’ comments. 

Empirical review paper: A paper that reviews with empirical evidence research that has been conducted in a particular area. A maximum length of 6000 words, including the abstract, figures, tables, reference list and supplemental material where applicable.

Case study paper: A paper that analyze in-depth a situation or person through quantitative methods. A maximum length of 6000 words, including the abstract, figures, tables, reference list and supplemental material where applicable.

Review Process

Your paper will undergo a final review outlined in Peer Review Criteria by a Programme Committee member. Final review notification will be sent to you by November 21, 2022.

Submissions must be written in internationally accepted, standard English to be considered for peer review.

CPSYC 2022 will not accept research papers, at that time of submission, are under review, accepted for publication in a journal or have already been published before. 

Submissions must follow the formatting guidelines of European Publisher’s EpPSY and be submitted in doc(x) through the Academics Institute conference management system. Submissions not adhering to the specified format and length may be rejected.

Papers submitted to CPSYC 2022 will undergo single-blind peer review where the reviewers’ identities are concealed from the authors throughout the review process.

The publisher follows Gold Open Access as publication model. Publication fee will be covered by the conference organizers. There will be no extra cost for authors for publication.

The CPSYC 2022 Proceedings will are available through “Gold Open Access” and bear Creative Commons License, CC BY-NC-ND license. In this model, the articles are immediately freely available online immediately and permanently for everyone to read, download and share. The copyright of the papers will remain with the authors.

Publication of the papers is predicated on the presentation (live-stream/virtual) of the paper at the conference at the time slot stated in the conference itinerary.