Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne publishes generalist articles in areas of theory, research, practice, education, and policy that are of interest to a broad cross-section of psychologists. The journal publishes systematic reviews (including meta-analyses) and literature reviews relevant to theory or research in basic and applied areas – for example, human and non-human neurosciences, cognitive, perception, history and theoretical systems, quantitative, developmental, social, personality, clinical, counselling, educational and school, industrial/organizational, community, as well as teaching and learning.
Original, empirical contributions are welcome if large-scale work is involved and the research is of direct relevance to the discipline as a whole.
Commentaries and articles discussing professional issues and case material illustrative of theoretical principles or professional problems are also appropriate. In all cases, the manuscript should be of relevance to a generalist audience and discuss implications for the field.
Manuscripts with direct relevance to the Canadian context are also welcome for submission; authors should ensure that the article speaks to the broad interest. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne accepts submissions in either English or French.
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Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne is published quarterly (February, May, August, November).
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I am a clinical scientist and associate professor at the University of Toronto, Canada. My research brings together multiple methodologies, including neuroimaging, behavioral genetics, cognitive and affective experimental psychology, and clinical assessment. The main aim of my research is to advance scientific knowledge in the causes, course and outcome, and treatment of psychosis and mood disorders.
Natacha Godbout, PhD, is Associate Professor at the Department of Sexology, University of Quebec in Montreal-UQAM, Canada, and director of TRACE-the TRAuma and CouplE research and intervention unit (natachagodbout.com). Her research and clinical work center on the impacts of childhood interpersonal trauma on adult psychological, sexual and relational functioning. One of the main functions of her research is to develop comprehensive models to understand interpersonal trauma, treat its effects and prevent its recurrence. Her awards include: the American Psychological Association’s Early Career Award for Outstanding Contributions to Research, Section on Child Maltreatment; the Canadian Psychological Association’s Trauma Stress Section Psychologist of the Year Award; and a Junior 1 and 2 Research Career Award from the Quebec’s Health Research Governmental Funds for her research program on interpersonal trauma. She has published over 75 referred articles, 1 book and 22 chapters. She is researcher at CRIPCAS-the Interdisciplinary Research Centre on Intimate Relationship Problems and Sexual Abuse, member of EVISSA-the Sexual Violence and Health Research Team, SCOUP a research team on Trauma, Couple and Sexuality, and GRIPA-the Research and Intervention Team on Mindfulness..
I am a social psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. I am a generalist who studies a variety of different research topics. My current research interests include the applying of quantitative methods (e.g., meta-analysis), as well as the examining of long-standing issues in methodology (e.g., demand characteristics).
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