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New Ideas in Psychology is a journal for theoretical psychology in its broadest sense. We are looking for new and seminal ideas, from within Psychology and from other fields that have something to bring to Psychology. We welcome presentations and criticisms of theory, of background metaphysics, and of fundamental issues of method, both empirical and conceptual. We put special emphasis on the need for informed discussion of psychological theories to be interdisciplinary. Empirical papers are accepted at New Ideas in Psychology, but only as long as they focus on conceptual issues and are theoretically creative. We are also open to comments or debate, interviews, and book reviews.

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  • Publication frequency: 3 per year
  • Language: English
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Volume 27 (2009)Edit

  • Maraun, M., Gabriel, S., & Slaney, K. (2009). The Augustinian methodological family of psychology. New Ideas in Psychology, 27, 148-162. Full text (Final draft)

Volume 26 (2008)Edit

Volume 25 (2007)Edit

  • Bickhard, M. H. (2007). Language as an interaction system. New Ideas in Psychology, 25, 171-187. Full text

Volume 24 (2006)Edit

Volume 23 (2005)Edit

Volume 22 (2004)Edit

  • Pritchard, D., & Smith, M. (2004). The Psychology and Philosophy of Luck. New Ideas in Psychology, 22, 1-28. Full text (Corrected proof)
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