Theory & Psychology is a
bi-monthly journal devoted to scholarship with a broad meta-theoretical
intent. It examines such issues as the conceptual frameworks and
foundations of psychology, its historical underpinnings, its relation
to other human sciences, its methodological commitments, its
ideological assumptions and its political and institutional
contexts. It fosters dialogue among psychologists and other
social scientists interested in psychological analyses.
Founded in 1991, Theory &
Psychology has grown steadily in both readership and
contributors from around the globe. A quarterly publication for
its first six years, the success of the journal led to its bi-monthly
appearance starting with Volume 7, 1997.
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NEW COVER: as of Volume 17, No. 1, Feburary 2007.