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In order to be considered for the print journal and the online journal, pieces much be submitted by March 20, 2024

Our team will also accept online journal pieces up until June 3, 2024, and will resume accepting submissions next school year so that we can finish our current projects. 

Thank you for you understanding, and we look forward to reviewing your pieces!


Thank you for your interest in The Whitman Journal of Psychology. The Whitman Journal of Psychology has been accepting work submitted year-round by high school students worldwide since 1994. Before submitting your piece for review, please follow the guidelines below pertaining to your submission type. Your submission will be carefully considered by our editing team, and you will receive updates regarding your acceptance via email. We look forward to reading your work! 

manuscripts (apa 7)


Authors should prepare manuscripts according to the guidelines established in the Publication Manual of the American Psychology Association (7th ed.). The Journal reserves the right to modify accepted pieces to match the APA style. Manuscripts should be no longer than 20 pages and must include a list of references as well as parenthetical citations in accordance with APA style. It is suggested that manuscripts include the following sections: abstract, introduction, methods, results, and discussion. However, manuscripts are not limited to these sections. Submissions should also include a cover letter with the author’s name and email address as well as the author’s school affiliation, school grade, school address, and advisor’s name and email address. 


​​Please be sure to use academic and professional sources while conducting your research. Many university, public, and school libraries offer both printed and online sources from professional journals.

Podcasts should be related to psychology subjects that you believe are interesting and captivating to teenagers. Podcasts should be around 20 minutes with engaging questions that will further our listeners' knowledge on the specific psychology topic. The interviewee should be able to prove their credibility on the subject. Submissions should include name of interviewer, name of interviewee and proof of credibility, your school affiliation, your school grade, and your email address. Submissions should be fully completed and edited but subject to change. Podcast submissions can be solely audio or include video.

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