Inkblot, the Undergraduate Journal of Psychology, is opening up article submissions for their 7th issue! This is an excellent opportunity to be published in an undergrad academic journal. Inkblot accepts reviews, critiques, original research, and most papers written for classes in the realm of psychology. Submissions must be a maximum of 12 double-spaced pages, and each person may submit up to 2 articles.
Deadline: Sunday, December 31, 2017 at 11:59 PM
Send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org (.doc/.docx files only)
Submission guidelines can be found at: inkblotuoft.wordpress.com
Questions can be directed to Kayla at email@example.com
How does publishing a paper in an undergraduate journal benefit you?
- Helps improve your writing and research skills. You will get to work with a team of exceptional undergraduate editors, along with graduate and faculty advisors to improve your paper. This editing process will tremendously help improve your skills in writing coherent and engaging research papers.
- Become familiarized with the publication process. If you are considering graduate school, writing and publishing research papers makes up a significant component. Familiarizing yourself and going through the process at the undergraduate level makes it less daunting for when you have to publish during graduate school.
- Makes you stand out as a graduate school applicant. Publishing your research papers in an undergraduate journal demonstrates your writing skills and your dedication to take initiative in furthering your ambitions in psychology research. It’s also a great thing to note in graduate school applications!