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Focus and Scope
Indonesian Journal for The Psychology of Religion (ISSN 2774-2113 [printed]; 2775-5479 [online]) is a biannual journal that publishes excellent research papers explaining the effect of religion among the Indonesian people. We accept original empirical research papers, literature reviews, or commentaries on relevant issues. Author(s) are encouraged, not only to explain and discuss findings on the behavior of Indonesian believers, but also to compare them with studies from other countries or different cultures. Additionally, we also encourage author(s) to analyze various religious behaviors around Indonesia or between different religious affiliations in Indonesia, and give insights into the behavior of Indonesian believers.
To encourage more rapid and varying approach of knowledge dissemination, IJPR accepts three types of manuscripts: original research, literature review, and commentary paper.
All published manuscripts are registered with DOI.