Focus and Scope
Jurnal Psikologi Ulayat (JPU) [Indonesian Journal of Indigenous Psychology] is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that stands as a forum to facilitate communication, dissemination, and enhancement of ideas within scholars in the field of psychology and social sciences by showcasing high-quality work that acknowledges the relevance to the indigenous perspective. JPU is a scholarly outlet for publishing high-quality works of social scientists, including students, around the world whose studies are related to a wide range of psychological topics in the Indonesian context (which typically employs samples of Indonesian people). Manuscripts submitted to JPU must emphasize the indigenous insights, which reflects sociocultural values within the Indonesian context, in discussing the study implications.
Submissions of wide ranges of empirical research or scientific premises in psychology are welcome, with a particular interest of manuscripts featuring the cultural and cross-cultural aspects through comparative studies or the application of psychological principles or theories in certain cultural contexts. JPU accepts manuscripts from the following subthemes:
- Cultural Psychology,
- Social Psychology,
- Interpersonal Relationships,
- Individual and Group Dynamics within Organizational Settings,
- Developmental Psychology,
- Development of Psychological Instruments,
- Educational Psychology,
- Clinical Psychology,
- Political Psychology.
To encourage a rapid and varying approach of knowledge dissemination, JPU accepts four types of manuscripts: original research, literature review, brief report, and commentary paper.
All published manuscripts are registered with DOI.