There are some important updates that we would like to share related to your role as a reader or author:
JPU's new home
If you are reading this message, congratulations and welcome. This is the new home of JPU as we migrate from the older platform. While upgrading system is usually possible without necessarily removing the old data, this is not the case for our platform.
You would need to register for a new account in this page.
If you want to submit a new manuscript, you could do so in this page (click here) after you register for a new account.
If you have ongoing submissions, your submission is still being processed and you would be instructed to resubmit your ongoing work to this new system. The editor of your manuscript would give an instruction along with the editorial decision of your manuscript.
If you have an accepted manuscript, your article production is in process and will appear on this page once it is ready for publication.
JPU is now accredited in SINTA 2
We are pleased to announce that JPU is now nationally accredited in SINTA 2 by the Directorate General of Higher Education Ministry of National Education of the Republic of Indonesia per 29 May 2020. We thank the contribution of the authors, editors, reviewers, and supporting team in publishing and disemminating high quality work.
JPU introduces a wide range of manuscript types
As a part of our commitment to trigger faster dissemination of current knowledge, we are pleased to introduce four manuscript types: ORIGINAL RESEARCH, LITERATURE REVIEW, BRIEF REPORT, and COMMENTARY PAPER. Please click here to learn more about each manuscript type.
JPU introduces a new section for all manuscript types
To better reflect the scope and aim of our journal, JPU introduces a new, mandatory section for all manuscript types, called: "Impact and Implication in the Indigenous Context". In this short section (max. 100 words), author(s) are required to elaborate their findings/study insights in the indigenous context. This section will appear below the ABSTRACT section eventually in manuscripts published in future issues.
We believe this significant improvement will better support authors, readers, and communities in disseminating high quality works in the field of indigenous psychology.