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Journal of Managerial Psychology (JMP) has a unique focus on the social impact of managerial psychology and concerns itself with the wider aspects of human resource management derived from the application of psychology theory and practice. The aim is to promote a dialogue between theory and practice, and to disseminate high quality quantitative and qualitative research to student and practitioners of management, psychology and allied fields.
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JMP prides itself on producing high quality, innovative and impactful special issues as it continues to pioneer the field of managerial psychology. Special issues over the past 18 months include:
JMP positions itself at the leading edge of developments in psychological knowledge as applied to managing and organizing. It encourages novel discourse and the application of theory, aiming to provide a bridge to practice based on solid foundations of credible research.
While practicing the applied scholarship of psychology, the journal welcomes input from aligned disciplines such as sociology, anthropology and the health sciences which help highlight psychologically related issues applied to management.
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