The Graduate Student Journal of Psychology (GSJP) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal drawing from all areas of academic psychology with an emphasis on graduate student scholarship. While the Journal intends to promote high impact research and scholarship, our editoral values prioritize rigor over statistical significance, with a continued commitment to the publication null or marginal results in our Special Section. The GSJP creates an outlet for research of high methodological quality and a space in which graduate level researchers can participate in the publication process as peer reviewers and editors. The Journal was founded in 1998 at Teachers College, Columbia University with a commitment to providing publication access without publishing fees.

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