European Proceedings of Psychology (EpPSY) is an open access, peer-reviewed and refereed series. EpPSY is a fully Open Access solution focusing on publishing conference proceedings, enabling quality, providing a platform for international scholars to disseminate their work.
The EpSBS publishes either monographs for example, master thesis/doctoral dissertations or edited volumes based on the outcomes of conferences with an emphasis on transitions in the broader fields of psychology and mental health.
Due to the high volume of submissions, Clarivate prioritizes evaluation of those volumes of highest interest to the global Web of Science user community. Those volumes that are evaluated and passall Clarivate Selection Criteria will be selected for WoS-CPCI coverage.
Please take note that as Clarivate has its own policies as to the duration for acceptance, processing, and indexing new content, European Proceedings cannot guarantee acceptance or a specific time frame for the indexing process to be completed.
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