The British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology
publishes articles relating to areas of psychology which have a greater
mathematical or statistical aspect of their argument than is usually
acceptable to other journals including:
relevant areas of mathematics, computing and computer
These include articles that address substantitive psychological issues
or that develop and extend techniques useful to psychologists. New
models for psychological processes, new approaches to existing data,
critiques of existing models and improved algorithms for estimating the
parameters of a model are examples of articles which may be favoured.
British Psychological Society is the representative body for
psychology and psychologists in the UK.
The Journals of the British Psychological Society form an essential
part of the Society's mission to advance and disseminate psychological
knowledge. With a publishing history spanning over 100 years, our
journals portfolio is at the forefront of the psychology community with
international contributions and readership.