Korean Journal of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
(Korean J. Ind. Organ. Psychol.)
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Gold Open Access, Author and Reader centric, Digital Friendly, and Double-blinded Peer-reviewed Journal
The KJIOP is the first and best Gold Open Access journal in the Korean Social Science Society under the Creative Commons 4.0 BY license. We provide a constructive proof-reading, copyediting, and review service to improve 'can do' experience and happiness of every author and reader in the world. No fee required when you want to make an initial submission go to review round; pay reasonable price APC to spread your bright idea and inspiration from the scientist-practitioner approach when your manuscript accepted. We do double-blinded peer-review with appropriate auditing of the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) every three years interval. The review process follows this process. Accepting English and Korean manuscript what follows the APA (American Psychological Association) Publication Manual 7th Edition. We try to keep rules of the APA Publication Manual 7th strictly to improve our journal quality. Moreover, we can accept any TeX or JATS XML directly if you want to your convenience.
Published since 1988, the Korean Journal of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (KJIOP) is a quarterly publication (February, May, August, November) on behalf of the Korean Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. The journal is devoted to applying the insights of industrial and organizational psychology research to various problems of organizations with the innovative approach and novel analytical methods. For this aim, the journal adopts a blind review process and requires strict scholarly ethics.
The journal is open to and welcomes the use of diverse approaches for empirical, investigative, and theoretical papers dealing with scientific studies and practices in the areas of industrial and organizational psychology. Manuscripts to be considered for publication include high-quality empirical research, meta-analysis, systematic review, brief research report, and case study reporting professional practices.
The nonexhaustive list of topics for the KJIOP includes:
individual differences in abilities, personality, and other characteristics, personnel selection, performance management, work motivation, job attitudes and emotions, leadership, work stress / health / well-being, work systems, creativity / innovation, organizational culture and climate, design and change, and many other issues related to human behaviour at workplace.
Korean Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
(The 3rd Division of Korean Psychological Association)
Vol 24 No 4 (2011): Korean Journal of Industrial and Organizational Psychology