Welcome to Concordia's Journal of Accessible Psychology! - CJAP | Concordia Journal of Accessible Psychology

Thank you to all the authors who submitted articles for the 2023 CJAP edition!

Our editors and reviewers are working hard to get them published! Check back in October 2023 for the new edition!

Are you a graduate student interested in writing an op-ed or a letter to the editor?

please contract our editor-in-chief Zaki Alasmar on journalofaccessiblepsych@gmail.com to discuss!

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Check out our latest edition of CJAP, hot off the presses!

Click here to read our 2022 Edition.

Congratulations to Abiraam Samithamby, Julia Mignelli, and Gabriella Serrano Blanco for winning our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for this round of submissions!

Science Communication

An important responsibility for any scientist is sharing their passion for their work through communicating its relevance to society. This means effectively communicating with other scientists within and outside their field of research, but also to the general public: the ultimate goal of course being to inform the public about important issues, complex problems and new discoveries.

About Us

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Have you heard about a new accessible podcast called abstract?

Click here to listen to some of Concordia’s graduate students talk about their research in accessible language!

The host, Jeremy, interviews graduate students from a variety of disciplines to translate months and years of research and reading into an hour of accessible knowledge.
From psychology, to engineering to art history and more!