"The Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS) is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal for psychology students worldwide. JEPS is run by highly motivated European psychology students and has been publishing since 2009. By ensuring that authors are always provided with extensive feedback, JEPS gives psychology students the chance to gain experience in publishing and to improve their scientific skills. Furthermore, JEPS provides students with the opportunity to share their research and to take a first step toward a scientific career." JEPS publishes articles that contribute both theoretically and empirically to an understanding of psychology. Submitted manuscripts must pertain to a psychological field (e.g., social psychology, clinical psychology, health psychology, etc.) or a field related to psychology (e.g., neuroscience, behavioural economics, animal behaviour, etc.). Submissions are accepted year round.
The Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations and Identity (JIRIRI) is a scientific journal distributed internationally in the field of identity, interpersonal and intergroup relations. "This project is a student initiative that offers a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to fully experience the scientific method, from the development of original ideas to their diffusion, through the peer review process." Accepts submissions in English and French.
"The Journal of Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences (JPBS) offers undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty, an opportunity to publish in a recognized academic journal. However, the undergraduate student, and not a faculty member or graduate student, must be the first author of any accepted submission. Articles in any topic area of psychology are considered."
"The Journal of Undergraduate Ethnic Minority Psychology (JUEMP) is an edited and refereed on-line journal devoted to publishing empirical research (quantitative and qualitative) authored or co-authored by university undergraduate students. We invite empirical research submissions that are from ethnic minorities' unique perspectives, that focus on the thoughts and behaviors of ethnic minority populations, or both."
"Modern Psychological Studies (MPS) is a psychological journal devoted exclusively to publishing manuscripts by undergraduate students. Although MPS primarily focuses on results from experimental research, there are also publication opportunities for theoretical papers, literature reviews and book reviews. We strive to make the journal submission process a learning experience and to encourage quality research."
"The Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research encourages all Psi Chi members—undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty—to submit manuscripts for publication. Submissions are accepted for review throughout the year. Although manuscripts are limited to empirical research, they may cover any topical area in the psychological sciences. Replication studies, which are vital for reinforcing the science of psychology, are also welcome."
The UNC Charlotte Department of Psychology publishes the Undergraduate Journal of Psychology (UJOP). "All undergraduate students are encouraged to submit their original research or literature reviews to the UJOP review committee. This is an opportunity to experience the peer-reviewed journal process and to get your work into print."
The Undergraduate Journal of Psychology at Berkeley is an annual publication that allows undergraduate students who have completed scientific studies in psychology and psychology-related fields to publish their findings to the larger academic community, promoting further and more excellent undergraduate research.
"The Yale Review of Undergraduate Research in Psychology (YRURP) welcomes submissions of research articles, literature reviews, and other scientific writing in the field of psychology. Submissions in other areas related to psychology (for example: educational psychology, psychology and the law, and so on) will also be considered. The lead author must have conducted her or his research while an undergraduate (or equivalent) student at an accredited college or university anywhere in the world."