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PSY 5198 - MAPR: Publishing & Money

Psychology Grad Program Guide

Grants & Scholarships

Foundation Directory



Grant Select

Pivot - A compiled database of over 25,000 records of available opportunities for grants, fellowships, prizes and other type of funding.

National Science Foundation

Scholarships for Women

USA Search Gov - contains government grant information

Publication Opportunities

Cabell's Publishing Opportunities - Research writer's guidelines for submitting articles to major journals in Accounting, Economics & Finance, Management, Marketing, Psychology, and Curriculum & Methods. Includes contact information, manuscript topics, submission guidelines, review process, acceptance rate, & circulation information.

Chronicle of Higher Education current issues and jobs in academe

Citation Analysis Databases  Choose a citation analysis database to see the most influential articles in a field.

H-Net - job announcements, opportunities for presentations and publications, discussion list servs.

Papers Invited - List of organizations looking for papers or posters from scientists, professors, post-docs and students to present at professional conferences. Its purpose is to assist researchers find publishing opportunities for their research papers.

Ulrichs - Directory of U.S. and international periodicals. No articles, just information about journals. Useful for purchasing periodicals, where periodicals are indexed, & periodical type (such as scholarly, newsletter, newspaper, etc.).

Psychology-Specific Publishing

Publishing opportunities for grad students, most working with undergrads:

These journal listings are for information purposes only. Texas State University librarians cannot tell you what journals to submit your paper to. It is the writer's responsibility to check the journals' websites for the most up-to-date information.