Interamerican Journal of Psychology

The Interamerican Journal of Psychology (IJP) is published since 1967 by the Interamerican Society of Psychology. It is the policy of the journal to publish the current developments of Interamerican psychology under both the theoretical and the applied and professional prospective; doing this, the journal aims to promote communication and cooperation among psychologists from the different Interamerican Countries.

The IJP maintain the highest standards of quality and have an acceptance rate that ranges between 30% to 45% which the American Psychological Association considers an acceptable rate and its revision times ranges from 3 months minimum to 7 month maximum waiting time. The IJP uses the open journal system for submissions, review, and promulgation of the work of the interamerican psychologists. It is indexed in: Redalyc, Pepsic, DOAJ, SCOPUS.

Dr. Fernando Polanco
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Interamerican Society of Psychology Editors

Name Country Period
Carl F. Hereford Estados Unidos 1967-1970
Luis Natalicio Estados Unidos 1970-1975
Horacio Rimoldi Argentina 1975-1976
Gordon Finley Estados Unidos 1977-1982
Luis Loasa Estados Unidos 1983-1989
José Miguel Salazar Venezuela 1990-1998
Irma Serrano García Puerto Rico 1998-2003
Silvia Helena Koller Brasil 2003-2010
Edil Torres Rivera Estados Unidos 2011-2019



Bulletin developed by members of the SIP Board of Directors to highlight the work done by its members, as well as maintain a link between the SIP and its membership. It is published at least once a year, although more than one newsletter may be published in the year.