P U B L I C A T I O N S
The EHPS produces six publications. Four of these are scientific, peer reviewer journals, and in addition, the EHPS produces a bimonthly bulletin/newsletter (the EHP) and a blog (PHP).
Note: PHP, the EHP, HPBM and HPB are open access. To access P&H and HPR, EHPS members have to login through Easy Conferences Registration. Click here to Login.
PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH (P&H)
Psychology & Health (P&H) was the first EHPS journal, accepting all excellent research in health psychology. It supports Open Select, through which authors can choose to pay the publisher a fee to make your papers Open Access (although HPR also supports self-archiving (the ‘green road’ to Open Access). This fee is normally €2150, but set by the publisher (this estimate may be outdated when you read this; see the publisher’s website for up-to-date fees).
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW (HPR)
Health Psychology Review (HPR) focuses mainly on reviews and meta-analyses. It supports Open Select, through which authors can choose to pay the publisher a fee to make your papers Open Access (although HPR also supports self-archiving (the ‘green road’ to Open Access). This fee is normally €2150, but set by the publisher (this estimate may be outdated when you read this; see the publisher’s website for up-to-date fees).
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY & BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE (HPBM)
Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine: an Open Access Journal (HPBM) publishes theoretical and empirical contributions on all aspects of research and practice into psychosocial, behavioral and biomedical influences on health. The standard article publishing charge is $750 (Seven Hundred and Fifty US Dollars) or £475 (four-hundred and seventy-five pounds) or €625 (six-hundred and twenty-five Euros). Members of EHPS submitting to the Journal shall receive a 20% discount to the article publishing charge should their article be accepted for publication following peer review.
Publication details: continuous
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN (HPB)
Health Psychology Bulletin (HPB) is an open access journal specifically designed to address some problems in the way health psychology research is traditionally published. Because of these innovations, the journal has a dedicated Frequently Asked Questions page. The Article Processing Fee for HPB is €500 for non-EHPS members and €400 for EHPS members. To be eligible to this discount, the first author must be an EHPS member.
Publication details: continuous
EUROPEAN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGIST (EHP)
The European Health Psychology (EHP) is the bulletin/newsletter of the EHPS, and publishes communications between members, contributions supporting the annual EHPS conference, as well as short empirical and debate papers. Publication Details: 6 issues per year The EHP issues from Volume 1 (1999) onwards can be accessed at http://ehps.net/ehp (and temporarily, until the migration to this new website is completed, at this page). The newsletter issues from before that time are available at this page.
Editors: Konstadina Griva, National University of Singapore, Singapore; Anthony Montgomery, University of Macedonia, Greece.
Co-editors: Teresa Corbett, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; Catrinel Craciun, Babes-Bolyai University Cluj, Romania; Thomas Fuller, University of Exeter, UK; Kyra Hamilton, Griffith University, Australia; Aikaterini Kassavou, University of Cambridge, UK; Floor Kroese, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Dominika Kwasnicka, University of Newcastle, UK; Marta Marques, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Editorial manager: Marianna Dalkou, University of Macedonia, Greece
PRACTICAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY (PHP)
Practical Health Psychology (PHP) is a blog about cutting edge Health Psychology and how to apply it in practice. The aim of PHP is to translate rigorous and peer reviewed research to simple and clear blog posts. These posts can be easily translated into practice.
To receive the monthly posts, visit http://practicalhealthpsychology.com and sign up! You will then receive notifications when new blog posts become available. PHP uses social media (Facebook) to elaborate on and to discuss the posts, and you can also join the conversation on Twitter and follow @EHPSociety.
The PHP National Editors are recruited through the Society. They provide their expertise to explain findings from health psychology research to the practitioners across several European languages.