Peer Review Process 5


The peer review process in clinical psychology journals confirms the validity and ensures the scientific correctness of published articles.

It helps maintain the quality of published articles and ensures that the information presented is accurate, relevant, and useful to the clinical psychology community.

Peer Review Process

External reviewers assess the manuscript:
How a peer reviewer is selected?
A potential reviewer must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have a recent publication record in the area of the submission
  • Must not have published with the authors of the submission in recent
  • years
  • Must not be from the same institution

The decision whether a reviewer will be invited is at the editor’s
discretion and in line with ICCPP editorial policy.