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Journal of Psychometry invites research papers from scholars, researchers and faculty members from any part of the world. The papers received should be from the field of Industrial Management, Organizational Behaviour, Personnel selection & Appraisal, Educational Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Biological/Neurocognitive Psychology, Social Psychology, Clinical psychology, Statistics and other areas involving psychometric applications.

Manuscripts should be prepared following the American Psychological Association style (APA style, 6th Edition) accompanied by an abstract of approximately 300 words. References should be given in complete format. Manuscripts should be typed in double-spacing on one side of good quality paper 8 half x 11 one-fourth inches with a left-hand margin of at least 1 and half inches and a space of at least 1 inch at the bottom of each page. Two copies of manuscripts required when submitted in hard copy. Table should be few in number (as much as possible) and consecutively numbered.

Complete information about the author and co-authors and their respective affiliations (Name, address, organization, email and phone number) must be furnished along with the manuscript.

Authors are requested to submit manuscript by the following modes:
By Email: indianinstituteofpsychometry@gmail.com
By Post : To the Editor; Indian Institute of Psychometry, 117, B.T. Road, Kolkata - 700108


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Creation of publication:
We encourage the submission of both substantial full-length bodies of work and shorter manuscripts that report novel findings that might be based on a more limited range of experiments. The key criteria are that the work clearly demonstrates its novelty, its importance to a particular field as well as its interest to those outside that discipline, and conclusions that are justified by the study.