Psychological Test Adaptation and Development

Official Open Access Organ of the European Association of Psychological Assessment (EAPA).

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ISSN:
2698-1866
Editors:
Matthias Ziegler (Editor-in-chief)

Humboldt University Berlin
Department of Psychology
Rudower Chaussee 18
12489 Berlin

Tel. +49 30 2093 9447
zieglema@hu-berlin.de

The journal is currently recruiting new Editorial Board members. If you are interested in actively working for this journal please contact the editor-in-chief, Prof. Matthias Ziegler, at zieglema@hu-berlin.de.
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About the journal

Psychological Test Adaptation and Development (PTAD) is the official open access journal of the European Association of Psychological Assessment. PTAD is the first open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing papers which present the adaptation of tests to specific (e.g., cultural) needs, test translations, or the development of existing measures. Moreover, the focus will be on the empirical testing of the psychometric quality of these measures. The journal will provide a paper template, and registered reports are strongly encouraged.

Submissions possible starting November 2019. A generous APC waiver program will be available.
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Article processing charges (APCs)

In order to cover the costs of publishing the journal, including those of manuscript submission and peer review management, journal production, online hosting and archiving, liaison with abstracting and indexing services, as well as online distribution and data feeds to libraries, discovery services, content aggregators, and other information services, an article processing charge (APC) must be paid.

Hogrefe Publishing is currently offering a generous waiver program for eligible authors. Eligible papers shall include papers by authors who do not have access to publication fee grants or funding, papers by authors who are not employed or funded by commercial organizations, and other papers as may from time to time be agreed by Hogrefe.