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journal-blackThe Journal of Black Psychology in collaboration with the Caribbean Alliance of National Psychological Associations' Publications Committee is issuing a call for papers on mental health and wellness in the Caribbean.

The purpose of this call is to widen the scope of the content of the journal to be more representative of the psychological functioning of Blacks across the diaspora, not just the United States. Thus, the goal of this special issue is to provide a forum for scholars to present work about the psychological functioning, ranging from well-being to disorder, of Black people from the Caribbean region.  The focus must be on intra -Caribbean scholarship.

See the full call for papers (pdf)

Please submit a paper and/or consider being a reviewer for papers submitted for this Special Issue.
If you are interested in being a reviewer, you must create an account in the Journal of Black Psychology website. Please also email the Editor of the journal, Dr. Beverly Vandiver, (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to alert her that you have created an account to review submissions for this Special Issue, so that she identify you in the system as a reviewer.

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