Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral Science          
Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral Science(FPBS)
ISSN:2309-012X(Print)       ISSN:2309-0138(Online)

About the Journal

The Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral Science (FPBS) is an international, free-access, online annually journal in English. The aim of FPBS is to publish original articles and review papers without delay in all fields of psychology.
The mission of this journal is to publish original contributions in its field, and then propagate knowledge amongst its readers, and to serve as a valuable reference. The audience includes researchers, professors and teachers for Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral Science.
All submitted papers should report original and unpublished experimental or theoretical research results, and they will be peer-reviewed. Papers submitted to the journal should meet those criteria and must not be under consideration for publishing elsewhere.

The primary objective of FPBS is to publish high-quality papers of new developments and trends on the theory and applications of psychology.
Our vision is to provide a platform from which researchers can freely access research information and also make available to the academic community results of their research.

1, FPBS is available for Google scholar index and free downloading of the full text.
2, FPBS has the resources on hand to publish papers quickly and efficiently.
3, It enjoys wide readership, and open access publishing can significantly improve the number of paper cites.

Publication Type
The journal publishes top-level original research articles, book reviews, editorials, letters, technical reports, short communications, conference proceedings, news and notes in all areas of aspects of psychology.

Journal news:
FPBS now is a member of CrossRef and has joined CrossCheck to fight against plagiarism. Ensure high ethical standards for all of the submitted papers.
Current Issue
On the Psychology of Perceived Procedural Justice: Experimental Evidence that Behavioral Inhibition Strengthens Reactions to Voice and No-Voice Procedures
Liesbeth Hulst1, Kees van den Bos2, Arno J. Akkermans1, E. Allan Lind3
1.Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, De Boelelaan 1105, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2.Utrecht University, Department of Psychology and School of Law, P.O. Box 80.140, 3508 TC Utrecht, The Netherlands
3.Duke University, Fuqua School of Business, 100 Fuqua Drive, Durham, NC 27708, United States of America
Abstract | References Full Paper: PDF (Size:219KB), pp.1-12, Pub. Date: 2017- 12-31