Psychology and Cognitive Sciences

Open journal

ISSN 2380-727X

Comprehension, Impairments, Monitoring, Original Research, Working memory

2023 Nov

Stephen K. Ntim*


2023 Nov

Miranda Landfield, Naqsh Ali, Shahrzad Azarafza, Shelly Baer, Anushree Belur, Naomi Griffin, Dilara Kosak, Jennifer Lerch, Rose Patatanian, Elizabeth Quintero, Stephanie Scott, Guy Balice* and Melia Leibert

Retrospective Study

2022 Feb

Anirudh Katyal, Deepika Behera, Naman Jassal* and Prerona Chakraborty
How Self-Reflection Influences Use of Cognitive and Analytical Language

Brief Research Report

2020 Jul

Sheila Brownlow*, Emily L. Fogleman and Sophie Hirsch

Original Research

2019 Aug

Manisha Choudhury*, Aprajita Jayaswal and Parul Singh
A Review of Barriers to Treating Domestic Violence for Middle Eastern Women Living in the United States

Systematic Review

2019 May

Guy Balice*, Shayne Aquino, Shelly Baer, Mallory Behar, Anushree Belur, Jessica Flitter, Tyler Howard, Noah Laracy, Fereshte Mirzad, Roseta Patanian, Elizabeth Quintero, Kelly Scheneman, Tanya Abughazaleh and Linda Placencia
Therapeutic Relationship of Telepsychiatry and Telebehavioral Health: Ideas from Research on Telepresence, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

Systematic Review

2019 Feb

Donald M. Hilty*, Karan Randhawa, Marlene M. Maheu, Alastair J. S. McKean and Richard Pantera


2019 Jan

Vincent Berthet* and Benjamin Ouvrard

Original Research

2018 Mar

Abdelaziz Mousa Thabet*, Sanaa S. Thabet and Panos Vostanis


2018 Feb

Luiz Fernando Capretz* and Faheem Ahmed

Original Research

2017 Dec

Eslam Farhat Murtaja and Abdel Aziz Mousa Thabet*


2017 Sep

Juan Carlos Fernández-Rodríguez*

Brief Research Report

2017 Aug

Sheila Brownlow*, Jennifer C Beach and N. Clayton Silver

Brief Research Report

2017 Jul

Luciana Laganá*, Larisa Gavrilova, Delwin B. Carter and Andrew T. Ainsworth

Original Research

2017 Mar

Abdel Aziz Mousa Thabet* and Sanaa S. Thabet
A Psychophysical Approach to Test: “The Bignetti Model”

Original Research

2017 Feb

Enrico Bignetti*, Francesca Martuzzi and Angelo Tartabini

Original Research

2017 Jan

Paul H. Falcone*, Chih-Yin Tai, Laura R. Carson, Jesse A. Gwinn, Tyler R. Mccann, Nick J. Loveridge and Jordan R. Moon

Research Letter

2016 Aug

Aspa Sarris*

Original Research

2016 Aug

Christina Hagen*, Lars Lien, Edvard Hauff and Trond Heir

Original Research

2016 Jul

J. Martin Ramirez*, Jesús M. Alvarado and Carmen Santisteban

Original Research

2016 Jun

Benoit Brisson* and Marie-Ève Bourassa

Original Research

2016 Jun

Eleni G. Hapidou*, Kassandra V. Mollica and Kayli M. Culig

Original Research

2015 Dec

Kati Hagström*, Outi Saarenpää-Heikkilä, Sari-Leena Himanen, Anna-Maria Lapinlampi and Pirkko Nieminen


2015 Nov

Sharon Joy Ng*


2015 Sep

Victor G. Aeby*, Lei Xu, Wenhua Lu, Tracy Carpenter-Aeby, Tia Edwards and Jacqueline Vaughn-Heath

Original Research

2015 Sep

Lei Xu*, Tracy Carpenter-Aeby, Victor G. Aeby and Wenhua Lu

Original Research

2015 Aug

N. Clayton Silver*, Joanne Ullman and Caleb J. Picker

Original Research

2015 Feb

Samuel R Koval and McWelling Todman*

Special Editions

Tips to Aspiring Authors

Psychology and cognitive sciences have advanced dramatically in the last two decades, and even more so in the twenty-first century. It is an investigation into the mind and intelligence, including memory, emotions, perception, attention, conceptual development, decision-making, and reasoning.

Psychology and Cognitive Sciences – Open Journal (PCSOJ) is a journal that publishes research in psychology and behavioural sciences, philosophy, neuroscience, mathematics, computer science, health informatics, medicine, and linguistics.

Through its open journal, Openventio aims to spread information about cognitive functions, human language, mind evolution, artificial intelligence, and other topics to the scientific community for its benefit and control.


DONALD M. HILTY is an Editor-in-Chief of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Donald M. Hilty, MD

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of California

Associate editors

DEBORAH A. GAGNON is an Associate Editor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Deborah A. Gagnon, PhD

Department of Psychology
E. CRUZ EUSEBIO is an Associate Editor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

E. Cruz Eusebio, PsyD, NCSP

Department of School Psychology
GUY BALICE is an Associate Editor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Guy Balice, PhD

Department of Clinical Psychology


Magdalena Spariosu, MD

TeleHOPE Psychiatry


Karine Clay, PhD

Higher Potential for Learning LLC


Shana L. Garrett, PhD, LPC, NCC


Maristela J. Fernandes, PhD

Alter Postweg


Kyungbin Kwon, PhD

Indiana University


Denita Hudson, PhD, PC, NCC, CCTP

William and Mary School of Education


Evelyn Blanch-Payne, PhD

College of Arts & Sciences, Clayton State University


Sabine Huemer, PhD

Department of Psychology, Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg


Aspa Sarris, PhD

University of Adelaide


Jennifer DeFeo, PhD

Department of Clinical Psychology, Oregon State University


Shengping Zhang, PhD

Harbin Institute of Technology


Line Caes, PhD

Department of Psychology, University of Stirling


Sharon Joy Ng, MA, PhD

Department of Psychology


Linda S. Buyer, PhD

Department of Psychology, University of Governors State


Fu Lye “Martin” Woon, PhD

Department of Psychiatry, UT Southwestern Medical Center


McWelling Todman, PhD

Department of Psychology


Lawrence M. Aleamoni, PhD

Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies, University of Arizona



Daniel R. Hawthorne, PhD

Industrial-Organizational Psychology, USA

Kruthika Jayatheertha, PhD

Bharathir University, India

Pavan Madan, MD

Community Psychiatry, USA

Linda E. O’Raw, PhD

University of Nottingham, UK

Kamakshaiah Musunuru, PhD

GITAM Deemed University, India

Vladimir Dinets, PhD

University of Tennessee, USA

Rashid S. Almehrizi, PhD

Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

Craig Blatz, PhD

MacEwan University, Canada

Lixia Yang, PhD

Ryerson University, USA

Zili Liu, PhD

University of California, USA

Mahmoud Md. E. Amer, PhD

Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

Jennifer Bolden, PhD

University of Tennessee, USA

Mor Nahum, PhD

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Leslie G. Walker, MA (Hons), PhD

University of Hull, UK

Kalyanasundaram Krishnamoorthy, PhD

Kalvi World Solutions Pvt. Ltd., USA

Eloisa R. Marquez, PhD

MAP Institute, Spain

Feedback Corner

Enrico Bignetti, MD (Retired)

University of Parma - PCSOJ


These few, sincere words are attesting our esteem for this journal that considers science as a respectable and difficult job and the scientists as priviledged interlocutors.

Prerona Chakraborty, BA (Hons) [student] is an author at Openventio Publishers.

University of Delhi - PCSOJ


The learning curve in getting the paper published was good. All support received from your team is highly appreciated.

Deepika Behera, BA (Hons) [student], is an author at Openventio Publishers.

University of Delhi - PCSOJ


The publication experience was made easy because of the fantastic editorial crew. We are grateful for their constant support.

Anirudh Katyal, BA (Hons) [student], is an author at Openventio Publishers.

University of Delhi - PCSOJ


The publication experience has been smooth and quite informative. The editorial service was amazing. Thanks for all the support in getting our paper published.

Naman Jassal, BA is an author at Openventio Publishers

University of Delhi - PCSOJ


It was a great experience in submitting my paper in Psychology and Cognitive Open Journal. The reviewers and support team were very helpful and showed an active response. I would recommend others as well to publish their papers here!

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The School for the Talented and Gifted (TAG) Magnet School Dallas - PCSOJ


The Openventio journal publishes high-quality research papers that allow authors to have an easy process. The quality of service, support, and response time I have received from Openventio are exceptional. As a high school student, I appreciate the flexibility that was provided in publishing my paper. This is my second time publishing here, and I am looking forward to many more. All in all, as a young published author of two novels and two science papers, I highly recommend Openventio Publishers.

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University of César Vallejo - PCSOJ


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I appreciate the opportunity to work with the editorial team at Openventio Publishers, Psychology and Cognitive Sciences. They provided practical suggestions and guided the process with patience and professionalism.

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Department of Graduate Organizational Psychology - PCSOJ


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Westminster Pastoral Foundation (WPF) - PCSOJ


I had a very good experience with Openventio regarding the publication of my article ‘Looking back Moving Forward, Reflection on Race and Racism.’ I felt the response time was good and the manner my questions was answered was helpful, polite and professional. The editors were well versed in the area of race and racism and gave constructive and insightful feedback. They went over and beyond what I expected, so I thank them for them. The article is well laid-out and well-presented and I like that Openventio are contemporary and they want to carry articles that reflect current conflicts in society. Would be publishing with Openventio again.

Stephanie N. Williams, PhD, is an author at Openventio Publishers.

Palo Alto University - PCSOJ


The process was great. There was clear and transparent communication with the editor and the feedback from the reviewers was clear, concise, and knowledgeable. I am very excited that I had the opportunity to publish in this open access journal.

Linda E. O’Raw, BSc, PhD is an author at Openventio Publishers

Mental Health Researcher - PCSOJ


The benefits of publishing with PCSOJ are huge. The process still heavily rests on peer reviewers and is comparable to other high impact journals; however, it is a significantly swifter process getting an article from peer review to publication. Furthermore, the article is available to all.

Donald M. Hilty, MD is an author at Openventio Publishers

University of California - PCSOJ


Reasonable review timeline. Good quality of reviews. Good communication.

Leticia Soberón Mainero, PhD is an author at Openventio Publishers

Psychologist - PCSOJ


It is an extraordinarily positive experience to read and publish in the open and intelligent environment you have created. One of the challenges or our digital times, overwhelmed by billions of data, is to access affordable information in the scientific field. You are facilitating this, both in a high standard and in a human quality manner. Thank you for the opportunity.

Sharon Joy Ng, MA, PhD is an author at Openventio Publishers

Yuba Community College District – PCSOJ


As an editor for PCSOJ, I am privileged to review articles submitted for publication, applying a rigorous review process that assures that pertinent and high quality articles are published with our journal. The highest academic standards guide each review with an opportunity for the author to remediate, if necessary. I am honored to help guide the advancement of the Psychology and the Cognitive Sciences Open Journal through this review process and by publishing my editorials on a regular basis.

Enrico Bignetti, MD is an author at Openventio Publishers

University of Parma – PCSOJ


I must acknowledge the Editor, first, for the trust with which innovative and stimulating proposals in cognitive sciences have been delivered and, second, for the soft and intelligent methods implemented for the improvement of the scientific discourse.

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