Social Behavior Research and Practice

Open journal

ISSN 2474-8927

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive behavioral therapy, India, Mental health, Opinion Editorial, Stigma

2023 Sep

Bivita Chhetri*

Original Research

2020 Aug

Stephanie M. Vega-Molina*, José R. Rodríguez-Gómez and Coralee Pérez-Pedrogo

Short Communication

2020 May

Irina AngelCharlotte Kappel*

Brief Research Report

2019 Jul

Sheila Brownlow*, Makenna Pate, Abigail Alger and Natalie Naturile

Original Research

2019 Mar

Aghop Der-Karabetian*, Mark Lopez, Melissa Oseguera and Michelle Alfaro


2019 Jan

Keith Klostermann* and Theresa Mignone

Original Research

2018 May

Sarah Callahan, Jordana Siegel, Elzbieta Wiedbusch, Isabel Dovale, Brandon Isler, Josh Norris, Noah Gelfman and Leonard A. Jason*

Original Research

2018 Apr

Genesis Rubio, He Len Chung* and Cristal Reyes


2017 Sep

Carole-Anne Leblanc, Elisabeth Marquis, Marie-Pierre Gagnon-Girouard and Benoit Brisson*

Original Research

2017 Feb

Mary Beth Asbury*, Jessica M. W. Kratzer and Thomas M. Brinthaupt

Case Study

2016 Sep

He Len Chung*, Michael Nordquist, Diane C. Bates and Patrick Donohue
The “I”s have it: Sex and Social Status Differences on Twitter

Original Research

2016 Aug

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

Short Communication

2016 Mar

David Philip Arthur Craig*

Special Editions

Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal of (SBRPOJ) is an open access web domain that provides information on ongoing research and practices in the behavioural and social sciences.

SBRPOJ addresses issues concerning the dynamic interactive relationship that exists between individuals and the context that social collectives entail.

The Journal’s primary goal is to,

a) Through research, promote understanding of the fundamental nature of this relationship, as well as

b) advance understanding of how such understanding can be used to improve individual and societal health and well-being.

The Journal promotes perspectives and the application of methodologies within and across disciplines and sub-disciplines such as psychology, sociology, education, anthropology, political science, organisational behaviour, history, and health sciences.

Tips to Aspiring Authors


CARMELA Y. DRAKE is an Editor-in-Chief of Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Carmela Y. Drake, PhD, LPC-S, NCC, CAADP, ACGC-III

Department of Rehabilitation Studies, Alabama State University

Associate editors

JYLANA L. SHEATS is an Associate Editor of Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Jylana L. Sheats, PhD, MPH

Aspen Institute, Science and Society Program
JOSÉ R. RODRÍGUEZ GÓMEZ is an Associate Editor of Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

José R. Rodríguez Gómez, MD, PhD

Department of General Social Sciences, University of Puerto Rico
JOSEPH E. TRIMBLE is an Associate Editor of Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Joseph E. Trimble, PhD

Department of Psychology, Western Washington University
MUSAEVA K. MAGOMEDTAGIROVNA is an Associate Editor of Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Musaeva K. Magomedtagirovna, PhD

Department of Economics, Dagestan State University
IGNATOVITCH ELENA STEFANOVNA is an Associate Editor of Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Ignatovitch Elena Stefanovna, PhD

Department of Youth Policy and Sociocultural Communications, National Institute For Higher Education (NIHE)
PICHUGINA VICTORIA is an Associate Editor of Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Pichugina Victoria, PhD

Department of Teacher Training, Higher School of Economics University


Holly L. Robles, PhD

Behavioral Health, KBR, Inc


Deneia B. Thomas, PhD

Texas Southern University


Thomas B. Rowan III, PhD

Department of Political Science, Chicago State University


Sheila Brownlow, PhD

Department of Psychology


Ikwunga Wonodi, MD

Sheppard Pratt Health System


Vazeerjan Begum, PhD

American University of Ras Al Khaimah


Bashir AbulQaraya, PhD

Department of Political Science


Olga Savvina Alekseevna, PhD

Department of Mathematics and Methods of Teaching, Bunin Yelets State University


Smitha Dev, PhD

Department of Psychology, Abu Dhabi University


Kenneth Foster, PhD

Department of Psychology and Philosophy, Texas Womans University


Anatoly Petrovich Smantser, PhD

Department of Pedagogy and Education Development, Belarusian State University


Liudmila Bolsunovskaya, PhD

Tomsk Polytechnic University


Sharon Joy Ng, MA, PhD

Department of Psychology


Trey Asbury, PhD

Department of Psychology, Texas Womans University


Sheila G. Crewther, PhD

Department of Psychology and Counselling, La Trobe University


Sapryka Viktor, PhD

Department of Social Technologies, Belgorod State University


Kimberley Norris, PhD

Department of Psychology, University of Tasmania


Ioana Aurelia Roman, PhD

Department of Transversal Competence, USAMV - Cluj-Napoca


David P. A. Craig, PhD

Department of Psychology, Oklahoma State University


Deborah A. Gagnon, PhD

Department of Psychology


Michael J. Gerson, PhD

Department of Graduate Psychology, California Lutheran University



Murshed M. Choudhury, PhD

Galgotias University, UAE

Wanda Y. Moore, PhD

Tarrant County College (TCC), USA

Nelson J. Tiburcio, PhD

The SASSI Institute, USA

Cecile N. Yancu, PhD

Winston-Salem State University, USA

Parag C. Kalkar, PhD

Savitribai Phule Pune University, India

Terry Chi, PhD

Northwestern College, USA

David Pan, PhD

University of Southern California, USA

Raul R. Q. Blasco, PsyD

University of Granada, Spain

Feedback Corner

Nisha Khanna, PhD is an author at Openventio Publishers

Bye Tense - SBRPOJ


Thank You so much for your peer reviews and motivation. It was only possible to complete this research work due to your team’s support. I feel highly obliged.

Nelson J. Tiburcio, PhD, is an author at Openventio Publishers.

The SASSI Institute - SBRPOJ


We are grateful for your quick and efficient review process. Your reviewers are also considerate and provide helpful suggestions that make the resulting manuscripts much stronger.

Stephanie M. Vega-Molina, PhD, is an author at Openventio Publishers.

University of Florida - SBRPOJ


One of the best decisions I made was to publish with Social Behavior Research and Practice. The reviewers and editor kept constant communication throughout the whole process and gave valuable feedback on my work. I would definitely recommend them as they are very organized, professional and fast!

Jose R. Rodrigues-Gomez, MD, PhD, is an author at Openventio Publishers.

University of Puerto Rico - SBRPOJ


It was a pleasure to work with Openventio Publishers. Their interactions were very professional as well as diligent. I appreciated their quick response and constructive criticism regarding the submitted material.

Charlotte Kappel, PhD, is an author at Openventio Publishers.

Forensic Psychology - SBRPOJ


It was easy to publish with Openventio and they were patient and helpful all along the process. For me it was a long process due to a heavy workload, but they remained kind, patient and very helpful and I am pleased to see the final result.

Julie A. Schermer, PhD is an author at Openventio Publishers

The University of Western Ontario - SBRPOJ


Fair reviews and efficient process overall.

Aghop J. Der-Karabetian, PhD is an author at Openventio Publishers

University of La Verne - SBRPOJ


The turnaround time was relatively short, and the comments of the reviewers helped improve the article. Also, the quality of the final printing format looks good.

Colleen Reisz, MD, is an author at Openventio Publishers.

University of Missouri-Kansas City - SBRPOJ


My two experiences with Openventio have been positive. The editors support the process of research and writing. Their critical observations led to important revisions that made my work a better paper.

Joseph E. Trimble, PhD is an author at Openventio Publishers

Western Washington University – SBRPOJ


I am especially impressed with the responsiveness of the journal’s Editorial Assistant. The reviews are anonymous, helpful, and timely. They appear to be ones that are prepared by authorities on the subject. The instructions for preparing the manuscripts for submission are clear and thoughtfully developed. The impressive Editorial Board is represented by great variety with specialties in several thematic areas particular to the field; they also appear to be highly committed to promoting a high-quality journal. Thus far I have been impressed with the quality of the publications and indeed hope that trend continues.

Musaeva K. Magomedtagirovna, PhD is an author at Openventio Publishers

Dagestan State University - SBRPOJ


I am glad that this Journal supports writing in an easily understandable language while covering the current scientific and practical findings. The journal can be of interest to various specialists in the field of science and practice, especially for researchers working in the area of social sciences. I think that this Journal has a great future, the main thing is to keep the trend: it’s good to select the columns, to fulfill the obligations on publications in time and focusing on increasing the count of scientific publications in the Journal. I want to express my deep gratitude to the authors of this journal. I express special gratitude to the editor-in-chief of the journal for the great work he has been doing to improve the scientific and promote the practical application of these publications.

Ashwini Yenamandra, PhD, FACMG, is an author at Openventio Publishers.

Vanderbilt University Medical Center – SBRPOJ


Very professional and on time. I was shocked by the quick turn-around, the way paper was designed to publish and corrections of the galley proof was so quick and the whole experience is amazing.

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