The Undergraduate Journal of Psychology at Berkeley (UJPB) is a student-run journal featuring high-quality psychology research from undergraduates all over the world. Our team meets each week to discuss, select, and edit papers for publication. Along the way, editors will develop valuable skills and gain familiarity with the structure of a scientific paper, usage of APA style and formatting, and rigorous critique of experimental methodology. The seminar format encourages cooperation, lively discussion, and a tight-knit community.
UJPB meets for two hours per week in a seminar format to discuss undergraduate research papers and sample empirical research articles after receiving lectures on scientific editing (such as the format of a paper, APA basics, and key statistical concepts). Students will be broken into small teams and will occasionally be responsible for leading article discussions amongst their classmates.
There are no exams - simply show up and actively participate and you'll be able to get full credit for the course! If you are interested in helping out with UJPB but cannot join the decal, we also work as an RSO that participates in recruitment, design, and publication. Feel free to contact us for more information about that! Go Bears!
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