Psychobabble the Journal
Welcome to Psychobabble the Journal
Psychobabble is a student run psychology journal, providing a forum for students to showcase experiments they have carried out, review books they have read or discuss contested issues within psychology, e.g. Is the multicomponent model the definitive model of working memory? Are women better at multitasking then men? Is psychology politically neutral?
The aim of Psychobabble is to encourage enthusiasm, discussion and debate within in the student community, which we believe is the best way to learn. Psychobabble was first thought up by Kasper Sylvest Munk and John Howard in the first semester of the 2010/11 academic year and with the help of friends and the backing of the Psychology department was made a reality.
Articles are welcome from all undergraduates and postgraduates, if you are interested in contributing an article (800 words or less) or becoming more involved in the running of psychobabble send an email to email@example.com. If you are interested in editing and getting involved in the realization of the future issues of Psychobabble, do not hesitate to get in contact.