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TPQ- The PHILOSOPHICAL QUEST

  The PHILOSOPHICAL QUEST is truly international outlet for the scholarly dissemination of findings in applied psychology. The journal emphasizes the publication of original investigations that contribute new knowledge and understanding to fields of applied psychology. Articles are encouraged from all areas of applied psychology including, but not limited to, organizational, cross-cultural, educational, health, counseling, sport and environmental psychology.  LINK to Journal https://journals.eduindex.org/index.php/tpq/index
 

About the Journal 

 
 The PHILOSOPHICAL QUEST is a Journal with ISSN 23194634 that introduces students to fundamental questions in philosophy through a variety of Western and Nonwestern readings. The Nonwestern readings include classical and contemporary representatives of Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and Native American thought. Among the Western selections are classical and contemporary readings from diverse philosophical schools (analytic, positivist, pragmatist, phenomenological, and existential). 

How to Submit Papers 

Send papers for publication to editor@eduindex.org 
 

Scope of Publication 

 
The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:
Self-regulation
Self-efficacy
Emotions
Values
Attitudes
Social identity
Judgments and decisions
Leadership
Learning
Personality traits and processes
Work motivation
Career development
Work–family interface
Technology and work systems
Work stress, health and well-being
Testing and personnel selection
Positive work behaviors
Negative work behaviors
Expertise and knowledge management
Goals
Performance measurement
Performance management
Training and learning
Skill acquisition
Job attitudes, affect and emotions
Team development
Processes and effectiveness
Organizational design and change
Organizational interventions
Diversity in work behavior