Revue québécoise de psychologie

Managing editor(s): Suzanne Léveillée

About

Revue québécoise de psychologie’s mission is to promote psychology scientific and clinical writings, in French, helpful for different professional practices.

The Journal’s values are:

  • To be open to different theoretical and methodological approaches as well as to different practices,
  • To make knowledge accessible to a large number of people (practitioners, scholars, students and professionals from other fields), while maintaining a scientific rigor,
  • To offer support and collegiality to stimulate publishing,
  • To respect ethical norms regarding article publishing in psychology,
  • To maintainin critical thinking.

The Journal’s goals are:

  • To publish issues with thematic sections and quality open access articles in psychology,
  • To foster connections between the scholar and practical worlds,
  • To promote psychology in French,  
  • To have an influence on scientific and professional communities, and hopefully on decision making authorities.

The articles are peer reviewed and evaluated by two anonymous readers (double blind process). The Journal is published three times a year in the Spring, Summer and Fall. It is indexed in Francis, Repère, PsycINFO and Index de la santé et des services sociaux

Contact

Département de psychologie
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
C.P. 500
Trois-Rivières (Qc)
G9A 5H7
CANADA

Fax: (819) 376-5195

Email: revuepsy@uqtr.ca

Website: http://www.rqpsy.qc.ca  


Digital Subscriptions 

Email : erudit-abonnements@umontreal.ca

Phone : (514) 343-6111 ext. 5500

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Print Subscriptions 

The Revue doesn't exist in print form.

Back issues (8 issues)

Permanent archiving of articles on Érudit is provided by Portico.

Editorial policy and ethics

  1. All submissions must be made through the Revue’s website and the final manuscript    must be in a word processor (doc, doc.x). 
  2. All articles must be written in French and must use a language that is accessible to most readers and professionals who use psychology in their practice.
  3. The opinions voiced in the articles are those of the authors and are not the Revue’s responsibility.
  4. The manuscripts submitted must be original articles. The Revue does not accept plagiarism, namely the appropriation of someone else’s idea without citing a source. In case of plagiarism, the article will be pulled from the Revue’s website. Moreover, the Revue will not accept any further publication from the author. If the article has not been published yet, it will be refused. 
  5. The authors have to release their copyrights to the Revue and the article must be exclusive to the Revue, meaning that the text must not have been published elsewhere. 
  6. The article must follow the Revue’s norms as well as APA norms. It must be no longer than 25 pages (double spaced, with a maximum of 70 000 characters and spaces, including tables, charts and references). The title, summary and key words must be in both French and English.
  7. The article must be submitted through the online form. It will be reviewed by two members of reading committee. If you wand to be a part of that committee, you can fill out this form.
  8. It is possible to send us a list of potential reviewers as well as a list of people with a conflict of interest.
  9. The authors can keep a version of their article in an institutional repository if they cite the complete reference from the Revue.
  10. Long term archiving for the Revue Québécoise de Psychologie is assured by Portico.

 

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Editorial board

Managing Comity 

Jean Gagnon
Département de Psychologie
Université de Montréal
Montréal  
Email: jean.gagnon@umontreal.ca

Suzanne Léveillée, Directrice
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Trois-Rivières    
Email: Suzanne.Leveillee@uqtr.ca

Gaëtan Tremblay
Psychologue
Repentigny    
Email: gaetant@videotron.ca

Editorial Comity

François Berthiaume
Département de Psychologie
Collège Bois-de-Boulogne
Montréal
Email: francois.berthiaume@bdeb.qc.ca

Éric Dubé
Département de Psychologie
Université du Québec à Montréal
Montréal
Email: dube.j_eric@uqam.ca

Jean Gagnon
Département de Psychologie
Université de Montréal
Montréal
Email: jean.gagnon@umontreal.ca

Janie Houle
Département de Psychologie
Université du Québec à Montréal
Montréal
Email: houle.janie@uqam.ca

Suzanne Léveillée, Directrice
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Trois-Rivières
Email: Suzanne.Leveillee@uqtr.ca

Julie Maheux
Département de Psychologie
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Trois-Rivières
Email: julie.maheux@uqtr.ca

Bintou-Miranda Sanokho, Assistante pour la revue
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Trois-Rivières
Email: bintou.sanokho@uqtr.ca

Clémentine Trébuchon
Institut Philippe-Pinel
Montréal
Email: clementine.trebuchon@uqtr.ca

Gaëtan Tremblay
Psychologue
Repentigny
Email: gaetant@videotron.ca

 

International advisory

Our Revue doesn't have an international advisory but routinely uses reviewers from different countries and universities (Université Catholique (UCO) Angers, France ; Université de Liège, Belgium ; Université Rennes 2, France ; University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland)