Bimonthly, Established in 1959
Open access journal

  1. Social Influence and the Collective Dynamics of Opinion Formation – This study, based on experimental methods from social psychology, describes the micro-level mechanisms of social influence, i.e., how individuals revise their initial beliefs after being exposed to another person’s opinion. The work demonstrates how social influence can change people’s confidence in their responses, as well as affect the collective dynamics of opinion formation in large groups. (PLOS)​.
  2. The link between self-esteem and social relationships: A meta-analysis – This meta-analysis synthesizes available data on the prospective influence of social relationships on self-esteem and vice versa. The findings underscore the relationship between the level of self-esteem and the quality of social connections, providing new evidence of how these two aspects interact and affect each other. (American Psychological Association)​.