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The aim of REP is to be focal point for international and interdisciplinary original scientific studies in the fields of education, counseling, and psychology and to produce qualified discussions. Therefore, it is expected that the studies to be held in the journal have both statistical significance and original discussions which illuminate topics of education, counseling, and psychology. It is important that studies in the REP fill a gap in the literature of education and psychology and provide a basis for new researches. In the REP, original researches, quantitative, qualitative and clinic studies, and case analysis with strong theoretical background, well-structured research design and analysis, good relationship between research object and literature, and results and discussions causing practical expansions are published. Thus, it is aimed to contribute a formation of accumulation that persons and/or institutions studing in the field of national and international education, counseling, and psychology benefit.

Research on Education and Psychology (REP) publishes qualified studies whose findings and designs are important in terms of international education and psychology, in all the topics which keep up to date within education and psychology.

The coverage of REP basically includes the following topics:


  • Human Development

  • Psychological Research

  • Social Psychology

  • Personality

  • Abnormal Psychology

  • Developmental Psychology

  • Cognitive Psychology

  • History of Psychology

  • Behavior Disorders

  • Human Behavior as a Natural Science

  • Vision and Its Physiological Basis

  • Stress and Coping

  • Clinical Psychology

  • Stress Management

  • Stress and Coping

  • Clinical Psychology

  • Stress Managemen

  • Cultural Psychology

  • Ideas of Human Nature

  • Research Methods for Behavioral Psychology

  • Writing in Psychology

  • Personality Assessment

  • Psychology of Language

  • Health Psychology

  • Psychology of the Self-Concept

  • Personality and Social Influence

  • Social and Moral Development

  • Community Psychology

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Language Development

  • Behavioral Genetics

  • Evolutionary Psychology

  • Cognitive Neuroscience

  • Behavioral Methods

  • Methods in Suicide and Crisis

  • Clinical Personality Assessment

  • Clinical Methods: Interviewing

  • Counseling Psychology

  • Counseling Activities (including assessment, interventions, consultation, supervision, training, prevention, psychological education, and advocacy)


  • Educational Theory

  • Learning

  • E-Learning Strategies

  • E-learning Technologies

  • Education Science

  • Educational Development

  • Early Childhood Education

  • Special Education

  • Foreign Language Education

  • Social Sciences Education

  • Medical & Health Education

  • Curriculum and Instruction

  • Measurement and Evaluation in Education

  • Psychological Counseling and Guidance

  • Mathematics Education

  • Fine Arts Education

  • Sport and Education

  • Education and Training in Higher Education

  • Emerging and Best Practices

  • Knowledge Management

  • Learner Autonomy

  • Design and Technologies

  • Digital Classrooms

  • Education History

  • Applications and Integration of Education

  • Sociology Education

  • Systems and Technologies in Education

  • Philosophies of Education and Educational Approaches

  • Portals and Virtual Learning Practices and Cases in Education

  • Psychology Education

  • Motivation


All the articles published in REP are licensed with "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License"