The Caribbean Journal of Psychology is an academic, peer-reviewed journal which publishes literature reviews, empirical studies, book reviews, brief reports and pieces on psychology in the public interest. CJP’s focus is on Caribbean populations, and matters which impact Caribbean people, locally, regionally and globally. The Caribbean Journal of Psychology provides a forum for academic scholarship and discourse, addresses topics of interest in contemporary Caribbean society, encourages publication by Caribbean authors locally and abroad, and aims to build capacity for the production of academic scholarship in the region. The Office of Graduate Studies and Research provides a platform for inter-campus and regional collaboration to support research and publication in psychology as it relates to Caribbean people and society. The Caribbean Journal of Psychology is grounded in a multi-disciplinary approach to examining human behaviour, and encourages the integration of sociology, psychology, social psychology, social theory, history and poetics to investigate Caribbean human experience.
This features five (5) articles namely:
- Mindset and Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction among Secondary School Students in Vietnam, The Netherlands, and Curaçao | by Pieternel Dijkstra, Dick P.H. Barelds, Odette Van Brummen-Girigori and Thu Thi Le Tran
- Abuse, Racial, Religious and Cultural Interferences Experienced by Neurodivergent Children and Children with Other Additional Needs in Guyana | by Lidon Lashley
- The Prevalence, Contexts, and Impact of Children’sExposure to Domestic Violence in Jamaica | by Christine Fray, Karyl Powell-Booth, Kenisha Nelson, Roxanne Harvey, Patrice A. Reid, Nadia Wager, Dominic Willmott, Samantha Mason, and Adele Jones
- To What Extent is Parental Involvement Associated with School-Based Adolescent Delinquency in Jamaica? | by Sarah Fay Buckland
- Child Maltreatment and Children’s Human Capabilities in Aruba | by Clementia Eugene, Tobi L. G. Graafsma, Manon Sanches