Deadline for Issue 3: February 15, 2023
“The formation of this new journal is a tribute to the talent and initiative of our students. It will be a privilege to get to read and assess the work of undergraduate students during their studies, and it is fantastic that this journal now offers the opportunity for students to share their thinking, ideas, and research with the wider world. At Cambridge we encourage students to cross disciplinary borders in their learning, and it is pleasing to see students taking that one step further in establishing this cross-disciplinary journal for the study of Human Behaviour.”
Submit a Manuscript!
WHO CAN SUBMIT?
Any undergraduate, internationally, can submit a manuscript. Manuscripts will be peer-reviewed fairly and rigorously.
WHAT CAN I SUBMIT?
– A manuscript on any topic that relates to human behaviour. Our sections include (but not limited to):
Psychological and Behavioural Sciences, and
Interdisciplinary manuscripts are encouraged!
– 5,000 words maximum.
– Dissertations and projects permitted (must have been already submitted to your institution or author must have graduated). If unpublished data sets, findings, analyses etc. are used in your manuscript, you must provide a signed statement from the appropriate person(s)—this should be provided in the cover letter.
– Remember you must include a cover letter and abstract. Check our submission guidelines for full details!
HOW CAN I SUBMIT?
View our submission guidelines in our Handbook first and then click the “Submit” drop down item in the header and complete the form! (The form should auto-save your submission, if you need more time!)
Meet the incoming editors who oversee the peer-review process for their respective fields! See what our team are up to and what their interests are.
Interdisciplinary | Peer-Reviewed
The Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour (CJHB) is an interdisciplinary, quarterly journal that enjoys undergraduate submissions from various anthropological, psychological, and biological approaches to human behaviour.
CJHB hopes to provide a platform and opportunity for cross-fertilisation and interdisciplinarity in which the varying methodological frontiers of disciplines may converge, overlap, bisect, or even jar.
Our focus is human behaviour, however that may be taken and engaged with.
Our aim is to traverse the “two cultures” that are often imagined as having a “gulf of immutable comprehension” (Snow, 1965) between them; i.e., that of the social and natural sciences. Whilst we have decidedly delineated and recommended multiple disciplines to ground and analyse human behaviour, these heuristic distinctions—rather than empirical ones—should come to be understood as “utterly intertwined” (Sapolsky, 2018).