Behavioural Sciences Undergraduate Journal

The BSUJ is a peer-reviewed, open-access, undergraduate journal focused in the behavioural sciences. Our mission reflects the learning of scientific principles. research integrity, publishing process, and constructive collaboration at foundational levels.

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Posted: 2017-03-21

Incoming Executive Committee

Introduces the incoming BSUJ Executive Committee for the 2017 academic year.  
Posted: 2016-10-12 More...

BSUJ Newsletter May 2016

Describes the BSUJ's current status.  
Posted: 2016-05-07 More...

Special Issue published on the Psychology of Social Cognition and the Self


We are pleased to announce the release of this special issue, focused on the complex links between the psychology of self and others.

Please read the Editorial on page 2 for an introduction to the fundamental concepts presented within the issue (pdf under the 'current' tab table of contents).

Thank you to our team at the BSUJ and MRU for the support and commitment to open-access publication.

Famira Racy

--Editor, BSUJ

Posted: 2015-09-17

Special issue on social cognition & self editorial cliff notes

We have come up with a layout for the new psychology special issue consisting of 3 sections: 1) Self-Awareness & Well-being, 2) Self Processes, & 3) Social Cognition.
The plan:

1) Self-awareness & Well-being (articles on rumination & depression, mindfulness & addiction, music & self-awareness)

2) Self-processes (articles on self-efficacy, self-esteem & inner speech)

3) Social cognition (articles on stereotype formation, gender schema formation, use of biases & street harassment)


Posted: 2015-08-22

BSUJ Welcomes Dr. David Mumby of Concordia University to the team


Interested in cognitive neuroscience? BSUJ welcomes Dr. David Mumby as an Associate Editor to the team:

Posted: 2014-10-31

You can publish in MANY WAYS with the BSUJ


As the new semester begins, remeber that with the BSUJ you can revise and submit your:

Term papers

Literature reviews

Research proposals

Theoretical advancements



Responses to papers or commentaries

Shortened theses

You can also revamp and submit old papers or write new ones, from class or written of your own accord, at any time.

Email for more information.



Posted: 2014-09-09

Positions available


The BSUJ has the following positions available:

Committee Chair and Members

Board of Editors (Associate Editor, External Editor)

Board of Reviewers (faculty and peers in all behavioural sciences)

Advisory Board (faculty and other experts in behavioural sciences, as well as in interdisciplinary studies, reviewing, editing, publishing, ethics, etc.)

Email if you are interested in any of these positions.
Posted: 2014-09-09

Inaugural issue


Welcome to thel inaugural issue of the BSUJ!

Please enjoy this issue and share this research to help spread education and understanding on these important topics. There are many forums that can make use of this research, ranging from social justice, politics, identity theory, psychology, sexuality, and more.



Posted: 2013-12-06
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