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POWS Review

    The Psychology of Women Section Review provides a forum for discussion of issues and debates around all aspects of the psychology of women in research, teaching and professional practice. It aims to promote and support academic research and debate on issues related to the development of theory and practice concerning gender and other social divisions.

POWS Review encourages submissions from individuals at all stages of their career, including undergraduate and postgraduate students. It promotes a positive reviewing process.

POWS Review publishes:
  • theoretical and empirical papers;
  • reviews of relevant books and research;
  • special issues and features; and
  • short papers, commentaries, interviews and other non-traditional submissions in its 'Agora' section.

Access issues of POWS Review

The Psychology of Women Section produces up to two periodicals a year for their members titled Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Review.

Access the current issue (Spring 2013) of POWS Review here.

Current and past issues of the POWS Review are also available to purchase/download via the BPS shop in PDF format.

If you do not wish to join the British Psychological Society or Section, you can take out an individual or institutional subscription to the POWS Review by contacting our Commercial Sales Team on 0116 252 9551 or


Jane Callaghan (Editor and enquiries for Research Reviews)
Helen Owton (Assistant Editor, Book Reviews)
Jemma Tosh (Assistant Editor, Agora; Editor for reviewers)

The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of the organisations or institutions that they work for.

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