Psychology and Neuroscience
We publish ground-breaking Psychology and Neuroscience scholarship across the field, from established topics such as Developmental Psychology to emerging areas like Cultural Psychology.
With an established reputation for publishing cutting-edge research in Social Psychology, Critical Mental Health and Clinical Psychology, we are committed to promoting innovative research that addresses the most pressing challenges associated with wellbeing and mental health in today’s societies.
Meet the editors
Grace joined Palgrave in 2014 and has spent time working scholarly and professional Finance as well as philosophy programmes. Grace publishes scholarly books across psychology in a variety of formats, including research monographs, edited collections, handbooks, major reference works and Palgrave pivots. She has a keen interest in commissioning interdisciplinary and international work across the field, particularly in personality and social psychology, clinical, cognitive and forensic psychology, psychotherapy, health psychology and counselling, history of psychology, neuropsychology, sexual behaviour and gender.
Rachel publishes scholarly work in the areas of Psychology and Neuroscience, Geography and Science & Technology Studies. She is interested in receiving proposals for monographs, edited volumes, Palgrave Pivots, handbooks and other reference works. Rachel has been a Commissioning Editor with Palgrave Editorial for three years, and previously served as the Asia-Pacific Commissioning Editor based in Shanghai. Prior to Palgrave, she worked at Oxford University Press with the editorial, sales and marketing teams.
Palgrave-Macmillan are global leaders in connecting authors and readers in scholarly publishing. The titles they publish reach a wide international audience, and are of an extremely high academic standard. These are books with high production values, books that have been subject to stringent reviewing, editorial and copy-editing processes. Palgrave’s editorial and production staff, moreover, are professional, open to the suggestions and questions of authors, and supportive of new and established scholarly writers alike.