- Célina Chumbi-Flores
- Jacob Lalongé
The Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations and Identity (JIRIRI) is an international scientific journal published annually in April. The mission of the JIRIRI is to offer undergraduate students a unique opportunity to fully experience the scientific method from the development of original ideas to their diffusion, through the peer review process.
The JIRIRI also aims to promote the conception and expression of new theoretical ideas in the fields of identity, interpersonal and intergroup relations — ideas that could eventually become solid bases for large-scale studies.
The JIRIRI publishes both theoretical and empirical articles. Thus, any undergraduate student in psychology or in a related field eager to share and refine his or her ideas or results pertaining to identity, interpersonal or intergroup relations is invited to submit a manuscript.