Sources include: Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Journal of Family Issues, International Journal of Behavioral Development, American Educational Research Journal, Educational Researcher, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, and the list goes on.
What does JHP stand for?
JHP stands for Journal of Humanistic Psychology
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We have 42 other meanings of JHP in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Hygienic Olefin and Styrene Plastics Association (Tokyo, Japan; est. 1973)
- JSTOR (Journal Storage)/Harvard Object Validation Environment
- John Henry Owen Willcox
- Jacketed Hollow Point (bullet)
- Japan Team of Young Human Power (est. 1993)
- Jewish Heritage Program
- Jobs Have Priority (est. 1988; Washington, DC)
- Joe Hamilton Productions
- Joseph Henry Press (National Academies Press imprint)
- Journal of Health Psychology
- Jours Hors Projet (French: Days Off Project)
- Jan Hird Pokorny Associates (architecture firm; New York, NY)
- Japan Highway Public Corporation
- Joint Health Planning Committee (Australia)
- Joint Hospital Planning Council (Bridgeport, CT)
- Jefferson Hospital Philadelphia Distance Run (Philadelphia, PA
- John Healey Photography (Washington, DC)
- Journal of the History of Philosophy
- Joy Huber Presentations, Inc.
- Japan Hygiene Products Industry Association (Tokyo, Japan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 32(1), 1992, 65-89.
In the Journal of Humanistic Psychology (1992), Stephen Kierulff predicts that the end of the century will produce an upsurge in apocalpytic expectations by premillennialists, or Armageddonists -- those who believe that Jesus is coming before the millennium and that conditions on Earth will get worse before he comes.