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The SA Journal of Industrial Psychology provides a forum for cutting-edge, peer reviewed research in all fields related to investigations into the ways in which the individual can balance their daily activities (socially, culturally or linguistically) against the larger context of corporate, organisational and institutional values.

Editor-in-Chief: Melinde Coetzee, University of South Africa, South Africa.

Society affiliation: Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology of SA (South Africa).


Since 2012, the Journal has been taking part in plagiarism detection initiatives. In the event of suspected plagiarism in submitted works iThenticate, is available to the editors of the SA Journal of Industrial Psychology to detect instances of overlapping and similar text. We kindly ask authors to scrutinise their text to ensure all work is properly cited, before online submission to the journal.

Latest articles

Original Research
Work–family conflict based on strain: The most hazardous type of conflict in Iranian hospitals nurses
Morteza Charkhabi, Riccardo Sartori, Andrea Ceschi
Vol 42, No 1 (2016), 10 pages
Published: 2016-06-20

Original Research
The psychological well-being manifesting among master’s students in Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Frans Cilliers, Aden-Paul Flotman
Vol 42, No 1 (2016), 11 pages
Published: 2016-06-20

Original Research
Exploring the impact of information and communication technology on employees’ work and personal lives
Wihan de Wet, Eileen Koekemoer, Jan Alewyn Nel
Vol 42, No 1 (2016), 11 pages
Published: 2016-06-14


ISSN: 0258-5200 (print) | ISSN: 2071-0763 (online)

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