Psychomachina now has E-ISSN and DOI Prefix


We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone in our journey of academic excellence. As part of our continuous efforts to enhance the accessibility, credibility, and visibility of our journal, we are delighted to inform you that we have been assigned an Electronic International Standard Serial Number (E-ISSN) 3024-9406 and a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) prefix 10.59388.

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Current Issue

Vol. 1 (2023): Psychomachina

Psychomachina operates under a continuous publication model, publishing articles throughout the year as they are accepted. The journal organizes articles into a single volume annually, without separate issue numbers. Authors can submit manuscripts at any time, and accepted articles will be published online immediately upon completion of the editorial process. For citation purposes, each article will be assigned a unique article number and will include the year of publication.

Published: 2023-12-13


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The Psychomachina (E-ISSN 3024-9406) is an open-access and peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by Scidac Plus. The journal explores the complex interactions between individuals and technology from a psychological perspective and how these interactions affect individuals' well-being, cognitive processes, social interactions, and other psychological outcomes.

Psychomachina welcomes original research articles, reviews, and theoretical papers that explore the psychological aspects of human-technology interaction. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • The impact of technology on psychological processes, such as attention, memory, and decision-making
  • The psychological effects of digital media use, such as social media, gaming, and virtual reality
  • The role of technology in shaping human emotions, attitudes, and beliefs
  • The psychological impact of assistive technologies, such as prosthetics and rehabilitation devices
  • The psychology of human-robot interaction and the design of socially intelligent robots
  • The ethical and moral considerations of using technology in psychological research and practice