The International Journal of Transpersonal Studies (IJTS) is a semi-annual peer-reviewed academic journal encouraging empirical research on topics in transpersonal, integral, humanistic, positive, and other whole person approaches to psychology and related fields. As the largest and most accessible journal in the transpersonal field, and the only transpersonal journal listed by Scopus, IJTS is a highly influential publication within its sub-field of psychology. IJTS is read in over 180 countries and 30 dependencies or territories, and its readership is reflected in more than 100,000 article downloads per year by more than 50,000 total users.

Current Issue: Volume 41, Issue 2 (2022)



Special Topic Introduction


Empirical Research in Transpersonal Psychology, Part 4

Empirical Research on Transpersonal Topics from Around the World During the Pandemic, 2020–2023
Glenn Hartelius

Special Topic Articles


Emotion and Judgment in Young Women of a Society in Transition
Maura A. E. Pilotti and Khadija El Alaoui


The Role of Spiritual Intelligence and Differentiation in Predicting Marital Adjustment of Married Iranian Students
Sedigheh Ahmadi, Richard H. Morley, Faezeh Ghalebi, Hossein Ilanloo, and Christine D. Nguyen


Eliciting Awe in the Spectator: The Case of a Dhrupad-Based Dance Performance
Alfonso Santarpia, Andrée Martin, Armando Menicacci, Pierre De Oliveira, Daniel Lemieux, Laurence Éthier, Caroline Charbonneau, Bruno Pucella, Christophe Flambard, Les Frères Gundecha, Louis-Charles Lusignan, Alice Bourgasser, Élisabeth-Anne Dorléans, Ariane Dubé-Lavigne, and Angélique Poulin