Intuition is an undergraduate academic journal of psychology. It is managed, edited, and designed by an editorial board composed of undergraduate psychology students, a faculty advisor, and other faculty members who assist in the reviewing process. Intuition publishes two issues a year, one in both the fall and winter semesters. The journal seeks to publish psychological research, studies, essays, reviews, and cover art done by psychology undergraduates. Click here for submission information or submit directly to

Intuition allows students to showcase their work and gain publication experience while generating an incentive for students to create and perform research. Additionally, editing for Intuition gives students valuable experience reviewing and editing manuscripts, and learning how to be critical reviewers and consumers of psychological literature. Furthermore, Intuition allows all involved students to network with faculty and other high-achieving psychology students through the publication experience. Come join in our effort to further the study of psychology at Brigham Young University.

Articles and other content in this issue do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Brigham Young University, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Intuition editors. Any comments should be directed to Intuition Editor, 1001 SWKT, BYU, Provo UT, 84606, or email at: