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Tuesday 30. April 2013

New issue of Psychological Thought (PSYCT) just published

PsychOpen is glad to announce the first issue of Psychological Thought (PSYCT) in 2013. Visit the journal's website to view the whole issue including the following articles:


Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support: A Contribution to the Investigation of Quality of Life
by Paraskevi Theofilou

Theoretical Analyses

A Historical Approach to Assertiveness
by Ivelina Peneva, Stoill Mavrodiev

Basic Social-Economic Factors Modelling Customer's Psychological Behaviour
by Ivan Krastev
(In Bulgarian)

For the Pseudoacceptance or Theoretical Bases of one Undescribed Defense Mechanism
by Svetoslav Borisov Karabelyov
(In Bulgarian)

Transition Experiences: Perilous Passages or New Challenges? Theoretical and Practical Understanding of Transitions for People With Autistic Spectrum Conditions
by Irina Roncaglia

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: A Transformative Approach to Negative Appraisals of Religious Origin
by George Varvatsoulias

Clinical Cases and Studies

Clinician, Society and Suicide Mountain: Reading Rogerian Doctrine of Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR)
by Chinedum Amadi

Perceived Social Support in Cancer Survivors: Some Preliminary Results
by Bilyana Velikova-Tzonkova

Research Articles

Comparative Analysis of the Current Status, Own Body Perception and Positive Experience From Diagnosed Breast Cancer
by Zornitza Ganeva
(In Bulgarian)

Contribution of Self-Esteem and Collective Self-Esteem in Predicting Depression
by Shraddha Sharma, Surila Agarwala

Roles of Personality Types, Emotional Intelligence and Gender Differences on Prosocial Behavior
by Olukayode A. Afolabi

Psychometric Properties in Bulgarian Adaptation of Lie Scale From M. Bond's Defense Styles Questionnaire
by Stanislava Stoyanova, Silviya Savova, Nikolay Ivantchev
(In Bulgarian)

Occupational Burnout Among Employees in Some Service Occupations in Nigeria: Are Health Workers Different?
by Bolanle Ogungbamila

Events, Meetings and Reports

Bulgarian Society of Individual Psychology
by Zhaneta Stoykova, Tiha Delcheva
(In Bulgarian)


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