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Thursday 30. April 2015

New issue of Psychological Thought (PSYCT) published

Psychological Thought (PSYCT) has published its April issue

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


Predatory Publishing and the Psychology Behind it
by Marius Druga?

Theoretical Analyses

Probability of Responding: A Return to the Original Brunswik
by James Anthony Athanasou, Esther Kaufmann

The Evolutionary Logic of the Obsessive Trait Complex: Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder as a Complementary Behavioral Syndrome
by Steven Charles Hertler

Adult Personal Resilience: A New Theory, New Measure, and Practical Implications
by Robert J. Taormina

Rape Crimes Reviewed: The Role of Observer Variables in Female Victim Blaming
by Maria Clara Ferrão, Gabriela Gonçalves

Research Articles

Most Important Work Values in Bulgarian University Students
by Svetoslava Bayrakova

Nostalgia and Sentimentality Among Minority Elderly People (Bulgarian Roma People and Hungarians Living in Romania)
by Stanislava Stoyanova, Natali Doseva, Teodor Gergov, Emese Virginás-Tar

Personality Characteristics and Informal Leadership Among Young People With Mild and Moderate Degree of Intellectual Disability
by Radostina Antonova, Tzveta Stoeva, Kalina Dimova, Rusko Kumovski
(In Bulgarian)

Self-Esteem and Collective Self-Esteem Among Adolescents: An Interventional Approach
by Shraddha Sharma, Surila Agarwala

Clinical Cases and Studies

Etiology, Composition, Development and Maintenance of Misophonia: A Conditioned Aversive Reflex Disorder
by Thomas H. Dozier

Book Reviews

Book Review: Managing and Sharing Research Data: A Guide to Good Practice
by Stanislava Stoyanova


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