NOVEMBER ISSUE 2011 - 7(4)
EUROPE'S JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
We are pleased to announce that the FOURTH EDITION FROM 2011 of Europe's Journal of Psychology (EJOP) is posted online and can be accessed at http://www.ejop.org/archives/category/volume7/vol7-no4. EJOP is an open access and peer reviewed e-journal, currently indexed by EBSCO, Scopus and PsychEXTRA, publishing four issues per year.
The current edition includes:
* Editorial: Moral competence and the democratic way of living by Georg Lind
* Interview: On curiosity and passion for science: Interview with Emily Holmes by Vlad Glaveanu
* Research reports:
* Emotion regulation difficulties in alexithymia and mental health by Rakesh Pandey, Prachi Saxena and Akanksha Dubey
* Hospital culture, work satisfaction and psychological well-being by Roland Burke, Mustafa Koyuncu and Lisa Fiksenbaum
* From icon to person: Findings form a qualitative study of motherhood in Crete by Sofia Triliva and Catherine Brusten
* Relation between human resource development climate and employee engagement: Results from India by Richa Chaudhary, Santosh Rangnekar and Mukesh Barua
* When the sunny side is down: Re-mapping the relationship between direction and valence by Adele Pacini and Philip Barnard
* Turkish adaptation, validity, and reliability of The Domestic Violence Coping Self-Efficacy (DV-CSE) measure by Orkide Akpinar
* Islamic worldview, religious personality and resilience among Muslim adolescent students in India by Narayanan Annalakshmi and Mohammed Abeer
* Literature review:
* Psychobiography as a method. The revival of studying lives: New perspectives in personality and creativity research by Zoltan Kovary
* Book reviews:
* Doing Bayesian Data Analysis: A Tutorial with R and BUGS authored by John K. Kruschke, a review by John Barry
* We've Got Issues: Children and Parents in the Age of Medication authored by Judith Warner, a review by Elin Weiss
* Global PsyPulse: 11th International Conference on Social Representations; ICAPBS 2012: International Conference on Applied Psychology and Behavioral Sciences; 16th European Conference on Personality
Europe's Journal of Psychology is a free online quarterly peer-reviewed journal publishing original studies, research, critical contributions, interviews and book reviews in any field of psychology written by and intended for both psychologists and psychology students worldwide. Articles can be submitted at any time and generally the review process (double-blind peer review) takes between four and six weeks. Consequently the journal has one of the fastest and most effective peer review systems shortening considerably the time between submission and publication.
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