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The European Psychologist


The European Psychologist is a direct source of information regarding both applied and research psychology throughout Europe; provides both reviews of specific fields and original papers of seminal importance; integrates across subfields and provides easy access to essential state-of-the-art information in all areas within psychology; provides a European perspective on many dimensions of new work being done elsewhere in psychology; makes European psychology visible globally;  promotes scientific and professional cooperation among European psychologists; develops the mutual contribution of psychological theory and practice.

The European Psychologist, the English language voice of psychology in Europe, seeks to integrate across all specializations in psychology and to provide a general platform for communication and cooperation among psychologists throughout Europe and  worldwide.


The Journal accepts four kinds of contribution:

1. Original articles (peer reviewed) form an essential section of the journal. Not necessarily focused on European aspects, these present important new findings and ideas, and are written for a non- specialist, general readership in psychology.

2. Contemporary reviews (peer reviewed) provide carefully written state-of-the art papers on trends and developments within psychology, with possible reference to European perceptions or fields of specialization.

3. Reports inform readers about the work of major research and on psychology-related activities of European institutions and on scientific trends in member countries. Articles on legal and regulatory developments and on trends within respective fields and the political realm that will impact on any aspect of psychology may also be included here. These contributions can be presented in a lively manner, and may involve such formats as discussions, interviews, debates, or conventional articles.

4. News and announcements: The Journal will act as a central source of information on important legal, regulatory, ethical, and administrative events of interest to psychologists working throughout Europe. Such items include: Reports on major congresses, Calendar of forthcoming meetings, Information on key symposia and seminars, European funding information about major projects, Current data on academic and other major vacancies. Book reviews will also be published from time to time.


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