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Published Since
1987
Scholarly Journal of Psychology

ISSN 1311-4700 (Print)

ISSN 2367-4563 (Online)

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Issue 1 (January - June)

Issue 2 (July - December)

PUBLISHER

BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

Institute for Population and Human Studies

Department of Psychology

EDITORIAL OFFICE

BULGARIA, Sofia 1113,

Acad. Georgi Bonchev St., bld. 6, fl. 5

E-mail: psy_research@abv.bg

As of 2022, the Psychological Research (in the Balkans) Journal (PsyRB) provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

"Psychological Research (in the Balkans)" (PsyRB) is devoted to advancing psychological science by providing an international platform for timely dissemination of important research ideas and findings. The focus of the journal is psychological research in the Balkans. Diverse countries coexist in this region in terms of EU membership and religion: countries with different cultures and customs. The specific problems of studying the psychological and social factors in combination with cross-cultural research will develop the knowledge of the region.

Psychological Research (in the Balkans) (PsyRB) goes beyond its original regional focus to feature high quality articles that address issues that challenging contemporary societies worldwide. It is a general-interest journal that publishes articles demonstrating scientific excellence across the entire spectrum of psychological science, including cognitive, social, developmental, educational, industrial, organizational, and health psychology, as well as cognitive neuroscience, and other related topics. The journal welcomes submissions, including empirical research articles, short reports, reviews, meta-analyses, replications and commentaries.

Forthcoming Articles

MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL AVENUES OF YOUNG PEOPLE

POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH AMONG BULGARIAN ADOLESCENTS: THE PROTECTIVE ROLE OF CONFIDENCE AND CONNECTION

Anna Alexandrova-Karamanova
June 2022

DO WE PERCEIVE EXPERIENCING MORE STRESS IN EARLY ADULTHOOD IF WE HAD PERCEIVED EXPERIENCING PARENTAL REJECTION IN CHILDHOOD?

Nadia Koltcheva
June 2022

UNFRIENDING ON FACEBOOK: SPECIFICS, MOTIVATIONS, AND REPERCUSSIONS FOR THE UNFRIENDED

Polimira Miteva
June 2022

THE SOCIAL UNDERSTANDING OF BULGARIAN BILINGUAL CHILDREN - THEORY OF MIND PERSPECTIVE

Hristo Kyuchukov
June 2022

YOUNG RESEARCHERS

ANXIETY, STRESS RESISTANCE AND BURNОUT SYNDROME IN YOUNG DENTISTS WITH DIFFERENT WORK EXPERIENCE

Antoaneta Vacheva
June 2022

RESEARCH METHODS & ANALYTIC APPROACHES

SPURIOUS CORRELATIONS DUE TO INTERNAL PSYCHOLOGICAL BIASES WHEN MEASURING WITH SUBJECTIVE QUESTIONNAIRES

Georgi Petkov
June 2022

PERCEIVED EFFECTS OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON LOVE, SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE

Sonya Dragova-Koleva, Metodi Koralov, Martin Yankov
September 2022

PERCEIVED THREATS AND DIFFICULTIES OF MOTHERS OF YOUNG CHILDREN AFTER 9 MONTHS IN A COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Emanuela Paunova-Markova
September 2022

FAMILY WELL-BEING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN BULGARIA

Mila Maeva
September 2022

GRATITUDE DURING THE COVID CRISIS - TO WHOM AND FOR WHAT THE BULGARIANS ARE GRATEFUL

Katerina Atias
September 2022

INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE: AN APPLICATION OF ATTACHMENT THEORY

Maria Sokolova, Diana Bakalova
December 2022

THE PERCEIVED PARENTING STYLE AS A PREDICTOR OF THE GENERAL FEMALE COMMUNICATION STYLE

Stanimira Trifonova
December 2022

THE ROLE OF THE BODY AND EXTENDED MEMORY SYSTEMS IN WORKING WITH TRAUMATIC MEMORIES

Radostina Minina
December 2022

Current IssueVol 25, No 1 (2022)

Published June 30, 2022

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