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Latest Issue of Psychreg Journal of Psychology (Volume 5, Issue 1), Published

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The latest issue (Volume 5, Issue 1) of Psychreg Journal of Psychology (PJP) is now available.

Here’s a list of the articles included in this issue:

  • The psychosocial impact of attending a cancer choir: The benefits of social connectedness for people affected by cancer
    Bethan Collins[1], [2], Hannah O’Mahoney[1], & Rachael Hunter[2]
    [1]Tenovus Cancer Care, United Kingdom
    [2]Swansea University, United Kingdom
  • Fully inhabiting the body to ‘just be’: The trajectory of a schizophrenic patient
    Célia Vaz-Cerniglia[1], Amanda Comoretto[1], Margherita Merucci[1], & Annita Ventouris[2]
    [1]Lyon Catholic University, France
    [2]University of West London, United Kingdom
  • The effects of age and political engagement on COVID-19 pandemic metamemory
    Christie Chung, Marie Schulte-Bisping, & Shayna Berkowitz
    Mills College, United States
  • Gender differences in happiness in association to cognitive flexibility among adults: An exploratory study
    Debaleena Ghosh & Susmita Halder
    Amity Institute of Behavioural Health & Allied Sciences, India
  • The religiousness-IQ nexus is not a Jensen effect: Evidence from the NLSY79
    Edward Dutton[1] & Gerhard Meisenberg[2]
    [1]Asbiro University, Poland
    [2]Ulster Institute for Social Research, United Kingdom
  • When the toaster knows what you are up to: The effect of mentalisation on the uncanny valley effect
    Jan Ridder & Marc-André Reinhard
    University Kassel, Germany
  • How therapists work with men is related to their views on masculinity, patriarchy, and politics
    John A. Barry, Louise Liddon, Robert Walker, & Martin J. Seager
    Male Psychology Network, United Kingdom
  • Can we experience relationship jealousy online? The effect of rival attractiveness
    Martin Graff
    University of South Wales, United Kingdom
  • Athletic identity: The role of race and gender in the athletic identification of British basketball players
    Mitchell Rae & Laura Jenkins
    Loughborough University, United Kingdom
  • Re-evaluating the idea of Gestalt psychology for assessment theory in teacher education
    Adam Attwood
    Austin Peay State University, United States
  • This generation has to overturn Freud’s iceberg
    Amir Singh
    Management Development Institute of Singapore
  • Predictors of irrational beliefs and behaviours: A critical perspective
    Katerina Flora
    Independent researcher, Greece
  • A review of the current measures used within the English courts for vulnerable individuals with autism spectrum disorder
    Kathryn Devine, Dara Mojtahedi, & Derrol Kola-Palmer
    University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom
  • Emotional intelligence: Theoretical analysis of the conceptual framework
    Lorena Maxim
    State Pedagogical University, Romania
  • Maslow revised: How COVID-19 highlights a circle of needs, not a hierarchy
    Lynne Taylor[1] & Martin Seager[2]
    [1]University Kassel, Germany
    [2]Male Psychology Network, United Kingdom
  • Protestant working ethics and the spirit of feminism: A critique of Martha Nussbaum’s capabilities approach
    Markus Meier
    Externado de Colombia University
  • The upward mobility of recovery: Using lived experience to steer healing in the right direction
    Maxwell Guttman
    Mental Health Affairs, United States
  • ‘Design is a “bullshit” job’: The constraints of capitalism as a barrier to fulfilling psychological needs
    Ramon Sampatasatien[1] & Amoneeta Beckstein[2]
    [1]Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
    [2]Webster University, Thailand

Launched in 2017, PJP is an open access initiative of Psychreg. The publication does not charge any fees, and pays most of its peer reviewers. Click here to see the editorial board members.

On March 2022, a conference proceeding will be published by PJP which will contain all the abstracts to be presented at the upcoming ICPCE 2021 Virtual Conference. Here’s the call for abstracts.


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