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The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context

The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context, the official journal of the Sociedad Española de Psicología Jurídica y Forense [Spanish Society of Forensic Psychology] and the Asociación Iberoamericana de Justicia Terapéutica [Latin-American Association of Therapeutic Jurisprudence] edited by these associations and Colegio Oficial de la Psicología de Madrid [Madrid Regional Association of Psychology]. It publishes unpublished empirical articles and meta-analytic reviews of topics dealing with psychology and law (e.g., legal decision making, eyewitness). Papers addressing both the inquisitorial and the adversarial legal systems will be welcome as well as papers based on concrete laws of a European or Latin-American country. Neither the Editors nor the Publishers will accept responsibility for the views or statements expressed by the authors. The journal is aimed at researchers, academics and professionals in Psychology, Law, Social Work, Forensic Sciences, Educators and, in general, people related with Social Sciences and the Law.

The manuscripts will be reviewed by two blind referees. The reviews are anonymous for authors and reviewers. Author identities will be removed before sending out a manuscript to the reviewers.

Authors are not charged any fees or charges for manuscript processing and/or publishing in the journal.

Editor-in-chief: Ramón Arce

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Impact Factor 2019= 4.905 (Percentile 98)

CiteScore 2019 = 6.7 (percentile 98)

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ISSN: 1889-1861

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Vol. 12. Num. 2. - 2020. Pages 53-92    

Which Tactics of Sexual Violence Predict Leaving the Relationship? The Role of Dependence towards Partner

53 - 60

Marta Garrido-Macías, Inmaculada Valor-Segura, and Francisca Expósito

Vol. 12. Num. 2. - 2020

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Attitudes towards School Violence Questionnaire, Revised Version: CAHV-28

61 - 68

José A. Ruiz-Hernández, David Pina, Esteban Puente-López, Aurelio Luna-Maldonado, and Bartolomé Llor-Esteban

Vol. 12. Num. 2. - 2020

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Psychosocial and Personality Characteristics of Juvenile Offenders in a Detention Centre regarding Recidivism Risk

69 - 75

Raúl Cacho, Javier Fernández-Montalvo, José J. López-Goñi, Alfonso Arteaga, and Begoña Haro

Vol. 12. Num. 2. - 2020

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Motivational Strategies, Working Alliance, and Protherapeutic Behaviors in Batterer Intervention Programs: A Randomized Controlled Trial

77 - 84

Faraj A. Santirso, Marisol Lila, and Enrique Gracia

Vol. 12. Num. 2. - 2020

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Longitudinal Patterns of Antisocial Behaviors in Early Adolescence: A Latent Class and Latent Transition Analysis

85 - 92

Elena Nasaescu, Izabela Zych, Rosario Ortega-Ruiz, David P. Farrington, and Vicente J. Llorent

Vol. 12. Num. 2. - 2020

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