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THE JOURNAL

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 Psicólogos de Madrid [Madrid Regional Association of Psychologists]. It publishes 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 ry. 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 manuto the reviewers.

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

Editor-in-chief: Ramón Arce

ABOUT US

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IMPACT FACTOR

 

Impact Factor = 3.524 (Percentile 96)

CiteScore = 2.44 (percentile 95)

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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER AND SPANISH LEGAL DEPOSIT OF PRINTER

ISSN: 1889-1861

DOI

The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context makes use of DOI, the international code allowing reliable and consistent access to content at any moment.

COPYRIGHT

©Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de Madrid, 2019.

HIGHLIGHTS

Vol. 11. Num. 1. 2019. Pages 1-49    

Rapists and Child Abusers Share Low Levels in Executive Updating, but Do not in Fluid Reasoning

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Óscar Herrero, Sergio Escorial, and Roberto Colom

Vol. 11. Num. 1. 2019

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Influence of Parental Styles and Other Psychosocial Variables on the Development of Externalizing Behaviors in Adolescents: A Sytematic Review

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José Antonio Ruiz-Hernández, Elena Moral-Zafra, Bartolomé Llor-Esteban, and José Antonio Jiménez-Barbero

Vol. 11. Num. 1. 2019

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Longitudinal Effects of Parenting Mediated by Deviant Peers on Violent and Non-Violent Antisocial Behaviour and Substance Use in Adolescence

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Olalla Cutrín, Lorena Maneiro, Jorge Sobral, and José A. Gómez-Fraguela

Vol. 11. Num. 1. 2019

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Analysis of Burnout Predictors in Nursing: Risk and Protective Psychological Factors

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María del Carmen Pérez-Fuentes, María del Mar Molero-Jurado, José J. Gázquez-Linares, and María del Mar Simón-Márquez

Vol. 11. Num. 1. 2019

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Psychosocial Profiles of Adults with ADHD: A Comparative Study of Prison and Outpatient Psychiatric Samples

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Trinidad García, Celestino Rodríguez, Javier Rodríguez, Asunción Fernández Suarez, Vanesa Richarte, and J. Antoni Ramos-Quiroga

Vol. 11. Num. 1. 2019

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