Psychosocial Intervention


Psychosocial Intervention is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes papers in all areas relevant to Psychosocial Intervention at the individual, family, social networks, organization, community, and population levels. The Journal emphasizes an evidence-based perspective and welcomes papers reporting original basic and applied research, program evaluation, and intervention results. Psychosocial Intervention is committed to advance knowledge, and to provide scientific evidence informing psychosocial interventions tackling social and community problems, and promoting social welfare and quality of life. Psychosocial Intervention welcomes contributions from all areas of Psychology and allied disciplines, such as sociology, social work, public health, and social epidemiology.

2017 Impact Factor: 1.545

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Editor-in-Chief: Enrique Gracia 



Intimate Partner Violence Risk Assessment in Community Health Facilities: A Multisite Longitudinal Study


Karin Arbach and Antonella Bobbio

Vol. 27. Núm. 2. 2018

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Development and Psychometric Analysis of the Sense of Community Descriptors Scale


Júlia Halamová, Martin Kanovský, and Eva Naništová

Vol. 27. Núm. 1. 2018

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Barriers Identification as Intervention to Engage Breast Cancer Survivors in Physical Activity


Nathalie André, Marine Pillaud, Aurélien Davoust, and Louis Laurencelle

Vol. 27. Núm. 1. 2018

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The Community Role of Schools in Jicamarca and Villa El Salvador (Peru): Crosscutting Behavior Settings in Personal Networks


Isidro Maya-Jariego, Daniel Holgado, Esperanza Márquez and Francisco J. Santolaya

Vol. 27. Núm. 1. 2018

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Out-of-Home Care for Children at-Risk in Israel and in Spain: Current Lessons and Future Challenges


Hanita Kosher, Carme Montserrat, Shalhevet Attar-Schwartz, Ferran Casas, and Anat Zeira

Vol. 27. Núm. 1. 2018

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ACT Raising Safe Kids Program to promote positive maternal parenting practices in different socioeconomic contexts


Maria Eduarda André Pedro , Elisa Rachel Pisani Altafim, and Maria Beatriz Martins Linhares

Vol. 26. Núm. 2. 2017

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