Psychosocial Intervention


Psychosocial Intervention is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes papers in all areas relevant to Psychosocial Intervention. The Journal emphasizes an evidence-based perspective and welcomes unpublished papers reporting original basic and applied research, program evaluation, and intervention results.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. Psychosocial Intervention welcomes contributions from all areas of Psychology and allied disciplines, such as sociology, social work, public health, and social epidemiology.

2021 Impact Factor: 4.583 (Q1)

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Editor-in-Chief: Enrique Gracia


Special Issue: Treatment Resistant Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence: Research Advances


Neuropsychological Performance, Substance Misuse, and Recidivism in Intimate Partner Violence Perpetrators

69 - 77

Ángel Romero-Martínez, Marisol Lila, Carolina Sarrate-Costa, Javier Comes-Fayos, and Luis Moya-Albiol

Vol. 32. Núm. 2. May 2023

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Randomized Clinical Trial of a Brief Alcohol Intervention as an Adjunct to Batterer Intervention for Women Arrested for Domestic Violence

79 - 88

Meagan J. Brem, Ryan C. Shorey, Susan E. Ramsey, and Gregory L. Stuart

Vol. 32. Núm. 2. May 2023

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Participants in Court-mandated Intervention Programs for Intimate Partner Violence Perpetrators with Substance Use Problems: A Systematic Review of Specific Risk Factors

89 - 108

Cristina Expósito-Álvarez, Faraj A. Santirso, Gail Gilchrist, Enrique Gracia, and Marisol Lila

Vol. 32. Núm. 2. May 2023

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Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration Denial and Underreporting in Cisgender Male Couples

109 - 121

Alison R. Walsh and Rob Stephenson

Vol. 32. Núm. 2. May 2023

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Methodological Challenges in Group-based Randomised Controlled Trials for Intimate Partner Violence Perpetrators: A Meta-summary

123 - 136

William Turner, Karen Morgan, Marianne Hester, Gene Feder, and Helen Cramer

Vol. 32. Núm. 2. May 2023

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