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Psychosocial Intervention

THE JOURNAL

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 The Journal emphasizes an evidence-based perspective and welcomes unpublished papers reporting original basic and applied research, program evaluation, and intervention results.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, 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.

2018 Impact Factor: 2.614

Clarivate Analytics (Journal Citation Reports, 2019)

Editor-in-Chief: Enrique Gracia

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HIGHLIGHTS

   

Effectiveness of a Mobile App Intervention to Prevent Dating Violence in Residential Child Care

59 - 66

José J. Navarro-Pérez, Amparo Oliver, Ángela Carbonell, and Barry H. Schneider

Vol. 29. Núm. 2. - 2020

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Controlling Behaviors in Couple Relationships in the Digital Age: Acceptability of Gender Violence, Sexism, and Myths about Romantic Love

67 - 81

M. Dolores Sánchez-Hernández, M. Carmen Herrera-Enríquez, and Francisca Expósito

Vol. 29. Núm. 2. - 2020

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A Feasibility Evaluation of the Incredible Years® School Readiness Parenting Programme

83 - 91

Judy Hutchings, Kirstie L. Pye, Tracey Bywater, and Margiad E. Williams

Vol. 29. Núm. 2. - 2020

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Discrimination, Work Stress, and Psychological Well-being in LGBTI Workers in Spain

93 - 101

Miguel Moya and Alba Moya-Garófano

Vol. 29. Núm. 2. - 2020

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Connectedness, Engagement, and Learning through Social Work Communities on LinkedIn

103 - 112

Joaquín Castillo-de Mesa and Luis Gómez-Jacinto

Vol. 29. Núm. 2. - 2020

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Cooperation after Divorce: An RCT Study of the Effects of a Digital Intervention Platform on Self-Perceived Stress

113 - 123

Ana Cipric, Jenna M. Strizzi, Camilla S. Øverup, Theis Lange, Aleksandar Štulhofer, Søren Sander, Simone Gad-Kjeld, and Gert M. Hald

Vol. 29. Núm. 2. - 2020

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