European Psychologist Journal
The European Psychologist is the official organ of EFPA and supported by other organizations of psychology in Europe
Impact factor (Two Year) of 3.372 for 2015.
Editor in Chief : Peter FRENSCH
Managing Editor : Kristen LAVALLEE
Free online sample issue: http://econtent.hogrefe.com/toc/epp/20/1
The European Psychologist is a multidisciplinary journal that serves as the voice of psychology in Europe, seeking to integrate across all specializations in psychology and to provide a general platform for communication and cooperation among psychologists throughout Europe and worldwide. The journal accepts two kinds of contributions:
1. Original integrative articles constitute the core material published in the journal, and are state-of-the-art papers on research trends and developments within psychology, with possible reference to European perceptions or fields of specialization. Empirical articles will be considered only in rare circumstances when they present findings from major multinational, multidisciplinary or longitudinal studies, or present results with markedly wide relevance.
2. EFPA Documents are a central source of information on important legal, regulatory, ethical, and administrative matters of interest to members of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA) and other psychologists working throughout Europe. Such items include: News, reports from congresses or EFPA task forces and member country organizations, policy statements, keynote and award addresses, archival or historical documents with relevance for all European psychologists, and calendars of forthcoming meetings.
European Psychologist is abstracted/indexed in Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences (CC/S&BS), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), ISI Alerting Services, Social SciSearch, PsycINFO, PASCAL, PSYNDEX, ERIH, and Scopus.
European Psychologist is archived with Portico.
- 2015: 3.372
- 2014: 1.778
- 2013: 1.169
- 2012: 0.794
- 2011: 1.306
- 2010: 1.667
- 2009: 1.481
- 2008: 1.482
- 2007: 1.105
- 2006: 1.189
- 2005: 0.849
- 2004: 0.691
* (Journal Citation Reports®, Thomson Reuters 2012)