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Psychologist Papers is a scientific-professional journal, whose purpose is to publish reviews, meta-analyzes, solutions, discoveries, guides, experiences and useful methods to address problems and issues arising in professional practice in any area of the Psychology. It is also provided as a forum for contrasting opinions and encouraging debate on controversial approaches or issues.

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  • Director: Serafín Lemos Giráldez
  • Dissemination: (November 2013)
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Psychologist Papers is a scientific-professional journal, whose purpose is to publish reviews, meta-analyzes, solutions, discoveries, guides, experiences and useful methods to address problems and issues arising in professional practice in any area of the Psychology.
It is also provided as a forum for contrasting opinions and encouraging debate on controversial approaches or issues.

Authors may be academic or professional, and include both invitation and traditional work.
All decisions are made through an anonymous and rigorous review process, in order to ensure that the work reflects the latest approaches and practical applications.

Papeles del Psicólogo / Psychologist Papers do not charge fees for the processing and / or publication of articles; At the same time, and bearing in mind that all the articles published in the magazine are also offered in electronic version in English, the translation costs are financed by the publisher.

Papeles del Psicólogo / Psychologist Papers is a freely accessible journal and, in accordance with DOAJ requirements, all content is freely available in full text; And readers are authorized to search and access the link to any published article; Download, copy, distribute or print it, without prior authorization from the publisher and the author or authors, provided that the author or authors of the same and the original source of publication are cited and acknowledged, Commercial of the same.

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May 2022

A bibliometric study of the Spanish scientific production in Clinical Psychology published in international journals during a period of 50 years (1971-2020) is carried out. There are 3636 papers published in 130 Clinical Psychology journals, which contained 16135 author signatures, corresponding to a total of 8547 authors. 70.76% of the authors are temporary and only 2.01% have participated in the completion of 10 or more papers. It is observed that the increase in the number of Clinical Psychology studies carried out in Spanish institutions is related to the presence of a greater number of Spanish journals of this discipline in the Web of Science, which confirms the degree of maturity that Clinical Psychology has reached in Spain, which is manifested by the increase in the number of papers published in international journals and the increase in the number of Spanish Clinical Psychology journals in WoS.


A bibliometric study of the Spanish scientific production in Clinical Psychology published in international journals during a period of 50 years (1971-2020) is carried out. There are 3636 papers published in 130 Clinical Psychology journals, which contained 16135 author signatures, corresponding to a total of 8547 authors...
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January 2022

Digital technology is already part of the practices related to test use as well as psychological and educational assessment; test design, data collection, and psychometric models have all evolved. As a consequence, we face a number of challenges such as professional training, collaboration with other areas, expansion of the testing concept, and deliberation on ethical and legal issues. In this dynamic environment, the experience and knowledge related to psychological measurement give us the capacity and opportunity to integrate and expand the pillars on which good test use practices are based: reliability, validity, and ethical use. In this paper, we review the development of the information and communication technologies, showing their impact on psychological and educational assessment, with the aim of exposing some innovations that will mark the development of research and professional practice in the coming years.


Digital technology is already part of the practices related to test use as well as psychological and educational assessment; test design, data collection, and psychometric models have all evolved. As a consequence, we face a number of challenges such as professional training, collaboration with other areas, expansion of the testing concept, and deliberation on ethical and legal issues...
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Sept. 2021

Suicide is the leading cause of death for women during the perinatal period, which commences in pregnancy and finishes one year after delivery. Empirical evidence from previous studies shows that pregnant women have greater suicidal ideation than their comparison group in the general population. However, there is a tendency for these problems to be neither prevented nor adequately recognized. Nevertheless, if the dissonances and dilemmas associated with motherhood, as well as mental health problems, are not prevented or adequately addressed, they can affect the well-being of women, their children, and other family members. Risk and protective factors for suicidal behavior in this group of women are discussed, as well as general principles of action. The need for the implementation of prevention strategies is highlighted.


Suicide is the leading cause of death for women during the perinatal period, which commences in pregnancy and finishes one year after delivery. Empirical evidence from previous studies shows that pregnant women have greater suicidal ideation than their comparison group in the general population...
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