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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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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 2018

This article attempts to reference and establish the option of considering, descriptively and normatively, social intervention as an activity that: (1) is nuclear within the sectoral scope of social services (with which it shares a purpose: interaction), although it is also carried out in other sectors of activity; (2) requires the concurrence of several disciplines and professions, and, fundamentally, of social work, social education (and pedagogy) and the psychology of social intervention; (3) as a whole and within the evolution of the pro-welfare action and social policies, is proposed as a preventive, personalized, integrated and ecological action; (4) in the knowledge society, is called to reinvent itself, challenged and stimulated by technological (digital) and social innovation.


This article attempts to reference and establish the option of considering, descriptively and normatively, social intervention as an activity that...
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January 2018

The main goal of this work is to introduce a new approach called network analysis for its application in the field of psychology. In this paper we present the network model in a brief, entertaining and simple way and, as far as possible, away from technicalities and the statistical point of view. The aim of this outline is, on the one hand, to take the first steps in network analysis, and on the other, to show the theoretical and clinical implications underlying this model. Firstly, the roots of this approach are discussed as well as its way of understanding psychological phenomena, specifically psychopathological problems. The concepts of network, node and edge, the types of networks and the procedures for their estimation are all addressed. Next, measures of centrality are explained and some applications in the field of psychology are mentioned. Later, this approach is exemplified with a specific case, which estimates and analyzes a network of personality traits within the Big Five model. The syntax of this analysis is provided. Finally, by way of conclusion, a brief recapitulation is provided, and some cautionary reflections and future research lines are discussed.


The main goal of this work is to introduce a new approach called network analysis for its application in the field of psychology. In this paper we present the network model in a brief, entertaining and simple way and, as far as possible, away from technicalities and the statistical point of view....
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Sept. 2017

Psychology, as a science, needs a continuous and rigorous evaluation of both its methods and procedures as well as its techniques and instruments. The test is one of the main tools used by psychologists in their daily work...


Psychology, as a science, needs a continuous and rigorous evaluation of both its methods and procedures as well as its techniques and instruments...
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