International Journal of Psychological Research

Current Issue

Vol 11 No 2 (2018)
Published September 1, 2018

Research Article

Tony Cassidy, Ingrid Doyle
8-18
Benefit finding and well-being in older adults: The utility of the General Benefit Finding Scale.
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Jorge Palacios
19-26
Interplay between sensation seeking and risky alcohol drinking in Mexican adolescents: An structural modeling equation approach.
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Kalina Martínez Martínez, Ana Lucía Jiménez Pérez, Violeta Félix Romero, Silvia Morales Chainé
27-34
Impact of a brief intervention programs in clinical practice: Barriers and adaptations.
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Karina Ibeth Izquierdo-Guerra, David Andres Montoya-Arenas, Jose G. Franco, Ana M. Gaviria
35-45
Relationship between depressive symptomatology and cognitive performance in older people
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Yesica Zuluaga Castaño, David Andrés Montoya-Arenas, Lina Velilla, Carolina Ospina, Joseph F. Arboleda-Velasquez, Yakeel T. Quiroz, Francisco Lopera
46-55
Cognitive performance in asymptomatic carriers of mutations R1031C and R141C in CADASIL
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Daniela Herrera-Moreno, Diego Carvajal-Ovalle, Angélica Cueva-Nuñez, Camila Acevedo, Fernando Riveros Munévar, Katherin Camacho, Diana Milena Fajardo-Tejada, Mauricio Noel Clavijo-Moreno, Dary Luz Lara-Correa, Stefano Vinaccia Alpi
56-62
Body image, perceived stress, and resilience in military amputees of the internal armed conflict in Colombia
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Review Article

Guillermo Andrés Rodríguez Martínez, Henry Castillo Parra
63-76
Bistable perception: neural bases and usefulness in psychological research
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Reflection Article

Carlos Tirado, Omid Khatin-Zadeh, Melina Gastelum, Nathan Jones, Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos
77-85
The strength of weak embodiment
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International Journal of Psychological Research ISSN:2011-2084 E-ISSN:2011-7922

http://dx.doi.org/1021500/issn.2011-2084

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The International Journal of Psychological Research (Int.j.psychol.res) is the Faculty of Psychology’s official publication of San Buenaventura University in Medellin, Colombia. IJPR relies on a vast and diverse theoretical and thematic publishing material, which includes unpublished productions of diverse psychological issues and behavioral human areas such as psychiatry, neurosciences, mental health, among others.