Psychological Thought



Founded 2006 in Bulgaria as a print journal, Psychological Thought advanced quickly to one of the most authoritative scientific psychological journals in Bulgaria. In 2012, Psychological Thought relaunched on PsychOpen as an electronic open-access journal.

Psychological Thought publishes its content in English or Bulgarian in all areas of psychology and is focused on the psychological theory and practice. It welcomes original research articles, meta-analysis, clinical reports, case studies, students' essays, and book reviews. Psychological Thought is designed for psychologists, researchers, and psychology students.


Vol 9, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

Theoretical Analyses

The Journey Towards Africanising Psychology in Ghana PDF HTML
Seth Oppong 1-14
A Practitioner’s Perspective of Multidisciplinary Teams: Analysis of Potential Barriers and Key Factors for Success PDF HTML
Irina Roncaglia 15-23

Research Articles

Ideological Bases of Institutional Trust in Eastern and Western Europe and the Effect of Motivated Social Cognition PDF HTML
Márton Hadarics 24-40
The “Other” Side of Infidelity: The Experience of the “Other” Partner, Anxious Love, and Implications for Practitioners PDF HTML
Paul DePompo, Misa Butsuhara 41-57
Role of Computer Self-Efficacy and Gender in Computer-Based Test Anxiety Among Undergraduates in Nigeria PDF HTML
Anthony Gbenro Balogun, Adebayo Sulaiman Olanrewaju 58-66
Personality Traits and the Expression Area of Synthetic House-Tree-Person Drawings in Early Adolescent Japanese PDF HTML
Daiki Kato, Mikie Suzuki 67-74
Personality, Vocational Interests and Work-Related Strategies in the Years of Emerging Adulthood (18-29 Years) PDF HTML
Eva Papazova 75-103
Dynamics in the Basic Individual Values at Bulgarian Students in Emerging Adulthood – 18-29 Years PDF HTML
Magdalena Garvanova, Eva Papazova 104-122

Students' Essays

The Q-test: Know Your Self-Monitoring Style in 6 Seconds PDF HTML
Maria E. S. Vargas, Cassandra M. Durkee 123-128