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 7, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents


Tasks of Psychology PDF HTML
Lubomir Stoev Georgiev 106-110

Theoretical Analyses

Between Bandura and Giddens: Structuration Theory in Social Psychological Research? PDF HTML
Seth Oppong 111-123
Questionable Use of the Mathematical Concept of Equivalence by Psychologists PDF HTML
Makoto Yamaguchi 124-126
Discussion on the Claim That the Human Mind is a Computational Process Device PDF HTML
George Varvatsoulias 127-133
Coping Styles: A Better Understanding of Stress and Anxiety in Individuals With Autism Spectrum Conditions Through Sport and Exercise Models PDF HTML
Irina Roncaglia 134-143

Research Articles

The Regulatory Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale: Issues of Reliability and Validity Within a Turkish Sample Group PDF HTML
Tarık Totan 144-155
Goal Orientation of Adult Students Towards Learning Strategies: The Malaysian Context PDF HTML
Choon Hee Ong 156-167
Influence of Personality on Perception of Psychological Contract Breach PDF HTML
Hassan Jafri 168-178
Specifics of the psyhological defense of those learning the combat sports PDF HTML
Nikolay Ivantchev, Sasho Yordanov 179-186

Book Reviews

"Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Sexual Psychology and Behavior": New Edited Volume by Weekes-Shackelford and Shackelford PDF HTML
Stanislava Stoyanova 187-188