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 8, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Theoretical Analyses

Meta-Cognition in Mindfulness: A Conceptual Analysis PDF HTML
Dilwar Hussain 132-141

Research Articles

A Neglected Drama for Elders: Discrepancy Between Self-Perception and Objective Performance Regarding Financial Capacity in Patients With Cognitive Deficits PDF HTML
Vaitsa Giannouli, Magda Tsolaki 142-147
Cross-Cultural Study of Psychological Types at the Years of Emerging Adulthood PDF HTML
Eva Papazova, Raymond Moody, John Bathurst 148-172
Antecedents and Outcomes of Psychological Insecurity and Interpersonal Trust Among Chinese People PDF HTML
Robert J. Taormina, Ruinan Sun 173-188

Clinical Cases and Studies

Treating the Initial Physical Reflex of Misophonia With the Neural Repatterning Technique: A Counterconditioning Procedure PDF HTML
Thomas H. Dozier 189-210

Book Reviews

New Bulgarian Work in the Field of Synergetics PDF HTML
Mariyana Nyagolova 211-214