The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context
Impact Factor 2015: 1
Current number
July 2016
Vol. 8. Num. 2.
Pages 43-86

The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context, the official journal of the Sociedad Española de Psicología Jurídica y Forense [Spanish Society of Forensic Psychology] and the Asociación Iberoamericana de Justicia Terapéutica [Latin-American Association of Therapeutic Jurisprudence], publishes empirical articles and meta-analytic reviews of topics dealing with psychology and law (e.g., legal decision making, eyewitness). Papers addressing both the inquisitorial and the adversarial legal systems will be welcome as well as papers based on concrete laws of a European or Latin-American country. Neither the Editors nor the Publishers will accept responsibility for the views or statements expressed by the authors. The journal is aimed at researchers, academics and professionals in Psychology, Law, Social Work, Forensic Sciences, Educators and, in general, people related with Social Sciences and the Law.

Editor / Director Ramón Arce

Vol. 8. Num. 2. July 2016 Pages 43-86
Child-to-parent violence: The role of exposure to violence and its relationship to social-cognitive processing
Lourdes Contreras, María del Carmen Cano
The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 8 (2016) 43-50
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Predicting risk of violence through a self-appraisal questionnaire
José Manuel Andreu-Rodríguez, María Elena Peña-Fernández, Wagdy Loza
The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 8 (2016) 51-6
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Testosterone and attention deficits as possible mechanisms underlying impaired emotion recognition in intimate partner violence perpetrators
Ángel Romero-Martínez, Marisol Lila, Luis Moya-Albiol
The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 8 (2016) 57-62
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Unpacking insanity defence standards: An experimental study of rationality and control tests in criminal law
Rebecca K. Helm, Stephen J. Ceci, Kayla A. Burd
The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 8 (2016) 63-8
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Validity and reliability of the Cyber-aggression Questionnaire for Adolescents (CYBA)
David Álvarez-García, Alejandra Barreiro-Collazo, José Carlos Núñez, Alejandra Dobarro
The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 8 (2016) 69-77
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Using the Scharff-technique to elicit information: How to effectively establish the “illusion of knowing it all”?
Lennart May, Pär Anders Granhag
The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 8 (2016) 79-85
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