'Psychological journal' is a peer-reviewed scientific review, published by H. S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology of the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine from 2015 year, 6-12 times a year.
The scientific review is listed in Special edition of scientific professional publications of Ukraine (Resolution of the Ministry of Education of Ukraine 22.12.2016 № 1604), and it has The Certificate of state registration of the printed source of mass media in Ukraine (KB № № 21164-10964 Р of 16.12.2014). Attributed ISSN is 2414-0023 for printed journal and 2414-004X for its electronic version.
Editorial Board of the Collection consists of at least 42% of international members. The scientific review also publishes the authors with foreign affiliation.
Program goals (basic principles) include the development and dissemination of scientific knowledge in the field of psychology. The collection of research papers is published for charitable purposes and intended for free distribution.
The scientific review publishes materials, which cover problems of psychological science and practice, promote their wide distribution and overall development of psychological knowledge. The aim of publication is to provide a deeper integration and close cooperation between science and practice, promote the introduction of new scientific and applied research, publish papers of renowned and respected authors and also the papers of young researchers.
Vol 13 No 3 (2018): PSYCHOLOGICAL JOURNAL
The scientific review is devoted to the discussion of the most actual issues of contemporary psychology, it presents a wide range of scientific studies, for example an analysis of psychological problems of children with intellectual disabilities, issues of economic socialization and political culture, professional formation, rehabilitation of military servants, neurolinguistic features of persons with deviant behaviour; other important problems of contemporary psychology have been considered.
The target readership of this scientific review includes professional psychologists, graduate and postgraduate students, as well as everybody else who shows interest in the current state of psychology as a science.