Current Research in Psychology

Description

Current Research in Psychology (CRP) is an open-access, international, peer-reviewed journal in psychology intended to provide open access high-quality, current research in all areas of psychology. CRP aims to strengthen global dialog within psychology, increase communication among different areas of psychology, and foster collaborative research between different cultural backgrounds. CRP publishes empirical studies, theoretical papers, and critical reviews through both biannual and special editions. While focusing primarily on immediate application, we encourage research that may have later application in essential areas for human health, peace, and performance.

Current Issue

The Role of Perspective-Taking on Ability to Recognize Fear

Pages : 22-30

DOI : 10.3844/crpsp.2015.22.30

Published On : January 12, 2016

Can Health Status and Self-Esteem Predict Gratitude in Adult Females?

Pages : 31-45

DOI : 10.3844/crpsp.2015.31.45

Published On : January 13, 2016



Can Health Status and Self-Esteem Predict Gratitude in Adult Females?

Peta Berenice Stapleton, Jamaica Isles, Hannah Chatwin and Mahima Kalla
Volume : 6, Issue : 2 Pages : 31-45
Published On : January 13, 2016


The Role of Perspective-Taking on Ability to Recognize Fear

Andrea Trubanova, Inyoung Kim, Marika C. Coffman, Martha Ann Bell, J. Anthony Richey, Stephen M. LaConte, Denis Gracanin and Susan W. White
Volume : 6, Issue : 2 Pages : 22-30
Published On : January 12, 2016


Understanding Preferences for Nature Based and Sustainable Tourism: The Role of Personal Values and General and Specific Environmental Attitudes

Paola Passafaro, Francesca Cini, Vittoria Diaco, Ornella Schirru, Aurora Boison, Virginia Gasparri and Simona Giannantoni
Volume : 6, Issue : 1 Pages : 1-14
Published On : October 2, 2015


Mental Health Problems and Coping among Flood Victims in Ghana: A Comparative Study of Victims and Non-Victims

Emmanuel Dziwornu and Nuworza Kugbey
Volume : 6, Issue : 1 Pages : 15-21
Published On : August 28, 2015


PSYCHOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF EMOTIONAL EATING: THE ROLE OF ATTACHMENT, PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL SYMPTOM DISTRESS, LOVE ATTITUDES and PERCEIVED HUNGER

Peta Stapleton and Eleanor Mackay
Volume : 5, Issue : 2 Pages : 77-88
Published On : January 19, 2015


Contrasting Three Popular Explanations for the Muller-Lyer Illusion

Michael R. Woloszyn
Volume : 1, Issue : 2 Pages : 102-107
Downloads : 5591


Development and Validation of a Measure of Relational Leadership: Implications for Leadership Theory and Policies

James Carifio
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 16-28
Downloads : 5125


Occupational Stress and Family Difficulties of Working Women

Maryam Zarra-Nezhad, Ali Moazami-Goodarzi, Leila Hasannejad and Khadijeh Roushani
Volume : 1, Issue : 2 Pages : 75-81
Downloads : 3919


GENDER DIFFERENCES IN COGNITIVE ABILITES

Ahmed A. Teleb and Aida A. Al Awamleh
Volume : 3, Issue : 1 Pages : 33-39
Downloads : 2812


The Relationship between Gender, Age, Depression and Academic Achievement

Ma'rof Redzuan, Rumaya B. Juhari, Fayegh Yousefi, Mariani B. Mansor and Mansor A. Talib
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 61-66
Downloads : 2509


Development and Validation of a Measure of Relational Leadership: Implications for Leadership Theory and Policies

James Carifio
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 16-28
Views : 25839


The Relationship between Gender, Age, Depression and Academic Achievement

Ma'rof Redzuan, Rumaya B. Juhari, Fayegh Yousefi, Mariani B. Mansor and Mansor A. Talib
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 61-66
Views : 1585


Occupational Stress and Family Difficulties of Working Women

Maryam Zarra-Nezhad, Ali Moazami-Goodarzi, Leila Hasannejad and Khadijeh Roushani
Volume : 1, Issue : 2 Pages : 75-81
Views : 1512


Contrasting Three Popular Explanations for the Muller-Lyer Illusion

Michael R. Woloszyn
Volume : 1, Issue : 2 Pages : 102-107
Views : 1369


Ageism in British Columbia: A Brief Report

Larry Anderson and Yongjie Y. M.A.
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 67-70
Views : 1034