Psychology, Community & Health

Psychology, Community & Health (PCH) is a peer-reviewed journal with an international editorial board, specialized in the field of psychology and published three times a year by the open-access publisher PsychOpen. It focuses particularly on research developed in community- and health-related contexts. Authors keep full copyright of their work, are not charged any fees and can publish both in English and Portuguese.

PCH is now indexed by several scientific databases including EBSCO, PubPsych, ProQuest, DOAJ, BASE, Latindex, Google Scholar, CNKI Scholar, Academic Index, Sciencegate, World Wide Science, among others.


Vol 5, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

Empirical Articles

Mental Health Workers’ Views About Their Suicide Prevention Role PDF HTML
Virginia Ross, Anoop Sankaranarayanan, Terry J. Lewin, Mick Hunter 1-15
Predictors of Loneliness in a Sample of College Men and Women in Cyprus: The Role of Anxiety and Social Skills PDF HTML
Georgia Panayiotou, Maria Panteli, Marios Theodorou 16-30
Factorial Validity of the Derriford Appearance Scale (DAS-24) Portuguese Version PDF HTML
José Carlos da Silva Mendes, Maria João Figueiras, Helena Moreira, Tim Moss 31-43
Teachers’ Pedagogical Power – A Community School Study PDF HTML
Stanislava Stoyanova, Nikolay Ivantchev 44-60

Literature Reviews

Cancer Pain Management: Implications for Psychologists PDF HTML
Stacy Ogbeide, Arissa Fitch-Martin 61-79