TitleIdentity Processing Style and Defense Mechanisms
Journal titlePolish Psychological Bulletin
Divisions of PASNauki Humanistyczne i Społeczne
PublisherCommittee for Psychological Science PAS
SourcePolish Psychological Bulletin; 2008; No 3
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Aims and scopePolish Psychological Bulletin (founded in 1970) is an official journal of Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee for Psychological Science.The journal publish a variety of papers, including empirical reports of experiments, surveys and field studies, theoretical articles, controversies and analytic papers on important psychological topics. Relevance for an international readership is our prominent goal, Polish Psychological Bulletin does not publish clinical case studies, or technical articles. Submissions from all domains of psychology are encouraged, especially those that address new developments and pursue innovative approaches.
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