The European Journal of Psychological Assessment (EJPA), published by Hogrefe & Huber, is the official organ of the EAPA. The EJPA first appeared in 1992. The journal was founded by R. Fernandez-Ballesteros and F. Silva.
Editor and Associate Editors
The Editor in Chief is Matthias Ziegler (Germany).
The Associate Editors are Itziar Alonso-Arbiol (Spain), Laurence Claes (Belgium), Richard Griffith (USA), Carolyn MacCann (Australia) and Symeon Vlachopoulos (Greece). The EJPA is also sponsored by the IAAP Division of Psychological Assessment and Evaluation (Division 2).
EJPA publishes important articles providing seminal information on both theoretical and applied developments in the field of psychological assessment(mainly new assessment tools originating from the various areas of psychology but also concepts and methodology; program evaluation tools; interview and observational procedures and psychophysiological and neuropsychological measures; legal, ethical, professional, and training issues).
The EJPA is directed toward academicians as well as practitioners; the conviction of its Editors is that the discipline of psychological assessment should-necessarily and firmly-be attached to the roots of psychological science and methodology while delving deeply into all the consequences of its applied, practice-oriented development. The EJPA is abstracted/indexed in Current Contents / Social & Behavioral Sciences (CC/S&BS), PsyJOURNALS, Social SciSearch, PsycINFO, PsycLit, PsycAlert, e-psyche, Psychological Abstracts.
- EJPA: European Journal of Psychological Assessment (www.hogrefe.com/periodicals/european-journal-of-psychological-assessment)
Call for papers (pdf / 84 Kb)
As of January 1, 2013, the responsibility for European Journal of Psychological Assessment (EJPA) will be passed on to Matthias Ziegler who is scheduled to become the new editor- in-chief. read more
Call for nominations to become the next Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Psychological Assessment read more
Tuulia Ortner and Manfred Schmitt edit a special issue of the European Journal of Psychological Assessment on Objective Personality Tests. The aims and scope of the special issue are detailed in the attached call for papers. read more