About the Journal

 

Československá psychologie (CESK PSYCHOL; Czechoslovak Psychology)
is a journal that was established in 1957.
It has over six decades of scientific tradition and welcomes contributions
from psychological research and theory as well as reports on practical findings.

As of 2020, the journal’s impact factor was 0.471.

Československá psychologie is open access, peer-reviewed journal, which appears in six issues a year. The journal publishes only original papers, i.e. not papers published or submitted elsewhere. Submitted texts which receive positive reviews are accepted by the editor-in-chief and published in the relevant section of the journal (e.g. theoretical papers, research studies, reviews, methodical communications, preliminary communications, discussions, reflections, or contributions from various areas of practice, such as clinical practice, reports, and book reviews).

Československá psychologie is indexed in the Web of Science, SCOPUS, and PsycINFO. Full text of articles is available since 2006 via the ProQuest Central and since 2009 also via Academic Search Ultimate (EBSCO). Full text of articles published in 1957–2020 can be found in the Digital Library of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

An archive of abstracts from 1996 till 2020 with basic search functions can be found here.

Starting from issue 1/2021 all texts accepted for publication are assigned a DOI.