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Title: Shortening the intellectual distances in Europe: Psychological Publishing Activity in Bulgaria
Authors: Zografova, Yolanda
Issue Date: 24-Jun-2009
Publisher: ZPID (Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information)
Series/Report no.: Proceedings of the Workshop on European Psychology Publication Issues; Supplement I - 2009
Abstract: The level of contemporary researchers' publication activity in the sphere of psychology in Bulgaria is analyzed. The most authoritative Bulgarian psychological journals are presented with the specific characteristics of the process of acceptance and publication of the articles. In addition, some of the journals in other scientific fields which publish psychological materials are discussed as well. The crucial problems that the psychological knowledge published in Cyrillic faces, are outlined. Also, the issues and expectations related to the project Open Access European Publication Platform. Key words: psychology; scientific communication; information dissemination; journals; language; open access; online publishing; Bulgaria
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