What is the European Psychologist?


European Psychologist is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal within the field of psychology.


The journal was established in 1996 as the official organ of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations, and is published by Hogrefe Publishing. The editor-in-chief is Peter Frensch, of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (English: Humboldt University of Berlin).

European Psychologist seeks to integrate across all specialisations in psychology and to provide a general platform for communication and cooperation among psychologists throughout Europe and worldwide. Integrative articles and reviews constitute the core material published in the journal. These state-of-the-art papers cover research trends and developments within psychology, with possible reference to European perceptions or fields of specialisation. Empirical articles will be considered only in rare circumstances when they present findings from major multinational, multidisciplinary or longitudinal studies, or present results with markedly wide relevance.

Abstracting and Indexing

European Psychologist is abstracted and indexed in Current Contents/Social and Behavioural Sciences, Social Sciences Citation Index, PsycINFO, PASCAL, and Scopus. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2016 (two-year) impact factor of 3.419.

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What is the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association?


The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed healthcare journal covering all aspects of psychoanalysis and is the official journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association.


  • 1953 to present.
  • Bi-monthly.
  • English language.

Abstracting and Indexing

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association is abstracted and indexed in, among other databases: SCOPUS, and the Social Sciences Citation Index.

According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2017 impact factor of 0.538, ranking it 4th out of 12 journals in the category “Psychology, Psychoanalysis”, and 130th out of 142 journals in the category “Psychiatry (SSCI)”.


Book: ICD-10-PCS 2020: The Complete Official Codebook

Book Title:

ICD-10-PCS 2020: The Complete Official Codebook.

Author(s): America Medical Association.

Year: 2019.

Edition: First (1st).

Publisher: American Medical Association (AMA).

Type(s): Paperback and Kindle.


ICD-10-PCS 2020: The Complete Official Codebook contains the complete ICD-10-PCS code set and supplementary appendixes required for reporting inpatient procedures. This illustrated codebook presents the code set in 17 sections of tables arranged by general procedure type. Tables within the extensive Medical and Surgical section are additionally sectioned out by body system, indicated by colour-coded page borders.

ICD-10-PCS contains classifications for procedures, devices and technologies.

Features and Benefits:

  • Summary of changes.
    • Quickly see how additions and deletions affect each section of ICD-10-PCS.
  • Complete 2020 ICD-10-PCS code set.
    • The code set is organised in 17 sections. Each section contains a code table by which a code can be built through character selections that reflect the procedure performed.
    • A character meanings table and citations to American Hospital Association’s Coding Clinic start each section.
  • Official coding guidelines.
    • Learn how to use the code set appropriately following the guidelines specific for each section.
  • Illustrations.
    • The full-colour illustrations provide a visual explanation of anatomy and procedural approach.
    • Approach illustrations show the access location, method, and instrumentation that determine the approach.
    • Body parts with indicators to applicable code characters (provided immediately after the character meaning tables in the Medical/Surgical sections)
  • Visual alerts.
    • This edition provides colour-coding and symbols that identify male/female procedures and new/revised character values.
  • Detailed information on structure and conventions of ICD-10-PCS.
    • Learn about the unique structure and the specific definitions and functions of each character. Practice your skills with sample exercises (answers included).
  • Colour-coding and symbols for the Medicare Code Edits.
    • This edition includes colour-coding and symbols for the most comprehensive coverage of ICD10 MS-DRG MCEs for procedures including;
      • Non-covered procedures.
      • Limited coverage procedures.
      • Combination only procedures.
      • Non-operating room procedures affecting MS-DRG assignment.
      • Non-operating room procedures NOT affecting MS-DRG assignment.
      • Hospital acquired condition (HAC)-related procedures.
  • Procedure combination tables.
    • Identify ICD-10-PCS code combination requirements needed to satisfy certain MS-DRG requirements.

Providing a Starting Point for Discussions, Dialogue, and Further Study Regarding Mental Health Research for Indigenous Peoples around the World

Research Paper Title

The mental health of Indigenous peoples in Canada: A critical review of research.


Many scholars assert that Indigenous peoples across the globe suffer a disproportionate burden of mental illness.

Research indicates that colonialism and its associated processes are important determinants of Indigenous peoples’ health internationally.

In Canada, despite an abundance of health research documenting inequalities in morbidity and mortality rates for Indigenous peoples, relatively little research has focused on mental health.

This paper provides a critical scoping review of the literature related to Indigenous mental health in Canada.


searched eleven databases and two Indigenous health-focused journals for research related to mental health, Indigenous peoples, and Canada, for the years 2006-2016.

Over two hundred papers are included in the review and coded according to research theme, population group, and geography.


Results demonstrate that the literature is overwhelmingly concerned with issues related to colonialism in mental health services and the prevalence and causes of mental illness among Indigenous peoples in Canada, but with several significant gaps.

Mental health research related to Indigenous peoples in Canada overemphasises suicide and problematic substance use; a more critical use of the concepts of colonialism and historical trauma is advised; and several population groups are underrepresented in research, including Métis peoples and urban or off-reserve Indigenous peoples.


The findings are useful in an international context by providing a starting point for discussions, dialogue, and further study regarding mental health research for Indigenous peoples around the world.


Nelson, S.E. & Wilson, K. (2017) The mental health of Indigenous peoples in Canada: A critical review of research. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 176, pp.93-112. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.01.021. Epub 2017 Jan 18.