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Daniel Hernández-Torrano,
Psicología Educativa, Volume 27, pp 101-113; https://doi.org/10.5093/psed2021a19

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Educational psychology is a discipline with a relatively long and intricate history. This study contributes to the understanding of the most recent developments of educational psychology research through the exploration of 35,210 articles published in all journals indexed in the Web of Science educational psychology category for the 2000-2019 period. The results of the study show that the volume of research on educational psychology has doubled during this period and a few journals accumulate most of the research produced in the discipline. Most studies have been published in the English language and in the United States, although research produced in China has experienced the greatest growth. Recent research on educational psychology has predominantly addressed 16 research themes over the last 20 years, although research on child-age students, teaching and teacher education, learning and education, assessment and testing, socio-cultural diversity, learning environments, and educational measurement have captured the greatest attention. La Psicología educativa es una disciplina con una historia relativamente larga e intrincada. Este estudio ayuda a conocer los desarrollos más recientes de la investigación en psicología educativa a través de la exploración de 35,210 artículos publicados en todas las revistas indexadas en la categoría de psicología educativa de Web of Science durante el período 2000-2019. Los resultados del estudio muestran que el volumen de investigación en psicología educativa se ha duplicado durante este período y unas cuantas revistas acumulan la mayor parte de la investigación producida en esta disciplina. La mayoría de los estudios se han publicado en inglés en Estados Unidos, aunque la investigación desarrollada en China ha experimentado el mayor crecimiento. Investigaciones recientes en psicología educativa abordan sobre todo 16 temas de investigación en los últimos 20 años, aunque la investigación en estudiantes en edad infantil, en enseñanza y educación del profesorado, aprendizaje y educación, evaluación y pruebas, diversidad sociocultural, entornos de aprendizaje y medición educativa han captado la mayor atención.
John F. Rauthmann
Personality Science, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.5964/ps.5297

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Introducing the new journal Personality Science (PS) Online-only and full open-access, without author or reader fees Aims to provide a top-quality and multidisciplinary outlet for personality science Seeks to foster diversity and inclusion in the community of personality scientists Implements rigorous guidelines to ensure transparency, openness, and reproducibility Features exciting paper formats Journal website: ps.psychopen.eu
Interdisciplinaria Revista de Psicología y Ciencias Afines, Volume 38, pp 53-65; https://doi.org/10.16888/interd.2021.38.1.4

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El estudio tuvo por objetivo realizar un análisis bibliométrico de Interdisciplinaria: Revista de Psicología y Ciencias Afines, considerando las publicaciones indizadas en la base bibliográfica Scopus (2009-2017). A partir de una muestra final de 173 artículos científicos, se realizó la descripción de la distribución de los documentos según el sexo de los autores y el idioma de la publicación, así también, se evaluó el cumplimiento de la ley de Lotka sobre la producción científica de los autores. Además, se estimaron índices de colaboración (Lawani, 1981, 1986; Subramanyam, 1983) y se visualizaron las relaciones entre los países de las instituciones de filiación de los autores firmantes. De igual forma, se describió la concentración de trabajos de acuerdo con áreas temáticas y metodologías de investigación. En los resultados se destaca una mayor presencia de mujeres en comparación con los hombres, tanto en la primera autoría como en el total de autores. Así también, se cumple con la ley de Lotka y se visualiza el incremento de trabajos colaborativos en los últimos dos trienios, lo cual se evidencia en los índices de colaboración descritos. Por otra parte, se encontró que los trabajos se concentran en áreas como la psicología educacional, metodología y psicometría. Finalmente, se observa que predominan los trabajos que siguieron metodología cuantitativa. El análisis y discusión de los resultados permite mostrar el trabajo realizado por Interdisciplinaria en los últimos años, siendo un referente para la comunicación del conocimiento científico en los países de Iberoamérica.
, Meg A Warren, , Aabidien Hassankhan, Tobi Graafsma, , Joop de Jong
The Journal of Positive Psychology, Volume 14, pp 489-501; https://doi.org/10.1080/17439760.2018.1484941

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The past two decades have witnessed a rapid rise in well-being research, and a profusion of empirical studies on positive psychology interventions (PPIs). This bibliometric analysis quantifies the extent to which rigorous research on PPIs that employ randomized controlled trials (RCTs) reaches beyond Western Educated Industrialized Rich Democratic (WEIRD) populations. A search was conducted through databases including PubMed, PsycINFO, and Scopus for studies from 1998 to 2017. In total, we found 187 full-text articles that included 188 RCTs from 24 countries. We found that RCTs on the efficacy of PPIs are still predominately conducted in western countries, which accounted for 78.2% of the studies. All these countries are highly industrialized and democratic, and study populations are often highly educated and have a high income. However, there has been a strong and steady increase in publications from non-Western countries since 2012, indicating a trend towards globalization of positive psychology research.
International Journal of Mental Health Systems, Volume 12, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.1186/s13033-018-0182-6

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Social media, defined as interactive Web applications, have been on the rise globally, particularly among adults. The objective of this study was to investigate the trend of the literature related to the most used social network worldwide (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, and Instagram) in the field of psychology. Specifically, this study will assess the growth in publications, citation analysis, international collaboration, author productivity, emerging topics and the mapping of frequent terms in publications pertaining to social media in the field of psychology. Publications related to social media in the field of psychology published between 2004 and 2014 were obtained from the Web of Science. The records extracted were analysed for bibliometric characteristics such as the growth in publications, citation analysis, international collaboration, emerging topics and the mapping of frequent terms in publications pertaining to social media in the field of psychology. VOSviewer v.1.6.5 was used to construct scientific maps. Overall, 959 publications were retrieved during the period between 2004 and 2015. The number of research publications in social media in the field of psychology showed a steady upward growth. Publications from the USA accounted for 57.14% of the total publications and the highest h-index (48).The most common document type was research articles (873; 91.03%). Over 99.06% of the publications were published in English. Computers in Human Behavior was the most prolific journal. The University of Wisconsin–Madison ranked first in terms of the total publications (n = 39). A visualisation analysis showed that personality psychology, experimental psychology, psychological risk factors, and developmental psychology were continual concerns of the research. This is the first study reporting the global trends in the research related to social media in the psychology field. Based on the raw data from the Web of Science, publication characteristics such as quality and quantity were assessed using bibliometric techniques over 12 years. The USA and its institutions play a dominant role in this topic. The most preferred topics related to social media in psychology are personality psychology, experimental psychology, psychological risk factors, and developmental psychology.
John F. Rauthmann
Published: 5 February 2017
TEUBNER-TEXTE zur Informatik pp 3-24; https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-53004-7_1

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Dieses Kapitel gibt einen kompakten Überblick über essenzielle Grundlagen der Persönlichkeitspsychologie. Dadurch können die später dargestellten Ansätze besser verstanden, verglichen und bewertet werden. Folgende Inhalte werden behandelt:
Creativity Research Journal, Volume 26, pp 353-360; https://doi.org/10.1080/10400419.2014.929425

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A bibliometric approach was employed to analyze the research productivity and performance of creativity studies between 1965 and 2012. A dataset was constructed using all publications and citations retrieved from four key journals that publish creativity research: Journal of Creative Behavior (JCB), Gifted Child Quarterly (GCQ), Creativity Research Journal (CRJ), and Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts (PACA). Major findings in this study include: (a) During the study period, the four journals have published 1,891 articles on creativity and they have been cited 11,709 times; (b) the impact factors of the four journals increased from lower than .50 in 2002 to over 1.0 in 2012; in 2012 PACA had the highest impact factor, followed by CRJ; (c) JCB published the most creativity papers and CRJ had the most citations; (d) about a third of the articles published in the four journals have never been cited. Implications for the field of creativity are discussed.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Volume 44, pp 657-667; https://doi.org/10.1177/0022022112461941

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A bibliometric analysis of research articles published in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology ( JCCP) during the first 10 years (2001-2010) of the new millennium was provided. There were 457 original research articles, which were cited 6,187 times in 4,227 citing papers (January 25, 2012). Although the largest number of articles were authored by researchers from the United States (52.3%), Canada (12.0%), and People’s Republic of China (11.6%), the highest impact articles were written by Israeli (30.5 citations per article), Estonian (29.5), and Swiss (23.6) psychologists. The country self-citation rates or biases were highest in the United States (+22.9%), the Netherlands (+20.7%), and People’s Republic of China (+20.5%), showing that the small-world networks operate most strongly in these three countries. As revealed by a cross-journal citation pattern, JCCP had the strongest influence on personality and social psychology research and negligible on intelligence and cognitive research. The impact of the research articles published in JCCP on the core psychology journals remained at the same (modest) level, while the journal self-citation bias demonstrated a slight increase during the last 10 years.
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