Europe’s Journal of Psychology



Quarterly electronic publication of scientific psychology featuring original studies, research, critical contributions, interviews and book reviews written by and intended for psychologists worldwide.

Europe’s Journal of Psychology (EJOP) is indexed by DOAJ, EBSCO, PubPsych, Scopus, ProQuest, Google Scholar, and CNKI Scholar.


Vol 12, No 1 (2016): February

Table of Contents


Living Creatively, In and Through Institutions PDF HTML
Tania Zittoun 1-11
Acknowledgement of Reviewers, 2015 PDF HTML
Vlad Glăveanu 12-13


Narrative Inquiry: An Interview With Michael Bamberg PDF HTML
Michael Bamberg, Carolin Demuth 14-28

Research Reports

Validation of a Newly Developed Instrument Establishing Links Between Motivation and Academic Hardiness PDF HTML
Spiridon Kamtsios, Evangelia Karagiannopoulou 29-48
Neuroticism as a Moderator of Direct and Mediated Relationships Between Introversion-Extraversion and Well-Being PDF HTML
Daniela Fadda, L. Francesca Scalas 49-67
You Are the Real Terrorist and We Are Just Your Puppet: Using Individual and Group Factors to Explain Indonesian Muslims’ Attributions of Causes of Terrorism PDF HTML
Ali Mashuri, Lusy Asa Akhrani, Esti Zaduqisti 68-98
I and My Friends are Good People: The Perception of Incivility by Self, Friends and Strangers PDF HTML
Ursula Hess, Michel Cossette, Shlomo Hareli 99-114
More Than Defense in Daily Experience of Privacy: The Functions of Privacy in Digital and Physical Environments PDF HTML
Debora Benedetta Lombardi, Maria Rita Ciceri 115-136
A Darker Shade of Love: Machiavellianism and Positive Assortative Mating Based on Romantic Ideals PDF HTML
Tamás Ináncsi, András Láng, Tamás Bereczkei 137-152
Are There Similar or Divergent Transitions to Adulthood in a Mediterranean Context? A Cross-National Comparison of Italy and Spain PDF HTML
Ugo Pace, Marco Cacioppo, Valentina Lo Cascio, Giovanni Guzzo, Alessia Passanisi 153-168
Motivational and Ideological Underpinnings of Welfare Preferences in Eastern and Western Europe PDF HTML
Márton Hadarics 169-190
Gender Variations in the Effects of Number of Organizational Memberships, Number of Social Networking Sites, and Grade-Point Average on Global Social Responsibility in Filipino University Students PDF HTML
Romeo B. Lee, Rito V. Baring, Madelene A. Sta. Maria 191-202