About the Journal

  • E-ISSN: 3041-8542
  • Director in Charge:  Dr. Ali Aghaziarati
  • Editor-in-chief: Dr. Ali Aghaziarati
  • Owner: KMAN Research Institute
  • Publisher: KMANPUB (KMAN Publication Inc.)
  • Contact Email: jppr@kmanpub.com
  • Open Access: YES

The Journal of Personality and Psychosomatic Research, published by KMAN Publication Inc. (KMANPUB), is a reputable scholarly open-access journal that focuses on the intersection of personality psychology and psychosomatic medicine. The journal covers a wide range of topics within these fields, including trait theories, personality development, personality assessment and measurement, psychoneuroimmunology, stress and health, mind-body interactions, psychological factors in chronic illness, health behavior change, quality of life and well-being, psychotherapy and treatment outcomes, diagnostic and assessment tools, mental health interventions, social cognition and behavior, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics and influence, attention and perception, memory and learning, cognitive processes and decision making, brain-behavior relationships, cognitive impairment and dementia, neurorehabilitation and recovery, happiness and well-being, resilience and positive adaptation, positive interventions and flourishing, lifespan development, attachment and social development, cognitive and emotional development, culture and self-concept, cross-cultural differences in psychological processes, and acculturation and cultural adaptation. With its rigorous open peer-review process and diverse range of articles, the Journal of Personality and Psychosomatic Research serves as a valuable resource for researchers, practitioners, and students interested in understanding the complex interplay between personality factors and physical and mental health outcomes. 

 

Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 3 (2024)
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Published: 2024-05-31

Articles

  • Decision Making and Personality: Implications for Health and Well-Being

    Roodi Hooshmandi (Corresponding Author)
    1-3
    https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.jppr.2.3.1
  • Emotional Clarity and Stress Vulnerability as Predictors of Cognitive Failures

    Jiantang Yang (Corresponding Author); Netty Herawati, Farhad Namjoo (Author)
    4-10
    https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.jppr.2.3.2
  • The Protective Effects of Empathic Concern and Optimism on Emotional Exhaustion

    Yoko Wong (Corresponding Author); Jing Sun, Lifang Yu (Author)
    11-18
    https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.jppr.2.3.3
  • The Role of Meaning in Life and Emotional Resilience in Predicting Mental Toughness: A Cross-Sectional Study

    Sedighe Azad, Setayesh Motaharinia, Sayyed Sayar Alavi Neghad (Author); Mansour Derakhshande (Corresponding Author)
    19-26
    https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.jppr.2.3.4
  • The Role of Health Beliefs in Managing Chronic Respiratory Diseases

    Yaliu Yang (Corresponding Author); Maura McDonnell, Seyed Hadi Seyed Alitabar, Ayşe Şahin (Author)
    27-34
    https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.jppr.2.3.5
  • Health Behavior Change in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Patient Perspectives

    Qi Shen (Corresponding Author); Ye. Mu, Pei-Yin Shin (Author)
    35-42
    https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.jppr.2.3.6
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The Journal of Personality and Psychosomatic Research, published by KMAN Publication Inc. (KMANPUB), is a reputable scholarly open-access journal that focuses on the intersection of personality psychology and psychosomatic medicine. The journal covers a wide range of topics within these fields, including trait theories, personality development, personality assessment and measurement, psychoneuroimmunology, stress and health, mind-body interactions, psychological factors in chronic illness, health behavior change, quality of life and well-being, psychotherapy and treatment outcomes, diagnostic and assessment tools, mental health interventions, social cognition and behavior, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics and influence, attention and perception, memory and learning, cognitive processes and decision making, brain-behavior relationships, cognitive impairment and dementia, neurorehabilitation and recovery, happiness and well-being, resilience and positive adaptation, positive interventions and flourishing, lifespan development, attachment and social development, cognitive and emotional development, culture and self-concept, cross-cultural differences in psychological processes, and acculturation and cultural adaptation. With its rigorous open peer-review process and diverse range of articles, the Journal of Personality and Psychosomatic Research serves as a valuable resource for researchers, practitioners, and students interested in understanding the complex interplay between personality factors and physical and mental health outcomes.