Československá psychologie / Czechoslovak Psychology

The Institute of Psychology publishes the journal Československá psychologie (CESK PSYCHOL; Czechoslovak Psychology), a journal that was established in 1957. It has over six decades of scientific tradition and welcomes contributions from psychological research and theory as well as reports on practical findings. Československá psychologie is a peer-reviewed journal, which appears in six issues a year. The journal publishes articles in Czech, Slovak and English. 

As of 2020, the journal’s impact factor was 0.471.

All parties involved in publishing – the publisher, editors, reviewers, and authors – must follow certain standards of ethical behaviour. Ceskoslovenska psychologie and its publisher, the Institute of Psychology, endorse the COPE Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors and the Code of Conduct for Journal Publishers. The journal welcomes studies that make their data and/or details of analyses available.


Československá psychologie is indexed in the Web of Science, SCOPUS, and PsycINFO. Full text of articles is available via ProQuest Central and also via Academic Search Ultimate (EBSCO). The articles published during the years of 1957 to 2020 can be found in the Digital Library of the Czech Academy of Sciences

An archive of abstracts (1996-2020) with basic search functions can be found here

Beginning from the issue 1/2021 Ceskoslovenska psychologie goes free open access format at the address ceskoslovenskapsychologie.cz

Interested in submitting to this journal? We recommend that you review the Author Guidelines.