About the Journal

Six-monthly journal for teachers and researchers, published since 1996, founded and directed by Alfredo Goñi Grandmontagne for twelve years. The journal was first published on-line in 2010.

Over recent years it has gradually increased its impact factor in various databases,  both in the Spanish and in the international scopes. 

The Journal publishes scientific works conducted in accordance with the strictest scientific principles which contribute to the advance of scientific knowledge in the field in which psychology and didactics meet and overlap. In particular, it focuses on the meeting of educational psychology and the didactics of different subjects (language, literature, mathematics, social science, experimental science, physical expression, musical expression and plastic expression, etc.). 

It is directed by Professor Igor Esnaola Etxaniz, from the University of the Basque Country.

Databases, catalogues and directories in which the Revista de Psicodidáctica is indexed: SSCI (ISI), Francis, Zeitschriften-datenbank, Cindoc (ISOC), Cirbic, Psicodoc, Psedisoc, Ccuc, Redalyc, Latindex, Rebiun, Compludoc, Google ScholarCbuc, Scopus, IRESIE.

The ISSN for the paper edition is 1136-1034 and the ISSN for the electronic edition is 2254-4372

The information needed for subscription is on the paper edition that can be found on the Subscription Form.

All the articles from number 17 (1) (2012) on are published in both ENGLISH and the ORIGINAL LANGUAGE.

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Current Issue

January-June 2023

Published: 19-01-2024

ARTICLES

Teacher profiles based on burnout symptoms: Differences between educational stages and relationship with adaptive psychological functioning

Carlos Freire, María del Mar Ferradás, Alba García-Bértoa, José Carlos Núñez, Antonio Valle
Abstract 85 | PDF Downloads 79 PDF (Español) Downloads 189

Teachers’ wellbeing, affects, and burnout during the pandemic in Chile

Jorge J. Varela, Paulina Guzmán, Xavier Oriol, Francisca Romo, Rafael Miranda
Abstract 37 | PDF Downloads 40 PDF (Español) Downloads 59

Communicative teaching style as predictor of students’ passion and dedication

Zuleica Ruiz-Alfonso, Lidia E. Santana-Vega, Robert J. Vallerand
Abstract 55 | PDF Downloads 39 PDF (Español) Downloads 84

Association between bullying victimization, anxiety and depression in childhood and adolescence: The mediating effect of self-esteem

Nekane Balluerka, Jone Aliri, Olatz Goñi-Balentziaga, Arantxa Gorostiaga
Abstract 88 | PDF Downloads 158 PDF (Español) Downloads 69

Understanding school refusal behavior in adolescence: Risk profiles and attributional style for academic results

Aitana Fernández-Sogorb, Carolina Gonzálvez, Margarita Pino-Juste
Abstract 28 | PDF Downloads 23 PDF (Español) Downloads 32

Longitudinal study on the symbolic and non-symbolic magnitudes processing and their relationship with mathematical achievement

Estívaliz Aragón, M. Carmen Canto-López, Manuel Aguilar, Inmaculada Menacho, José I. Navarro
Abstract 23 | PDF Downloads 27 PDF (Español) Downloads 31

Controversial issues and apps for developing social and civic competence. Analysis of the effectiveness of Project 1936 in the initial teacher training

Iratxe Gillate, Janire Castrillo, Ursula Luna, Alex Ibañez-Etxeberria
Abstract 25 | PDF Downloads 23 PDF (Español) Downloads 27

Second language acquisition in a linguistic immersion context. A structural model about the role of intelligence and linguistic attitudes

Fernando Senar, Elisabet Serrat, Ángel Huguet, Judit Janés
Abstract 41 | PDF Downloads 33 PDF (Español) Downloads 66

Acculturation and school engagement: The case of Portuguese students with Roma background

Tânia Moreira, Juliana Martins, José Carlos Núñez, André Oliveira, Joana Martins, Pedro Rosário
Abstract 28 | PDF Downloads 22 PDF (Español) Downloads 39

Effectiveness of family bonding therapy supported by child clinical psychomotricity to increase self-regulation in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: A pilot study

Josefina Larraín-Valenzuela, Mauricio Aspé-Sánchez, Patricia Nieto, Rodrigo C. Vergara, Andrea María Palma Contreras
Abstract 28 | PDF Downloads 27 PDF (Español) Downloads 51