Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology ISSN 1302-7840 (pressed) and E-ISSN 2667-8225 (online) is being published online since 2019. Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology is the academic official publication of the Cyprus Mental Health Institute. Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology – Cyp Turk J Psychiatry and Psychol in abbreviation, aims to reach a national and international audience and accept applications from worldwide authors. The journal gives high priority to the publication of original studies of clinicians and scientists in disciplines related to psychiatry and psychology. In addition, Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology publishes high-quality research by experts and scientists in neurology, pharmacology, social services, genetics, physiology, psychiatry nursing, and other related sciences related to the fields of psychiatry and psychology after a meticulous review of a referee.

The journal is accessible to all interested people without a subscription fee, which increases the goal of reaching all interested national and international associations and individuals.

Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology is found on the List of International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE).
The journal follows the updates of the ICMJE Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals.

Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology was included in the NAPS Journal List by the Novel Academy Publication Standard (NAPS) in the assessment, recommendation, accreditation and certification process in order to raise the publication quality standard.


Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology; It is under evaluation by Ulakbim

Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology has been included in the Emerging Sources Citation Index as of March 30, 2022.


Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology will charge 500 EUR Article Processing Charge (APC) for submitted articles as of April 15, 2022. APC is charged 250 EUR for authors who have served as referees in the Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology within the last year. The right to pay the referee publication fee is limited to the number of refereed articles.

Vol: 4, Issue: 1, March 2022


Research Articles

The Role of Socio-Economic Status, Mother’s Psychopathology, Reflective Functioning and Emotion Socialization on Toddlers’ Behavior Problems

Afra Selcen Taşdelen1, Asiye Kumru2, Gizem Arıkan3

>Abstract   >PDF    >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.01        >XML        >HTML

Investigation of the Relationship between Muscle Dysmorphia Disorder, Orthorexia Nervosa, and Motivation in Male Individuals Engaged in Bodybuilding Sports

Hüseyin Abraş1, Deniz Erdağ2, Ayşe Buran3

>Abstract   >PDF    >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.02          >XML     >HTML

Post-Traumatic Growth Experiences of Individuals Having Completed Treatment For Coronavirus: A Qualitative Study

Adeviye Aydın1, Yunus Kaya2

>Abstract   >PDF    >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.03         >XML       >HTML

The Reliability and Validity Study of the Reasonability of Prosocial Lie Test – Child Form

Muhammed Şükrü Aydın 1, Sema Karakelle 2, Asiye Kumru 3

>Abstract   >PDF    >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.04         >XML      >HTML

Examination of Relationship of Eating Disorders with Childhood Traumas and Life Satisfaction

Sultan Okumuşoğlu 1

>Abstract   >PDF    >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.05        >XML         >HTML

Examining the Relationship of Cyberbullying and Victimization among Adolescents with Peer Relationships and Self-Concept

Ezgi Taştekin1, Pınar Bayhan 2

>Abstract   >PDF    >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.06       >XML       >HTML

Relationship Satisfaction and Attributıon Types Relationship: The Mediating Role of Positive and Negative Emotion

Gizem Özen1, Ferzan Curun2

>Abstract   >PDF  >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.07      >XML       >HTML

Father Education Program: An Experimental Study

Yasemin Sorakın1, Yağmur Çerkez2

>Abstract   >PDF  >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.08       >XML        >HTML

Evaluation of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in Non-clinic Turkish Sample Using Item Response Theory Analysis

Arkun Tatar1, Didem Ayhan2

>Abstract   >PDF  >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.09       >XML         >HTML

Housewife Burnout and Somatization: Predictors of Depression

Selin Karaköse1, Ayşe Nehir Ulusoy2

>Abstract   >PDF    >Doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.10       >XML        >HTML