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Bowlby elmélete megjósolta, és a következő évtizedek számos empirikus vizsgálata bizonyította, hogy a korai kötődési viselkedés különféle mintázatainak megjelenését elsősorban a gondozói viselkedés érzékenységének eltérései okozzák. Metaelemzések szerint azonban ezek csak harmadát magyarázzák a kötődési viselkedés varianciájának. A gondozási környezet mellett az 1990-es években felmerült a csecsemők egyéni jellemzőinek, pl. temperamentumának befolyása is a kötődés fejlődésére. A molekuláris genetikai módszerek fejlődése a genetikai vizsgálatok érzékenységének növekedését eredményezte, és 2000-ben kutatócsoportunk publikált elsőként a csecsemőkori kötődés egyéni változatosságának hátterében álló specifikus génhatásokról.

Tanulmányunkban áttekintjük, hogy a humán genom projekt eredményeinek köszönhetően miként bővült tudásunk az elmúlt 15 év során. Az áttekintett kutatások fő kérdései, hogy a környezeti tényezők mellett mely gének mely változatai gyakorolnak befolyást a csecsemők kötődési viselkedésére, ezek hogyan befolyásolják a kötődés egyéni változatosságát, s milyen kölcsönhatásban lehetnek a környezeti tényezőkkel. Áttekintjük a bizonyítékokat, amelyek azt sugallják, hogy az idegrendszerben kifejeződő bizonyos gének különböző változatai hozzájárulhatnak a gondozói környezetre való eltérő csecsemőkori érzékenységhez (gén−környezet kölcsönhatások), továbbá hogy a gondozói viselkedés korai eltérései különbözőképpen befolyásolhatják egyes, a kötődés fejlődésében fontos gének működését (epigenetikai hatások).

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Senior editors

Editor(s)-in-Chief: Fülöp, Márta

Chair of the Editorial Board:
Molnár Márk, HUN-REN TTK, Kognitív Idegtudományi és Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest

          Area Editors

  • Bereczkei Tamás, PTE (Evolutionary psychology)
  • Bolla Veronika, ELTE BGGY (Psychology of special education)
  • Demetrovics Zsolt, ELTE PPK (Clinical psychology)
  • Faragó Klára, ELTE (Organizational psychology)
  • Hámori Eszter, PPKE (Clinical child psychology)
  • Kéri Szabolcs, SZTE (Experimental and Neuropsychology)
  • Kovács Kristóf, ELTE (Cognitive psychology)
  • Molnárné Kovács Judit, DTE (Social psychology)
  • Nagy Tamás, ELTE PPK (Health psychology, psychometry)
  • Nguyen Luu Lan Anh, ELTE PPK (Cross-cultural psychology)
  • Pohárnok Melinda, PTE (Developmental psychology)
  • Rózsa Sándor, KRE (Personality psychology and psychometrics)
  • Sass Judit, BCE (Industrial and organizational psychology)
  • Szabó Éva, SZTE (Educational psychology)
  • Szokolszky Ágnes, SZTE (Book review)

 

        Editorial Board

  • Csabai Márta, Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, Budapest

  • Császár Noémi, Pszichoszomatikus Ambulancia, Budapest

  • Csépe Valéria, HUN-REN TTK, Kognitív Idegtudományi és Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest

  • Czigler István, HUN-REN TTK, Kognitív Idegtudományi és Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest

  • Dúll Andrea, ELTE PPK, Budapest
  • Ehmann Bea, HUN-REN TTK, Kognitív Idegtudományi és Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest
  • Gervai Judit, HUN-REN TTK, Kognitív Idegtudományi és Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest
  • Kiss Enikő Csilla, Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, Budapest
  • Kiss Paszkál, Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, Budapest
  • Lábadi Beátrix, Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Pécs
  • Nagybányai-Nagy Olivér, Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, Budapest
  • Péley Bernadette, Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Pécs
  • Perczel-Forintos Dóra, Semmelweis Egyetem, Budapest
  • Polonyi Tünde, Debreceni Egyetem
  • Révész György,  Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Pécs
  • Winkler István, HUN-REN TTK, Kognitív Idegtudományi és Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest

 

Secretary of the editorial board: 

  •  Saád Judit, HUN-REN TTK, Kognitív Idegtudományi és Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest

 

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
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Address: H-1064 Budapest, Izabella u. 46.
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Psychology (miscellaneous) (Q4)

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0,3
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General Psychology 199/209 (5th PCTL)
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0,3
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0,366

2020  
Scimago
H-index
7
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Journal Rank
0,142
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Quartile Score
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Scopus
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17/111=0,2
Scopus
Cite Score Rank
General Psychology 199/203 (Q4)
Scopus
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0,079
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53
Scopus
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24
Days from submission to acceptance 116
Days from acceptance to publication 225
Acceptance
Rate
81%

 

2019  
Scimago
H-index
6
Scimago
Journal Rank
0,139
Scimago
Quartile Score
Psychology (miscellaneous) Q4
Scopus
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24/103=0,2
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General Psychology 192/204 (Q4)
Scopus
SNIP
0,113
Scopus
Cites
35
Scopus
Documents
14
Acceptance
Rate
58%

 

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Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Language Hungarian
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Year of
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1928
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ISSN 0025-0279 (Print)
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