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Tradition and Innovation

Tradition and Innovation European Journal of PsychologicalA © 200 ssessment 6Hans Westmeyer: Editorial Hogrefe & 2006 Huber Publishers ; Vol. 22(1):1–3 Editorial Hans Westmeyer Freie Universität Berlin, Germany In 1985, two professors of psychology from Madrid continue to serve as Consulting Editors. Their expertise and (Spain), Rocio Fernández-Ballesteros and Fernando Silva, advice are highly appreciated. And I welcome Anastasia, founded a new journal and called it Evaluación Psicoló- Eric, Antonio, and Manfred. I look forward to a productive gia/Psychological Assessment. In July 1989 at the 1st Eu- cooperation. Moreover, about half of the Consulting Edi- ropean Congress of Psychology in Amsterdam, they were tors are being replaced by new ones. I would like to express the driving forces behind an initiative to found a European my deep gratitude to all those who are no longer on the Association of Psychological Assessment. Their initiative Board. Some of them have served since the very first vol- was successful, and the EAPA exists since 1990. In 1992, ume of the EJPA or even its predecessor. They all have their the former journal Evaluación Psicológia/Psychological share in the remarkable development of our journal. Assessment was renamed to European Journal of Psycho- And indeed the development of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Psychological Assessment American Psychological Association

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Publisher
American Psychological Association
Copyright
Copyright © 2006 Hogrefe & Huber Publishers
ISSN
1015-5759
eISSN
2151-2426
DOI
10.1027/1015-5759.22.1.1
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European Journal of PsychologicalA © 200 ssessment 6Hans Westmeyer: Editorial Hogrefe & 2006 Huber Publishers ; Vol. 22(1):1–3 Editorial Hans Westmeyer Freie Universität Berlin, Germany In 1985, two professors of psychology from Madrid continue to serve as Consulting Editors. Their expertise and (Spain), Rocio Fernández-Ballesteros and Fernando Silva, advice are highly appreciated. And I welcome Anastasia, founded a new journal and called it Evaluación Psicoló- Eric, Antonio, and Manfred. I look forward to a productive gia/Psychological Assessment. In July 1989 at the 1st Eu- cooperation. Moreover, about half of the Consulting Edi- ropean Congress of Psychology in Amsterdam, they were tors are being replaced by new ones. I would like to express the driving forces behind an initiative to found a European my deep gratitude to all those who are no longer on the Association of Psychological Assessment. Their initiative Board. Some of them have served since the very first vol- was successful, and the EAPA exists since 1990. In 1992, ume of the EJPA or even its predecessor. They all have their the former journal Evaluación Psicológia/Psychological share in the remarkable development of our journal. Assessment was renamed to European Journal of Psycho- And indeed the development of

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Published: Jan 1, 2006

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