Revista Iberoamericana de Psicologia del Ejercicio y el Deporteopen access (RIPED)
The Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology (RIPED) was established in the year 2006 by enthusiasts of Exercise and Sport Psychology and with the concerted efforts of Spanish Federation of Sports Psychology (FEPD), Portuguese Society of Sports Psychology (SPPD), Association of Sports Psychology Argentina (APDA), Uruguayan Society of Sports Psychology (SUPDE), Scholarly articles for Brazilian Society of Sports Psychology (SOBRAPE), Bolivian Society of Psychology of Physical Activity and Sports (SOBOPAD).
RIPED Journal publishes peer-reviewed articles reporting latest developments in the areas of Sports Injuries, Sport Psychology, Exercise Physiology, Sport Science, Physical education, Anxiety, Decision Making and Sports Medicine, once in every two months. The Journal aims to disseminate scientific knowledge, research outcomes and the practice in these areas of research where psychology is combined with exercise and sport.
The Journal publications include experimental research outcomes, systematic reviews, correlation & comparative studies, product evaluation as well as qualitative studies. The Journal also considers critical reviews, cases studies, short communications, opinions, debates on policies and opinions and letters to the Editor. Empirical studies and articles related to practice of sports and physical exercise are also solicited in addition to reviews on the latest books related to sports and exercise psychology.
Articles are published in English language with references in the Roman alphabet with average turn-around time of 70 days per manuscript under International Open Access Creative Commons Attribution License Attribution- Non-Commercial-No Derivatives license 4.0 (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) whereby the readers have free access to copy and redistribute original article in any medium for non-commercial purpose.
Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology is indexed in Web of Science, Scopus, Latindex, EBSCO, Google Scholar, IN-RECS, SCIMAGO, ERIH-PLUS, Redalyc, Ulrichs Web, REDIB and several other International databases. The Journals archived repositories serve as reliable source of continuing education for sports instructors, sports psychologists, trainers, athletic counselors, coaches, advisors, exercise interventionist, sports therapists, health psychologists, academicians and researchers, athletic administrators and policy makers.
RIPED enjoys the support of well acclaimed associations in Spain such as Canary Association of Psychology of Sports (ACAPDE), Catalan Association of Sports Psychology (ACPE), Association of Sports Psychology of Andalusia (APDA), Spanish-Leonese Association of Sports Psychology (ACLPD), Galician Associate of specialists in Psychology of Sports and Physical Activity (EPSIDE).
The Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology (RIPED) aims at a vehicle of transmission and diffusion of Exercise and Sports Psychology.
Its intention is the scientific diffusion of all of those research projects, either theoretical or applied, such as the professional practice and experiences which are being carried out in our socio-geographic and cultural environment.
Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology is indexed on the following databases: Web of Science , Scopus , Latindex , EBSCO , Google Scholar h5 index: 18 and various well-reputed indexing sites.
Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology comprised of the following sections:
- Motor learning and control
- Common Sports Injuries
- Exercise Physiology
- Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine
- Pain Mechanisms
- Pediatric Sports Medicine
- Primary Care Sports Medicine
- Sports and Exercise Medicine
- Sports Injury Prevention
- Sports Management
- Sports Medicine
- Older adult and elderly sport participation
- Epidemiology of sports injuries
- The female athlete
- Rehabilitation and training
- Paralympic sport
- Human movement sciences
- Interdisciplinary Sciences
- Anxiety and Decision Making
- Intervention, Clinical and Counseling Psychology
- Health, Motivation, and Exercise
- Humanities and Social psychology
- Physical education
- Injury prevention
- Joint injury
We intend to gain the highest possible level of quality.
OPEN ACCESS Policy
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