Print version ISSN 1946-2026
The Puerto Rican Journal of Psychology (RePS for its acronym in Spanish) is the official journal of the Puerto Rican Psychological Association. It is a forum in which psychologists can: 1) discuss professional and academic controversies, 2) communicate professional opinions in order to impact social problems and policy, 3) disseminate information that will foster the development of the profession, and 4) document the historical development of the profession. The journal is published once a year. All articles are anonymously peer reviewed by members of the Editorial Board.