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DEAN
Francisco Santolaya Ochando
VICE - DEANS
Eduardo Montes Velasco
Manuel Berdullas Temes
SECRETARY
Manuel Mariano Vera Martínez
VICE - SECRETARY
Julián Baltasar Jaume
TREASURER
Juan Manuel Egurtza Muniaín
 

COUNCIL MEMBERS

Fernando Chacón Fuertes
Rosario Carcas Castillo
José Ramón Fernández Hermida
Lorenzo Gil Hernández
Doña Margarita Laviana Cuetos
Cristina López Díaz

Manuel Enrique Medina Tornero
Rosa Jiménez Tornero
Manuel Rodríguez Fernández
Concepción Santo Tomas de Abajo
Luisa Fernanda del Val del Rio

The Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos (COP) is the Official Association of Spanish Psychologists. Legally established in 1980, the aims of the COP are to regulate the profession, to act as a representative for Spanish psychologists before national or international authorities or organizations and to contribute to the advancement of psychology as a science and a profession. In order to reach these targets, it organizes meetings at the regional, national or international level, publishes psychological journals, establishes training and ethical standards for collegiate psychologists and works to define and protect the exercise of our profession.

Deposito Legal: M-17341-1997

Design and composition by Juan Antonio Pez Martínez and José R. Correas

Electronic mail for the Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos may be sent via Internet to secop@correo.cop.es

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Psychology in Spain (ISSN 1137-9685) is published annually by the Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos (COP - Spanish Psychological Association). Its purpose is to disseminate in the English language the best Spanish psychology published in COP journals. Each issue of Psychology in Spain will look for balance among the different professional and scientific fields in Spanish Psychology, in an effort to offer a wide range of the best work, thought and research being produced in each field. Selection is carried out by a qualified Editorial Board made up of several of the most prestigious specialists in Spanish academic and professional psychology.