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Journal of Affective Disorders
The Journal of Affective Disorders publishes papers concerned with affective disorders in the widest sense: depression, mania, anxiety and panic. It is interdisciplinary and aims to bring together different approaches for a diverse readership. High quality papers will be accepted dealing with any aspect of affective disorders, including biochemistry, pharmacology, endocrinology, genetics, statistics, epidemiology, psychodynamics, classification, clinical studies and studies of all types of treatment.
Bipolar disorders is a severe and debilitating mental illness, which has only recently started to receive the necessary attention from society, researchers, practitioners, government, and private funding agencies. In response to the need for further awareness, education, and research on this severe mental illness, the International Society for Bipolar Disorders was created in 1999. In the same year Bipolar Disorders, the official journal of the society, was launched. This international journal publishes all research of relevance to the basic mechanisms, clinical aspects, or treatment of bipolar disorders. It intends to provide a single international outlet for new research in this area. With an outstanding impact factor, the journal has made a huge impact on the biological psychiatry community and continues to be a valuable resource for authors and researchers alike.
Depression and Anxiety Journal (open access)
Depression and Anxiety is a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on mood and anxiety disorders and related phenomena. Members receive the journal and have access to all online articles.
Depression Research and Treatment
Depression Research and Treatment is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related to all aspects of depression.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology
The Journal of Abnormal Psychology® publishes articles on basic research and theory in the broad field of abnormal behavior, its determinants, and its correlates. The following general topics fall within its area of major focus:
psychopathology—its etiology, development, symptomatology, and course;
normal processes in abnormal individuals;
pathological or atypical features of the behavior of normal persons;
experimental studies, with human or animal subjects, relating to disordered emotional behavior or pathology;
sociocultural effects on pathological processes, including the influence of gender and ethnicity; and
tests of hypotheses from psychological theories that relate to abnormal behavior.
Theoretical papers of scholarly substance on abnormality may be appropriate if they advance understanding of a specific issue directly relevant to abnormal psychology and fall within the length restrictions of a regular (not extended) article. The priority is empirical papers.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
The Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology®(JCCP) publishes original contributions on the following topics:
the development, validity, and use of techniques of diagnosis and treatment of disordered behavior;
studies of a variety of populations that have clinical interest, including but not limited to medical patients, ethnic minorities, persons with serious mental illness, and community samples;
studies that have a cross-cultural or demographic focus and are of interest for treating behavior disorders;
studies of personality and of its assessment and development where these have a clear bearing on problems of clinical dysfunction and treatment;
studies of gender, ethnicity, or sexual orientation that have a clear bearing on diagnosis, assessment, and treatment;
studies of psychosocial aspects of health behaviors; and
methodologically sound case studies pertinent to the preceding topics.
Studies that focus on populations that fall anywhere within the lifespan are considered.
JCCP welcomes submissions on treatment and prevention in all areas of clinical and clinical–health psychology and especially on topics that appeal to a broad clinical–scientist and practitioner audience.
JCCP encourages the submission of theory–based interventions, studies that investigate mechanisms of change, and studies of the effectiveness of treatments in real-world settings.
Psychological Assessment® is concerned mainly with empirical research on measurement and evaluation relevant to the broad field of clinical psychology. Submissions are welcome in the areas of assessment processes and methods.
clinical judgment and the application of decision-making models
paradigms derived from basic psychological research in cognition, personality–social psychology, and biological psychology
development, validation, and application of assessment instruments, observational methods, and interviews
The focus of the journal is the diagnosis and evaluation of psychological characteristics or processes and assessment of the effectiveness of interventions.
Assessment of personality, psychopathological symptoms, cognitive and neuropsychological processes, and interpersonal behavior are all relevant. Methodological, theoretical, and review articles addressing clinical assessment processes and methods will also be considered.
Case studies will be considered if they make unique contributions to clinical psychological assessment. Papers that focus on measurement theory and methods will be considered if specifically focused on issues in clinical assessment.
Archives of General Psychiatry
Archives of General Psychiatry is an international peer-reviewed journal published 12 times per year by the American Medical Association. Archives was published originally in 1919 as the Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry, which in 1959 became 2 separate journals: Archives of Neurology and Archives of General Psychiatry.
The Archives of General Psychiatry strives to publish original, state-of-the-art studies and commentaries of general interest to clinicians, scholars, and research scientists in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral science, and allied fields. The Archives seeks to inform and to educate its readers as well as to stimulate debate and further exploration into the nature, causes, treatment, and public health importance of mental illness.
Clinical Case Studies
Clinical Case Studies (CCS), peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly in an electronic-only format, is the only journal devoted entirely to case studies. It presents cases involving individual, couples, and family therapy. The easy-to-follow case presentation format allows you to learn how interesting and challenging cases were assessed and conceptualized, and how treatment followed such conceptualization. This practical format allows clinicians to replicate successful treatments in their own practices. Cases follow a 12-point format. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
British Journal of Psychiatry
ABOUT THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
Editor: Professor Peter Tyrer
Published monthly by The Royal College of Psychiatrists, this is one of the world's leading psychiatric journals. It covers all branches of the subject, with particular emphasis on the clinical aspects of each topic. In addition to a large number of authoritative papers from both the UK and around the world, the journal includes editorials, review articles, commentaries on contentious articles, short reports, a comprehensive book review section and a lively and well-informed correspondence column. A series of supplements, sent free to subscribers, provides in-depth coverage of selected areas.
The journal is essential reading for psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, and all professionals with an interest in mental health. The British Journal of Psychiatry print version is sent to all members of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, which includes most psychiatrists working in the UK. There is also a substantial international subscriber base.
All papers in this journal are peer-reviewed. No person is permitted to take any role in the peer-review of a paper in which they have an interest, defined as follows: fees or grants from, employment by, consultancy for, shared ownership in, or any close relationship with, an organisation whose interests, financial or otherwise, may be affected by the publication of the paper. Unless so stated, material in this journal does not necessarily reflect the views of the Editor or the Royal College of Psychiatrists. The publishers are not responsible for any error of omission or fact.
All content from January 2000 is online and is made freely available 1 year after publication.
Behavior Therapy is a quarterly international journal devoted to the application of the behavioral and cognitive sciences to the conceptualization, assessment, and treatment of psychopathology and related clinical problems. It is intended for mental health professionals and students from all related disciplines who wish to remain current in these areas and provides a vehicle for scientist-practitioners and clinical scientists to report the results of their original empirical research. Although the major emphasis is placed upon empirical research, methodological and theoretical papers as well as evaluative reviews of the literature will also be published. Controlled single-case designs and clinical replication series are welcome.
Behavior Modification (BMO) presents insightful research, reports, and reviews on applied behavior modification. Each issue offers successful assessment and modification techniques applicable to problems in psychiatric, clinical, educational, and rehabilitative settings, as well as treatment manuals and program descriptions. Practical features help you follow the process of clinical psychological research and to apply it to behavior modification interventions.
Impact Factor: 1.585
Ranked: 48 out of 102 in Psychology, Clinical
Source: 2010 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2011)
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry
A Journal of Experimental Psychopathology
The Journal welcomes contributions to the understanding and treatment of psychopathology. Such contributions may stem from various theoretical perspectives, such as learning theory, cognitive science, social psychology, developmental psychology, etc. The Journal primarily focuses on experimental tests of psychological approaches to psychopathology, though contributions from medicine, biology, sociology, or epidemiology may be published. The same holds for non-experimental approaches, which may occasionally be published if deemed relevant for the field of experimental psychopathology. Papers to be published generally focus on:
•Theoretically or clinically relevant differences between specific patient groups and other groups, if experimentally tested;
•Mechanisms that cause, perpetuate or reduce disorders;
•Diagnostic or therapeutic procedures
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice is a quarterly international journal that serves an enduring resource for empirically informed methods of clinical practice. Its mission is to bridge the gap between published research and the actual clinical practice of cognitive behavior therapy. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice publishes clinically rich accounts of innovative assessment and diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that are clearly grounded in empirical research. A focus on application and implementation of procedures is maintained. Topics are selected to address challenges facing practitioners, both in terms of the process (e.g., therapeutic relationship) and the content of treatment. Articles will reflect both a knowledge of the past research literature as well as the database of clinical experience. 'Most issues, in addition to regular articles provide either a case conference or special topics within empirically supported clinical practice. Cognitive and Behavioral Case conferences include a number of clinicians responding to a single clinical case vignette. Special series contain multiple manuscripts that center on a particular diagnostic category, population or therapeutic strategy. This journal is for the practicing psychologist, instructors, and researchers with an interest in the clinical application of their findings. Continuing education examinations are included in each issue.
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Editor: Maureen Whittal Ph.D.
Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy
An international multidisciplinary journal aimed primarily at members of the helping and teaching professions. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy features original research papers, covering both experimental and clinical work, that contribute to the theory, practice and evolution of cognitive and behaviour therapy. The journal aims to reflect and influence the continuing changes in the concepts, methodology, and techniques of behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy. A particular feature of the journal is its broad ranging scope - both in terms of topics and types of study covered. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy encompasses most areas of human behaviour and experience, and represents many different research methods, from randomized controlled trials to detailed case studies. It also includes reviews of recently published literature in this field, brief clinical reports and papers focusing on empirically grounded clinical intervention.
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