Provides comprehensive reviews of significant developments in the field of clinical psychology and psychiatry. The journal covers research, theory, and the application of psychological principles to address recognized disorders, including schizophrenia, mood, anxiety, childhood, substance use, cognitive, and personality disorders.
Publishes substantive reviews of topics germane to clinical psychology. Papers cover diverse issues including: psychopathology, psychotherapy, behavior therapy, cognition and cognitive therapies, behavioral medicine, community mental health, assessment, and child development.
Depression and Anxiety welcomes original research and synthetic review articles covering molecular, genetic, biopsychosocial, neurochemical, neuropsychological, physiological, behavioral, sociological, psychodynamic, psychotherapeutic, cognitive and pharmacotherapeutic aspects of mood and anxiety disorders and related phenomena in humans and animals.
HPR is dedicated to theoretical and conceptual work, as well as to evaluative, integrative, meta-analytic and systematic reviews and interpretations of substantive issues in the general domain of health psychology.
Publishes original contributions on the following topics: - the development, validity, and use of techniques of diagnosis and treatment of disordered behavior; - 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.
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment ® (PD:TRT) publishes a wide range of cutting edge research on personality disorders and related psychopathology from a categorical and/or dimensional perspective including laboratory and treatment outcome studies, as well as integrative conceptual manuscripts and practice reviews that bridge science and practice.
As the volume of literature in the fields of psychotherapy and psychosomatics continues to grow, it becomes increasingly difficult to keep abreast of new and important developments, and to have independent, critical views on key clinical issues concerned with assessment and treatment of mental disorders. ‘Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics’ has progressively increased its reputation for independence, originality and methodological rigor.
SPPS is a unique short reports journal in social and personality psychology. Its aim is to publish concise reports of empirical studies that provide meaningful contributions to our understanding of important issues in social and personality psychology.