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Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology seeks to promote the discipline of psychopharmacology in its fullest diversity. Psychopharmacology necessarily involves behavioral change, psychological processes, or their physiological substrates as one central variable and psychopharmacological agents as a second central variable. Such agents will include drugs, medications, and chemicals encountered in the workplace or environment. One goal of the journal is to foster basic research and the development of theory in psychopharmacology.
The Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry is one of the leading international journals in behavior therapy. It is the only journal that has a special concern for the practice of behavior therapy in clinical psychiatry. In addition to original papers, the Journal publishes material intended to provide training in behavior therapy for psychiatrists.
Research In Developmental Disabilities is aimed at publishing original research of an interdisciplinary nature that has a direct bearing on the remediation of problems associated with developmental disabilities.
PsychExps is a WebSite developed to provide interactive cognitive psychology experiments, thus enabling psychology departments to eliminate many of the expenses associated with providing undergraduate laboratory experiments.
Memory & Cognition covers human memory and learning, conceptual processes, psycholinguistics, problem solving, thinking, decision making, and skilled performance, including relevant work in the areas of computer simulation, information processing, mathematical psychology, developmental psychology, and experimental social psychology.
First published in 1952, Animal Behaviour is a leading international publication and has wide appeal, containing critical reviews, original papers, and research articles on all aspects of animal behaviour. Book Reviews and Books Received sections are also included.
Since its inception in 1930, Child Development has been devoted to original contributions on topics in child development from the fetal period through adolescence. It is a vital source of information not only for researchers and theoreticians, but for child psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychiatric social workers, specialists in early childhood education, educational psychologists, special education teachers, and other researchers in the field.
The Journal of Comparative Psychology publishes original empirical and theoretical research from a comparative perspective on the behavior, cognition, perception, and social relationships of diverse species. Studies can be descriptive or experimental and can be conducted in the field or in captivity. Papers in areas such as behavior genetics, behavioral rhythms, communication, comparative cognition, behavioral biology of conservation and animal welfare, development, endocrine-behavior interactions, evolutionary psychology, methodology, phylogenetic comparisons, orientation and navigation, sensory and perceptual processes, social behavior and social cognition are especially welcome.
The Journal of Experimental Child Psychology is an excellent source of information concerning all aspects of the behavior of children. Dedicated to expanding psychological knowledge about children, the journal presents material in the form of empirical research studies and short notes on methodological issues and innovative apparatus. Particular attention is paid to definitive new information and to the value of ideas as stimulants to further research. The journal presents single and multiple experiments that focus on a problem of empirical or theoretical interest.
The journal of memetics seeks to develop the memetic perspective, with space devoted to relevant evolutionary issues and other related topics.
Learning and Motivation features original experimental research devoted to the analysis of basic phenomena and mechanisms of learning, memory, and motivation. These studies, involving either animal or human subjects, examine behavioral, biological, and evolutionary influences on the learning and motivation processes, and often report on an integrated series of experiments that advance knowledge in this field.
Psychological Bulletin publishes evaluative and integrative reviews and interpretations of issues in scientific psychology. Original research is reported only for illustrative purposes. Integrative reviews that summarize a literature may set forth major developments within a particular research area or provide a bridge between related specialized fields within psychology or between psychology and related fields.