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Psychological Review publishes articles that make important theoretical contributions to any area of scientific psychology. Preference is given to papers that advance theory, but systematic evaluation of alternative theories in a given domain will also be considered for publication.
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review provides broad coverage of topics in all areas of experimental psychology. Areas of coverage include animal learning and behavior, sensation and perception, cognitive psychology and development, psycholinguistics, memory, psychobiology and cognitive neuroscience, educational psychology, and social cognition-in short, all areas of psychology that rely on experimental methods.
Section B of The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology is a leading international journal which publishes in all areas of comparative and physiological psychology. The general concerns of the Journal are: how animals acquire and use knowledge of their world; the nature of such knowledge; the relationship between knowledge and behavior; the neural mechanisms underlying psychological processes; the relationship between learning, motivational and cognitive processes in non-human animals and comparable human processes; and the role of behavior in ecology and evolution.
Intended for elementary and secondary school students and teachers who are interested in learning more about the nervous system and brain. Hands on activities, experiments, information for all grade levels. Not just for kids, this is a massive source of information presented in a clear and understandable format.
BBS publishes important and controversial interdisciplinary "target articles" in psychology, neuroscience, behavioral biology, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, linguistics and philosophy.
The primary mission of Behavioral Neuroscience is to publish original research papers in the broad field of the biological bases of behavior. Occasional review articles and theoretical papers are also acceptable for publication if they are judged to make original and important conceptual contributions to the field. Studies covering the entire range of relevant biological and neural sciences, for example, anatomy, chemistry, physiology, endocrinology, and pharmacology, are considered so long as behavioral variables are measured or manipulated or if the work has clear relevance to behavior.
SAMHSA's mission within the Nation's health system is to improve the quality and availability of prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation services in order to reduce illness, death, disability, and cost to society resulting from substance abuse and mental illnesses.
Represents the interests of behavioral scientists in the fields of psychology, marketing, advertising, communication, consumer behavior, and other related areas.
The philosophical underpinnings of psychological research. Explanatory frameworks and research methods.
The Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology publishes original contributions on the following topics: (a) the development, validity, and use of techniques of diagnosis and treatment in disordered behavior; (b) studies of populations of clinical interest, such as hospitals, prison, rehabilitation, geriatric, and similar samples; (c) cross-cultural and demographic studies of interest for the behavior disorders; (d) studies of personality and of its assessment and development where these have a clear bearing on problems of clinical dysfunction; (e) studies of gender, ethnicity, or sexual orientation that have a clear bearing on diagnosis, assessment, and treatment; or (f) case studies pertinent to the preceding topics.
Lots of information on role of Forensic Psychiatrist in expert witness testimony, managed health care, and more.