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The Journal of Mental Health continues to provide professionals and managers with a forum for the latest ideas and evidence in the field of mental health, with an increasingly international flavour. While retaining a feel for developments in the British mental health services, JMH also describes all that is best in mental health practice around the world, encouraged by the appointment of new regional editors based in the USA and Australia.
The Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology was begun by the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology in 1983, and is now the major source of published material on the psychological aspects of human reproduction. The Journal reports and reviews outstanding research on psychological, behavioural, medical and social aspects of human reproduction, pregnancy and infancy.
JSMT is an active and contemporary forum reflecting the most viable developments emanating from the U.S. and abroad. You will read about therapeutic techniques, outcome, special clinical and medical problems, and the theoretical parameters of sexual functioning, and marital relationships.
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation provides an international forum for the publication of well-designed and properly evaluated intervention strategies, surveys, and observational procedures which are clinically relevant and may also back up theoretical arguments or models.
Psychodynamic Counselling is a new journal of counselling and consultancy. The journal will explore the relevance of psychodynamic ideas to different occupational settings. It will emphasize setting and application as well as theory and technique.
Psychology, Health & Medicine provides a forum to report on issues of psychology and health in practice. The journal reaches an international audience, highlighting the variation and similarities within different settings. Examining the wide range of applied health and illness issues and how they incorporate psychological knowledge, understanding, theory and intervention, the journal reflects the growing recognition of psychosocial issues as they affect health planning, medical care, disease reaction, intervention and management.
Now being understood and treated as a significant and widespread disorder, sexual addiction and compulsivity is an enormously complex problem that requires a multidisciplinary approach from psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, family therapists, pastoral counselors, and law enforcement personnel. Its emergence as a life or death issue is increasingly more apparent, manifesting itself in suicide, dangerous sexual practices, and high-risk sex that can result in catching HIV disease.
Sexual and Relationship Therapy is an international refereed journal for everyone professionally concerned with sexual and marital function. Its readers include academics and researchers, clinicians, therapists and counsellors. Sexual and marital difficulties, and their alleviation, are an increasing part of the workload of professionals from many different disciplines, including medicine, psychology, psychotherapy, nursing, counselling and social work.
Cognition & Emotion is devoted to the study of emotion, especially of those aspects of emotion that are related to mental processes. The journal aims to bring together work on emotion undertaken by researchers in cognitive, social, clinical, and developmental psychology, neuropsychology, and cognitive science; it also welcomes psychologically oriented submissions from those in philosophy, anthropology, sociology, and other social sciences and humanities.
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry promotes the study of cognitive processes from a neuropsychological perspective. It publishes full-length and short empirical reports as well as theorectical articles and occasional reviews that advance our understanding of human cognition and its neural sustrates. Research on cognitive disorders (including developmental disorders and disorders associated with aging), computational neuropsychology, and functional neuroimaging that illuminate theories of normal functioning is appropriate for the journal; so too are studies of rehabilitation based upon a cognitive-neuropsychological framework.
Cognitive Neuropsychology promotes the study of cognitive processes from a neuropsychological perspective. It publishes full-length and short empirical reports as well as theoretical articles and occasional reviews that advance our understanding of human cognition and its neural substrates. Research on cognitive disorders (including developmental disorders and disorders associated with aging), computational neuropsychology, and functional neuroimaging that illuminate theories of normal functioning is appropriate for the journal; so too are studies of rehabilitation based upon a cognitive-neuropsychological framework.
The European Journal of Cognitive Psychology is the official journal of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, which aims to encourage the exchange and integration of ideas, research and training in cognitive psychology throughout Europe. The journal publishes reports of empirical work, theoretical contributions and reviews of the literature in all areas of cognitive psychology including applied cognitive psychology.