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Journal of Psychiatric Research

Founded in 1961 to report on the latest work in psychiatry and cognate disciplines, the Journal of Psychiatric Research is dedicated to innovative and timely studies of four important areas of research:

(1) Clinical studies of all disciplines relating to psychiatric illness, as well as normal human behaviour, including biochemical, physiological, genetic, environmental, social, psychological and epidemiological factors;

(2) Basic studies pertaining to psychiatry in such fields as neuropsychopharmacology, neuroendocrinology, electrophysiology, genetics, experimental psychology and epidemiology;

(3) The growing application of clinical laboratory techniques in psychiatry, including imagery and spectroscopy of the brain, molecular biology and computer sciences;

(4) Advances in basic and clinical research methodology, including the process of "bench-to-bedside" transfer of new research findings.

The Editors-in-Chief will accept papers of high scientific caliber, if necessary after appropriate revision, and will aim for their rapid publication. In addition, the Journal will be enhanced by the inclusion of commissioned reviews, news items, book notices and letters to the Editors.

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    Florian Holsboer, Alan F. Schatzberg

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* 2011 Journal Citation ReportsĀ®, published by Thomson Reuters

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Journal of Psychiatric Research
  • Journal
  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISSN: 00223956
  • 2013 Impact Factor: 4.092*