Journal Clinical Psychiatry and Cognitive Psychology

About The Journal Open Access

Journal Clinical Psychiatry and Cognitive Psychology

The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry and Cognitive Psychology is an open access journal dedicated to publish high quality scientific articles that describes the latest findings in psychiatry and psychology. In addition to the core subjects, research articles in ancillary fields such as Neuroscience, Psychology, and Psychiatry are also welcome.

The Journal targets a vast section of population including academicians, clinical practitioners, counselors, therapists, students and researchers. Every individual manuscript is subject to rigorous peer-review. In addition to Research Articles, the Journal also publishes informative Case Reports, Commentaries, Reviews, and Perspectives for synthesizing the latest findings in a coherent manner.

Aims and Scope

The Journal features articles on a variety of neurologic disorders such as Mental Disorders, Neurocognitive Disorders, Hyperactivity Disorders, Depressive Disorders, Dementia, Stress & Affective Disorders etc., with special focus on research pertaining to Neuro Imaging, Psychotherapy, Cognitive Therapy, Behavior Therapy, and Psychopharmacology.

Authors can submit their manuscripts electronically at any time and from any part of the world to our online manuscript submission system www.editorialmanager.com/alliedjournals

If there is any difficulty with online submission, alternatively manuscripts are accepted via email to editorial office at [email protected]

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Just Published Articles

Editorial December 14, 2017

P.7-8

J Clin Psychiatry Cog Psychol: 1(1): 7-8

Thinking styles and performance.

Erez Yaakobi

Editorial December 07, 2017

P.5-6

J Clin Psychiatry Cog Psychol: 1(1): 5-6

Where would we find enough psychiatrists to serve in the new buildings in China?

Yuping CAO

Editorial December 07, 2017

P.3-4

J Clin Psychiatry Cog Psychol: 1(1): 3-4

Mindfulness: a path towards psychological well-being

Prasanna Jayatilake