EC Psychology And Psychiatry

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Journal Info

Journal : EC Psychology and Psychiatry
Current Issue : Volume 13 Issue 1 - 2024
Publication Date : January 01, 2024
Frequency : Monthly
Language : English
Type of Publication : Online
Review Format : Double Blinded Peer Review
Email : psychology@ecronicon.net


Introduction

EC Psychology and Psychiatry (ECPP) is an internationally peer reviewed journal that desires to publish articles on all aspects of Psychology, diagnosis, management and prevention of Psychological disorders. The journal aims to publish clinical and experimental work on all the topics related to Psychological care and medicine. The main motto of ECPP is to bring latest developments and current research in Psychology and Psychiatry into light by publishing quality and original articles. We deal with all aspects of Psychological disorders and therapeutic interventions.

Aim and scope

EC Psychology and Psychiatry (ECPP) is an internationally peer reviewed journal that desires to publish articles on all aspects of Psychology, diagnosis, management and prevention of Psychological disorders. The journal aims to publish clinical and experimental work on all the topics related to Psychological care and medicine. The main motto of ECPP is to bring latest developments and current research in Psychology and Psychiatry into light by publishing quality and original articles. We deal with all aspects of Psychological disorders and therapeutic interventions.

Psychology is the study of mind and behavior. It is an academic discipline and an applied science which seeks to understand individuals and groups by establishing general principles and researching specific cases. Psychology plays an important role in our everyday lives as it is basically the study of who we are, why we are that way, and also what we can become. Psychology is important in many different ways, one example of why it is so important is, the research that has been done on many life threatening diseases. By using psychology, psychologists have studied diseases such as, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and many other neurological diseases. Today, we know a whole lot more about these diseases than we did in the past. Today, Scientists have even been able to produce medicines that may help victims of these diseases.

Major subject areas of interest in Psychology and Psychiatry include, but are not restricted to the following fields:

ECPP accepts articles on all the topics related to Psychology and Psychiatry such as Behavior Modification and Management, Neuroscience, Memory and Decision Making, Clinical Applications, Business and Sports Performance Management, Social and Developmental Studies, Animal Studies, Genetics, Psychiatry, Public Health, Sociology, Psychopathology, Cognition, Emotion, Learning, Memory, Sensation, Perception, and Neuroscience that clearly addresses Clinical Phenomena, Studies Using Non-Clinical or Pre-Clinical Populations that are relevant to understanding Clinical Dysfunction, Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Industrial and Organization Psychology, Traffic Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Psychometric Psychology, Sports Psychology, Health Psychology, Educational Psychology, Media Psychology, Neuroscience Psychology, Child and Adolescent Counseling, Adult and Elder Counseling, Family Counselling, School Counselling, Higher Education Counselling, Health Counselling, Crisis and Risk Counselling, Occupational Counselling, Industrial Counselling, Cyber Counselling, Psychology Education and Occupational Issues, Inter-disciplinary Approaches to Psychology, Counselling and Guidance, Technology Usage in Psychology, Counselling and Guidance, Rehabilitation Counselling, Special Education, Anthropology, Behavioral Neuroscience, Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy, Clinical Health Psychology, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Community Counseling, Counseling Psychology, Counselor Education & Supervision, Emotional & Behavioral Characteristics, Forensic Counseling, Forensic Psychology, Health, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Learning, Marriage & Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling, Mental Processes, Observational & Experimental Methods, Pastoral Community Counseling, Personality, Psychiatry, Psychoanalytic Psychology, Psychopharmacology, Psychotraumatology, Sport-Exercise Psychology, Substance Abuse, Transpersonal and Peace Psychology, Counseling activities (Including Assessment, Interventions & Treatment, Consultation, Supervision, Training, Prevention, and Psychological Education), Career Development and Vocational Psychology, Multicultural Psychology, Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Psychology, Addiction Studies, Psychology of Men and Women, School & Educational Psychology, Counseling Health Psychology, Positive Psychology, etc.

EC Psychology and Psychiatry publishes comprehensive and reliable information on diversified areas of Psychology and Psychiatry at  psychology@ecronicon.net

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