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About the Journal

The stressful lifestyle of the present day has forced us to understand and extract more general information about our behavior. Several aspects of our complex behavior are blurred and can not be distinguished from normal as general behavior or psychological deviation. Behavioral interaction is conducted through a dynamic interplay as an response to the ever-changing environment.

Psychology and Psychiatry: Open Access is an academic journal which publishes original research papers, review findings and clinical trials in all medical study and practice fields. It supports to publish the scientific study of human mind and behavioral changes. This Journal advances psychological and psychiatric science of importance and significance for the human condition worldwide and acts as a forum for globally applicable basic and applied scientific psychological  study. Psychology and Psychiatry: open Access Journals serves to develop interest for mental- health professionals, including psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, and psychiatric nurses and also welcome the research  publications on epidemiological and community-based studies which focus and psychiatric and mental health issues.

Psychology and Psychiatry Journal focuses widely on the areas such as Clinical Psychiatry, Depression, Personality Disorders, Social Cognition, Human Cognition, Substance Abuse, law and Psychology, Forensic Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry and many more. It is one of the scholarly open access journal which aims to provide the most comprehensive and reliable source of knowledge on the related topics of  advanced and very recent research . This journal offers a special dedicated platform and also enhances the dissemination of knowledge and information on topics closely related to psychology and psychiatry for the scientists and researchers to voice their research papers, review posts, case reports and brief communications.

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Autistic Disorder

Autistic disorder is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder which affects a person’s ability to interact with the society. It is a variable developmental disorder that appears by age three and is categorized by mutilation of the ability to form social relationships and repetitive behaviour patterns. Autism affects the way our brain perceives and transmits information. A diagnosis of autistic disorder is made only when individual shows six or more symptoms registered across three major areas: social interaction, communication, and behaviour.

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Bipolar Manic Depression

Bipolar manic depression is a mental disorder that causes extreme shifts in mood, energy and activity level. People suffering from bipolar disorder experience periods of oddly intense emotion, changes in sleep patterns, unusual behaviour and trouble in managing daily tasks. These distinct periods due to manic-depressive illness are called “mood episodes”.

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Ecological Psychology

Ecological psychology is the study of human behaviour and its relationship with the surrounding environment. It is the link between spiritual experience and physical mind set of a person. Ecology is a multidisciplinary approach to analyse living systems, their environments and psychological transaction between them.

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Neural Science

Neural Science is a multidisciplinary branch that is concerned with structural, developmental and functional aspects of the nervous system. The function of a brain and its impression on the behaviour is investigated to deal with neurological, neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders. The modern neural science is broadly categorized into various disciplines such as affective neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, cellular neuroscience, clinical neuroscience, computational neuroscience, molecular neuroscience, neuroimaging, neurolinguistics, systems neuroscience.

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Psychodynamics is a dynamic approach to psychology that highlights systematic analysis of emotions, feelings and behaviour of a person. These psychological forces may relate to earlier experiences. The modern psychodynamic field works with a multi-disciplinary approach to link human thought process, response pattern and its influence.

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Health and Psychology

Health and psychology is concerned with the impact of psychological processes on physical health and illness. Health psychology helps in understanding behavioural and contextual factors, preventing illness and the effect of disease. This study emphasizes on understanding the effect of psychological, behavioural and cultural factors upon psychological health.

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Hallucination is a perception of mind that can occur in sensory modality such as visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, tactile, or proprioceptive. The mind of a person is in a biased state to discriminate between reality and imagination. The causes of hallucination are mental illness, substance abuse, lack of sleep, medications. It can be treated by medication and psychological counselling.

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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Cognitive behaviour therapy is a present-oriented psychotherapy used to treat mental illness. In this intervention dysfunctional behaviour, thoughts and thinking are modified to solve current problems. Cognitive behaviour therapy is useful in treating anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, psychosis and mood disorders.

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Schizophrenia Disorder

Schizophrenia disorder is a chronic mental illness that interferes with social behaviour, thinking ability and connection with reality. Symptoms of schizophrenia include hallucinations, disorganized thinking, delusions, movement disorders, false beliefs, reduced speaking. Several factors can cause schizophrenia such as genetic factors, environment, substance abuse and different brain chemistry. The treatment of schizophrenia focuses on eliminating symptoms by antipsychotic medications, psychosocial treatment, rehabilitation programme.

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Psychopathology is the study of mental illness and relevant factors that contribute into psychological and behavioural dysfunction. It also involves investigation of genetic, biological, social and psychological cause; classification scheme; developmental stages; manifestation and treatment. Psychiatrists diagnose this psychological disorder based on prominent themes such as deviance, distress, dysfunction and danger.

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Behaviouristic Psychology

Behaviouristic psychology is based on a fact that behaviour is acquired through surrounding environmental conditions. Our response to external stimuli shape our actions that can be studied systematically. Behaviouristic psychology refers to a psychological approach that emphasizes on the scientific and objective method of investigation.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a chronic, long-lasting disorder in which a person has unwanted recurring thoughts and repeated activities. The symptoms involve obsessions, compulsions, overvalued ideas and cognitive performance. Activities include counting things, washing hands, aggressive thoughts. The risk factors include genetics, environment, brain structure and function. Treatment and therapy involve medication and psychotherapy.

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Children Psychology

Children psychology is a specialized branch of psychology that emphases on development and behaviour of children. It investigates social, emotional, physical and cognitive development of children. Every aspect of psychological behaviour such as ability to learn, think, respond, interact corresponds to temperament, emotions, involving in friend circle and personality development.

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Psychological Therapy

Psychological therapy is a validated psychological procedure that involves personal interaction to conduct a collaborative treatment. It helps in improving the mental health of a person by resolving thoughts, emotions, compulsion and behaviour. Through psychotherapy, an individual can work upon their problems and learn skills to cope with tasks.

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Clinical Psychology Assessment

Clinical psychology assessment is a comprehensive health care treatment that diagnoses mental, behavioural and emotional disorders. It is a diverse field where learning disabilities, depression, substance abuse, anxiety and eating disorders are treated to promote personal development. Clinical psychological treatment is concerned with the psychological assessment, intervention, clinical formulation and psychotherapy.

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