Journal of Psychiatric Research Q1 Unclaimed

Elsevier Ltd. United Kingdom
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Journal of Psychiatric Research focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: disorder, treatment, patients, rating, scale, suicidal, symptom, symptoms, therapy, tracking, ...

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Languages: English

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disorder, treatment, patients, rating, scale, suicidal, symptom, symptoms, therapy, tracking, posttraumatic, early, study, analysisa, stress, anxiety, gene, sexual, cognitive, disorders, domains, effects, electroconvulsive, ghrelin, interest, longitudinal, measure, psychosis, risk, selfreported, NA

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