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ISSN: 0033-2917

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Psychological Medicine is a journal indexed in SJR in Psychiatry and Mental Health and Applied Psychology with an H index of 243. It has a price of 1626.56 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,768 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,768.

Psychological Medicine focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: cognitive, disorder, study, risk, symptoms, psychosis, stress, genetic, patients, outcome, ...

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Languages: English

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Aims and Scope

cognitive, disorder, study, risk, symptoms, psychosis, stress, genetic, patients, outcome, women, eating, social, posttraumatic, anxiety, control, depressive, offspring, treatment, intervention, psychopathology,

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The Treatment of Obsessions. By S. Rachman. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Science and Practice Series. Edited by D. Clark, C. Fairburn and S. Hollo. (Pp. 162; £22.95.) Oxford University Press: Oxford. 2003.

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Actions taken to cope with depression at different levels of severity: a community survey

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Schizophrenia in Children and Adolescents. Edited by H. Remschmidt. (Pp. 308; £39.95.) Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. 2001.

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Telepsychiatry and E-mail Health. Edited by R. Wooton, P. Yellowlees and P. McLaren. (Pp. 368; £24.95.) Royal Society of Medicine Press: London. 2003.

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Examining the relationship between pubertal stage, adolescent health behaviours and stress

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Improvement of psychic and somatic symptoms in adult patients with generalized anxiety disorder: examination from a duloxetine, venlafaxine extended-release and placebo-controlled trial

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Neurocognitive function in users of MDMA: the importance of clinically significant patterns of use

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Psychotherapy and Counselling in Practice: A Narrative Framework. By D. Tantam. (Pp. 317; £21.95.) Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. 2003.

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The prediction of thoughts of death or self-harm in a population-based sample of female twins

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Where Inner and Outer Worlds Meet: Psychological Research in the Tradition of George W. Brown. Edited by T. Harris. (Pp. 327; £60.00.) Routledge: London, 2000.

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The effect of a nutritional source of tryptophan on dieting-induced changes in brain 5-HT function

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Psychological consequences of road traffic accidents for children and their mothers

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Frequent attenders in secondary care: a 3-year follow-up study of patients with medically unexplained symptoms

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The detection of intentional contingencies in simple animations in patients with delusions of persecution

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Further neuroendocrine evidence of enhanced vasopressin V3 receptor responses in melancholic depression

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Positive symptoms and white matter microstructure in never-medicated first episode schizophrenia

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Predicting admission rates to secure forensic psychiatry services

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Mood congruent memory bias induced by tryptophan depletion

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Evidence for structural and functional abnormality in the subgenual anterior cingulate cortex in major depressive disorder

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A pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial of an educational intervention for GPs in the assessment and management of depression

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Depression with late onset is associated with right frontal lobe atrophy

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The genetic epidemiology of body attitudes, the attitudinal component of body image in women

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Negative Symptom and Cognitive Deficit Treatment Response in Schizophrenia. Edited by R. S. E. Keefe and J. P. McEvoy. (Pp. 201.) American Psychiatric Press: Washington, DC. 2001.

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We read with great interest the article by Nielen & Den Boer (33, 917-925), who found that patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) displayed cognitive deficits consistent with a dysfunction of the dorsolateral-striatal circuit (DLSC) (i.e.

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