Clinical Psychology Research and Public Health
A special issue of Behavioral Sciences (ISSN 2076-328X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2023) | Viewed by 31033
Interests: behavioral sciences; medical psychology; chronic diseases; child psychology
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Researchers and academics are invited to contribute with studies in the field of clinical psychology that have an impact on public health (mental health, behavior problems, adverse childhood experiences, substance use, stress and burnout, eating or sleeping disorders, addictions, etc.). We encourage studies that focus on psychological problems of vulnerable individuals or groups that can become a public health issue (e.g., chronic diseases). Authors could also contribute studies that present the need for training psychologists and doctors to deal with psychological/medical problems to diminish the negative impacts on public health (through continuing education, university curricula, etc.)
We are interested in methods of intervention, psychotherapy, and treatment of various problems experienced by contemporary humans (families, groups, or communities from different cultures); crisis situations; critical incidents; and multidisciplinary approaches having a psychological, medical, social, cultural, and ethical perspective.
Professor Dr. Magdalena Iorga
Professor Dr. Camelia Soponaru
Prof. Magdalena Iorga
Prof. Dr. Camelia Soponaru
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- • psychology health • public health • mental health • stress • burnout • vulnerable population • substance use • sleeping disorders • eating disorders • adverse childhood experiences • chronic diseases • medical ethics