Scope of the journal

Journal of Integrative Psychology and Therapeutics  (JIPT) is committed to publishing articles that contributes advanced information to understand the fields of clinical and academic research in psychology. The Journal scope includes mental functions, behaviour and medical applications View More...
Original ResearchOpen Access

The use of music for emotion modulation in mental disorders: the role of personality dimensions

Stefan Gebhardt, Markus Kunkel, Richard von Georgi
Journal of Integrative Psychology and Therapeutics 2 : 5

Original ResearchOpen Access

Methods and results: EMR-based assessment of behavioral healthcare needs in the obstetric setting

Paul J. Rowan, Anthony Greisinger, Frances A. Smith
Journal of Integrative Psychology and Therapeutics 2 : 4

Original ResearchOpen Access

Insights into features of anxiety through multiple aspects of psychological time

Elisabeth Åström, Britt Wiberg, Anna Sircova, Marie Wiberg, Maria G Carelli
Journal of Integrative Psychology and Therapeutics 2 : 3

Original ResearchOpen Access

Muslims and depression: the role of religious beliefs in therapy

Shaista Meer, Ghazala Mir
Journal of Integrative Psychology and Therapeutics 2 : 2

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Journal of Integrative Psychology and Therapeutics Subject Areas

Behavioural psychology, Clinical psychology, Cognitive psychology, Geriatric psychology, Psychiatric Imaging, Addiction psychiatry, Forensic psychiatry, Psychopharmacology, Personality Psychology, Child Psychology, Health Psychology, Social Psychology, Sports psychology, Physiological psychology, Human factors, Clinical and Molecular Therapeutics, Psychiatric and Medical Genetics, Evolutionary psychology, Quantitative and measurement psychology, Developmental Psychology and its methods, Diagnosis and treatment of mental health, Psychotherapy of an individual or group, Education and ethics of psychology, Applied and experimental psychology, Neuropsychology and its techniques, Counselling and comparative psychology, Industrial and organizational psychology.

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