Ranked 47/331 in Psychiatry and Mental Health (SCImago Journal and Country Rank, 2010)
Anthony S. David, King’s College London, UK
Peter Halligan, Cardiff University, UK
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry seeks to promote the study of cognitive processes underlying psychological and behavioural abnormalities, including psychotic symptoms, with and without organic brain disease. It played a pioneering role in establishing and shaping cognitive neuropsychiatry as a vibrant sub-discipline within cognitive neuroscience. For the past 15 years, it has been one of the few interdisciplinary journals that encourages the exploration and integration of theories, methods and research findings from related fields of clinical psychiatry, behavioural neurology and cognitive neuropsychology.
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry has a track record of publishing high quality empirical and theoretical papers (original papers, short reports, case studies and reviews) in fields of clinical and cognitive neuropsychiatry and which have a bearing on the understanding of normal cognitive processes. Relevant research from cognitive neuroscience, cognitive neuropsychology and clinical populations will also be considered. There are no page charges and we are able to offer free color printing where color is necessary.
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