Welcome to the quarterly issued Journal Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience & Mental Health, the official Journal of the “obrela”.
The Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience & Mental Health (DCNMH) Journal is an open-access peer reviewed international online journal, published by obrela. It aims to publish high quality articles in the areas of Psychiatry, Mental Health, Clinical Neuroscience, Medical Psychology, and Neurology. The DCNMH welcomes varied article types such as Original Submissions, Research Articles, Review Articles, Short Reports, Case Reports, Letters to the Editor, Editorials and Guest Editorials. The DCNMH also features studies that focus on negative results, failure to reproduce, tools and methods, as well as on new theories or hypothesis.
Each paper is typically evaluated by at least two Editor or ad hoc reviewers and is considered for acceptance by the Chief Editor.
The DCNMH Journal welcomes manuscripts on the following fields : Brain Research, Addiction, Adolescent Development, Anxiety and Depression, Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias, Brain Plasticity, Brain and Evolution, Biological Rhythms and Sleep, Brain Wellness, Demyelinating Disorders, Developmental Disorders, Drug Discovery and Development, Drugs of Abuse and Addiction, Emotion, Epilepsy, Ethical and Policy Issues in Neuroscience, Food Intake and Energy Balance, Games and mental health, Psychiatric Genetics, Glial Mechanisms, History of Neuroscience, Memory Formation, Motivation and Emotion, Network Interactions, Neuroimaging, Neuroimmunology, Neuroendocrinology, Neurotoxicity, Neuroprotection, Pain, Public Awareness of Neuroscience, Stress and the Brain, Schizophrenia & Bipolar Disorder, Pharmacology, TeleCare, e-Health, m-Health, Virtual reality therapy, Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmaceutical Innovation, Rehabilitation, Prevention programs, Psychoeducation, Psychometry, Trauma therapy.
This is an open access journal, which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This Journal is following the Creative Commons license and is in accordance with the BOAI (Open Access Initiative) definition of open access.