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Neuropsychiatry Journal intends to publish peer-reviewed articles addressing neuropsychiatric disorders in particular by increasing, integrating, and disseminating knowledge of researchers, clinicians, and educators in major subjects such as clinical neuropsychiatry, cognitive neuropsychiatry, neuroimaging, neuropsychology of mental illness, behavioral neurology, neuropsychology and the cognitive neurosciences. The journal features original articles, concisely written clinical and research reports, perspectives on emerging trends in the field, and classic pieces from the field 's rich history.
It includes psychiatric difficulties and co-existing neurological conditions including: demyelinating diseases, encephalitis, movement disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, seizures, stroke, and traumatic brain injury. Such conditions may be associated with psychological or behavioral symptoms such as aggression, mania, anxiety, obsessions, compulsions, psychosis, depression and self-injurious behaviors.
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Commentary p. 04-08
Author(s): Roberto Poli
In the last 15 years, Internet use has grown tremendously: now approximately 40% of the world population is online. Internet addiction is an emergent disorder, because the increasing popular..
Short Communication p. 09-11
Author(s): Russell O Kosik, Tan Nguyen, Ingrid Ko, Angela P Fan
Suicidal ideation in young adults is an increasingly burdensome issue worldwide. Further, previous research has shown a very high prevalence of suicidal ideation in medical students, ranging..
Review Article p. 12-21
Author(s): Ko-Huan Lin, Hong-Zin Lin, Yen-Po Lin, Fan-Chun Meng, Felicia Lin, Hsien-Tsai Wu, Gen-Min Lin
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) causes intermittent nocturnal hypoxemia and is associated with obesity, diabetes, inflammation, endothelial dysfunction, and hypertension, possibly leading to m..
Short Communication p. 22-25
Author(s): Jin-Lieh Chan
A person’s behavior is under the influence of his own past experiences and future life goals. Therefore, everyone has a reference framework of his own to interpret the daily world. Tul..