Addictive Behaviours is the physical addiction to substances such as alcohol, heroin or barbiturates and psychological dependence on activities such gambling, sex, work, shopping and eating disorders.
Journal of Addictive Behaviours and Therapy is a broad scope peer reviewed journal that publishes manuscripts related to recent findings on addictive and compulsive behaviours, cognitive-behavioural therapy and psychotherapy. The journal focuses on emphasizing the socioeconomic, mental and physical factors which contribute to the development of addictive behaviours. The addictive behaviour may correspond to consumption of alcohol, eating disorders, smoking and nicotine use, drug abuse, internet addiction, gambling addiction etc.
Journal of Addictive Behaviours and Therapy encompasses the responsive factors for addiction to illegal drugs, alcohol, inhalants, prescription drugs, cigarettes, membership of cults, caffeine, chocolate and sugar, internet and TV, anorexia and bulimia, work. The journal also accepts articles on current trends and novel innovations in the therapeutic strategies for the treatment of addictive behavior such as cognitive behavioral therapy, rational behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, rational emotive behavior therapy, rational living therapy and dialectic behavior therapy.
Journal of Addictive Behaviours and Therapy will consider research articles, reviews, case studies, commentaries, short communications, and letters to the editor on various topics related to addiction research.
The journal uses the editorial manager system for the submission of manuscript as well as the process of article tracking during and after the process of peer review. Acceptance of the manuscripts depends upon the comments of two independent reviewers from the editorial committee.
Submit manuscript at http://www.editorialmanager.com/imedpubjournals/ or send as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at [email protected] [email protected] and [email protected].
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