Journal of Psychology and Brain Studies Journal of Psychology and Brain Studies publishes articles based on original research on cognitive, behavioral and brain development aspects of human beings.
The journal offers peer-reviewed articles subject areas including perception, cognition, attention, emotion, intelligence, phenomenology, motivation, brain functioning, psychological resilience, family resilience, and natural on open access mode.
Its editorial mission is to focus on prevention and cure of psychological and behavioral disorders occurred due to genetic, social, medical and other reasons. The Journal particularly welcomes contributions from the specialists in the field of psychology, neurology and development studies.
The journal aims to promote scientific inquiry by publishing the constantly emerging original research of the highest standard in the field of Psychology and Brain Studies.
Author(s): Steliana Rizeanu
In the context of the most recent survey conducted by the market research company GfK Romania on the incidence of problem gaming in Romania, this paper aims at revealing the importance of the p ... Read More
Author(s): Michael Trimmel, Christoph Goger, Ulrike Spitzer, Thomas Geiss-Granadia
Context: The Mozart effect describes that after listening to Mozart’s sonata K. 448 spatial reasoning was superior. Up to now there is puzzling evidence on the validity of this effect and contro ... Read More
Author(s): Richard L. Lamb, Brian Hand and Sae Yeol Yoon
Context: The current nature of educational research in the discipline of science limits the application of outcomes that can be reached in terms of empirical evidence that supports emerging theory. O ... Read More
Author(s): Isabel Cristina Jornalo Freire Pinto
Context: Stress is a phenomenon inherent to life and it becomes inevitable, particularly in a professional context, having consequences on life quality. This is a disorder that affecting several ... Read More
Author(s): Bjørn Grinde
Context: The present diagnostic manuals for mental disorders (DSM-5 and ICD- 10) rely primarily on traditional descriptive phenomenology; the use of objective, biological criteria (such as neuro ... Read More
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