Clinical Psychiatry (eISSN: 2471-9854) accepts research work on all related disciplines of Psychiatry such as Cognition, Neurological aspects with behavioral changes, Molecular analysis of neurological events, Psychotherapy, Forensic psychiatry, Social issues associated with psychiatry, Stress and stress management, Psychotrauma, Complex behavioral aspects of child and adults, understanding addiction and related perspectives, Geriatric psychiatry, Trauma and allied mental conditions. The Journal has a wide inclusion of nervous system science subjects including basic and utilitarian nervous system science; conduct nervous system science; mind damage and cerebrum infections; neural improvement and recovery just as transplantation based treatment draws near.
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