Acta Psychopathologica (ISSN: 2469-6676) is a peer-reviewed and an open access journal that makes significant contributions to major areas of psychology. This journal helps psychotherapists who are facing complexities and controversies along with the cutting edge aspects of Psychopathological Dysfunctions and Psychiatric Diagnosis.
Acta Psychopathologica focus on topics related to Psychopathology of Depression, Adult Psychopathology, Child Psychopathology, Hypnosis Psychology, Criminal Psychopathology, Clinical Psychopathology, Developmental Psychopathology, Bipolar Disorder Psychopathology, Pyromania, Psychogenic Tremor, Neuropsychiatry, Paranoid Personality Disorder, Akathisia, Multiple Personality Disorder, Psychopathological Disorder, Psychopathology of Anorexia Nervosa.
The aim of this Journal is to produce high quality articles on related aspects of psychology and psychopathology which can improve outcomes for persons suffering from mental health problems and moreover mitigate the conditions related to psychology globally.
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