Access the DSM-5 Article Collection
To celebrate the highly anticipated release of the 5th Edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), Routledge Journals offers FREE ACCESS to a collection of over 40 mental health and counseling articles.
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Free Access to Articles on Culture
The Key Themes in Social Psychology article collection for November/December is on culture. The articles in this collection explore a number of issues including stereotypes, cultural identity, wellbeing, and the influence of culture on behavior.
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Free access to selected articles from Health Psychology Review
Health Psychology Review now has an Impact Factor of 6.750 (©2014 Thomson Reuters, 2013 Journal Citation Reports®) and is ranked 3/111 in the Clinical Psychology category. Read a selection of articles online until 31 December 2014.
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Children’s Mental Health Article Collection
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To make it as simple and enjoyable as possible for you to keep up-to-date with the latest open access publications, Routledge has collated all articles published on an open access basis. Uniting articles from Cognitive Psychology, Creative Arts, Mental Health, Neuroscience & Neuropsychology, Psychology and Psychotherapy & Counselling portfolios, these articles are all freely available to read online from publication.
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The first article collection in the Neurological Disorders series focusses on aphasia and language disorders. The articles cover a wide range of topics, including post-stroke aphasia, dyslexia, therapeutic techniques, mental health and aphasic patients, and diagnosis and testing methods.
The articles are free for you to read, download, and share online by clicking on the article titles until the 31st December 2014.
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WHO: Global Health Observatory: Mental Health
While more than 800,000 people die from suicide globally each year, the median amount of the health budget allocated to mental health in 2011 was 2.8%. In Afghanistan, six out of every 100,000 men committed suicide. In the United States, that number was 19. These and other data can be gleaned from the age-standardized suicide rates interactive graph on the World Health Organization’s Global Health Observatory website dedicated to issues of Mental Health. Additionally, the page provides links to reports on Policy and financing of mental health, Human resources (in terms of the number of psychiatrists available per 100,000 people in a given country), and Mental health care delivery.
[Source: Scout Report, Volume 20, Number 38, October 3, 2014]
Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy
Academic psychologists publish good, empirical research all the time. But unless you belong to a large university database, it’s almost impossible to access. The Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy, a peer-reviewed medical journal, seeks to address this problem by making research on mental health accessible to the general public on its free, open access website. Viewers can read the journal’s mission statement on the homepage before browsing Most Viewed Articles, Current Issue, Past Issues, and Special Issues. Keyword searches are easy and the results will offer related search suggestions based on journal name or even famous authors in the subject. The journal is available in both English and French.
[Source: Scout Report, Volume 20, Number 34, September 5, 2014]
The International Journal of Bipolar Disorders is a peer-reviewed, open access online journal publishing contributions from the broad range of clinical, psychological and biological research in bipolar disorders.
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Below are the five most read papers published in Psychology of Well-Being in 2013, the most popular of which has been downloaded nearly 1,400 times.
- Quality of life, emotion regulation, and heart rate variability in individuals with intellectual disabilities and concomitant impaired vision), by Adrian Meule, Katharina Fath, Ruben GL Real, Stefan Sütterlin, Claus Vögele, and Andrea Kübler
- The coaching ripple effect: The effects of developmental coaching on wellbeing across organisational networks, by Sean O’Connor and Michael Cavanagh
- Two simple, brief, naturalistic activities and their impact on positive affect: feeling grateful and eating ice cream, by Peter Alex Linley, Helen Dovey, Eveline de Bruin, Catherine Transler, Joy Wilkinson, John Maltby, and Robert Hurlin
- Further validation of the questionnaire for eudaimonic well-being (QEWB), by Lusilda Schutte, Marié P Wissing, and Itumeleng P Khumalo
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