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Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry

Online ISSN: 2515-9828

Jing Xiao (Editor-in-Chief)

Capital Normal University

Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry is a quarterly, open access journal with a comprehensive peer review policy, and a rapid publication process.

The Psychology and Psychiatry journal publishes research articles as full-length research papers and short reports. In addition, the journal publishes editorials and review articles in innovative formats that target a broad and non-specialized audience.

JPP will accept articles from the following topics but not limited to: psychology, psychiatry, autism, mental health, Addiction, psychotherapy, emotional disorders, psychiatric diagnoses, personality disorders, psychoanalysis, neuroimages, fear and anxiety, sadness and depression, mood disorders and etc.

JPP welcomes direct submissions from authors: Attach your paper in word file including cover letter with e-mail and send it to submissions@oatext.com alternately to editor.jpp@oatext.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by JPP, is properly cited.

Jing Xiao


As a professor of applied psychology in Capital Normal University, my job is focus on the construction of psychological assisting system in primary and middle schools, specialized in systematic construction of parental education, including parent-child relationship, adolescents’ mental health, and mechanism of adolescents’ emotional problems. I was also in charge of or participated in Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Funding Program, Canada Institute of Health Research Funding Program, National Natural Science Foundation of China, and National Key Technology Research and Development Program of the Ministry of Science and  Technology of China. Among the international cooperation, my team revealed the key code of the mechanism of adolescent emotional problems. In addition, we were the first to proposed the “Weakest Link” principle in Chinese adolescents’ population, which was supported by the funding of National Natural Science, the results and achievements were also published on Scientific Report, serial periodical of international journal Nature and several other prestigious journals. We also held lectures around this topic for several primary and elementary schools in China which gained a favorable reputation from parents and teachers.

I’ve done a lot research and gained a lot of experience in the aspects of assessment, early warning and intervention programs in adolescents’ psychological and behavior problems. Since 2005, my team keep focusing on cognitive vulnerability to depression by using hierarchical linear model and adopting the technology of functional magnetic resonance and diffusion tensor imaging. Until now, we have gained abundant research experience and knowledge on this area. Recent three years, as the first author or corresponding author.

Due to my early years’ experience in EAP training, as a psychological consultant, I am also served for more than ten FORTUNE 500 companies, provided professional psychological consult and training services. The companies including Standard Charter Bank, China Construction Bank, Industry and Commercial Bank of China, China International Capital Corporation, Deutsche Bank, China Mobile, China Petroleum, Shell, ConocoPhillips, GE, IBM, Huawei, Bayer, Nokia, Siemens and etc.

As my current research focus on adolescents’ psychological and behavioral problems, I am also served as a psychological consultant in several middle and high schools in Beijing. Until now, I’ve held more than 200 lectures about parent-child relationship, adolescents’ psychological and behavioral problems in BNU affiliated Experimental Middle School, CNU affiliated High school, CuiWei elementary school, CNU affiliated Pingguoyuan middle school, OTC middle school, No. 80 middle school, 21st century international school, BAUU affiliated Middle School and etc.

Editorial Board


Shahrzad Bazargan-Hejazi

Professor
Department of Psychiatry
Charles Drew University
USA

Marco Weiergräber

Professor
Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices
Germany

Mitsuhiro Nakamura

Yamazumi Hospital
Yamanashi
Japan


Kimberly S. Bray

Professor and Director
University of Missouri
USA

Ming Xiao

Professor
Department of Pharmacology
China

Saul Neves de Jesus

Full Professor of Psychology at the University of Algarve
portugal


Rui Manuel Carreteiro

Professor
National Institute of Psychology and Neurosciences
Portugal

Li Ping

Associate professor
Department of Psychiatry
Qiqihar Medical University
China

Dr Shaun Neil Halovic

Westmead Hospital
Australia


Kebin Zeng

Professor<
Department of Neurology
First Hospital of Chongqing Medical University
China

Eberval G. Figueiredo

Associate Professor of Neurosurgery
University of Sao Paulo
Brazil

Cheng-Ta Li

Associate Professor
School of Medicine
National Yang-Ming University
Taiwan


Bechor Zvi Aminoff

Professor
The Minerva Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of End-of-Life
Tel Aviv University
Israel

Giuseppe Messina

Professor
Department of Psychology and Educational Science
University of Palermo
Italy

Alexander Birbrair

Professor
Department of Pathology
Federal University of Minas Gerais
Brazil


Esra Dogru Huzmeli

Assistant Professor
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
Mustafa Kemal University
Turkey

Nilgun Ulutasdemir

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
Eurasia University
Turkey

Roberto Maniglio

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology Mercatorum University Rome
Italy

In Press

Volume 2, Issue 3


Inaccurately measured poorer cognition as a result of an auditory deficit

Vasiliki (Vivian) Iliadou Nikolaos Moschopoulos Christos SidirasAikaterini Eleftheriadou

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

October 30, 2018


Current Issue

Volume 2, Issue 2


Evolution of EEG findings in children with autism spectrum disorder: A tertiary care centre's clinical experience

Drew M Thodeson Delaney Dowd Sailaja Golla Patricia Evans Rong Huang Deepa Sirsi

Review Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

July 05, 2018


Biparieto-occipital variant of Alzheimer's Dementia: visual and praxis deficits

Keneilwe Malomo Ontefetse Ntlholang

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

July 30, 2018


Why do we foster and grant wrong innovative scientific methods? The Neuroscientific Challenge

Jordi Vallverdu

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

August 07, 2018


Sensory intermodal resonance: towards a Neuroaesthetics of architecture

Georg Franck

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

September 28, 2018


The role of subjectively perceived musicality on emotion modulation in mental disorders

Stefan Gebhardt Richard von Georgi

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

September 28, 2018


Archive


Volume 2

Evolution of EEG findings in children with autism spectrum disorder: A tertiary care centre's clinical experience

Drew M Thodeson Delaney Dowd Sailaja Golla Patricia Evans Rong Huang Deepa Sirsi

Review Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

July 05, 2018


Biparieto-occipital variant of Alzheimer's Dementia: visual and praxis deficits

Keneilwe Malomo Ontefetse Ntlholang

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

July 30, 2018


Why do we foster and grant wrong innovative scientific methods? The Neuroscientific Challenge

Jordi Vallverdu

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

August 07, 2018


Sensory intermodal resonance: towards a Neuroaesthetics of architecture

Georg Franck

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

September 28, 2018


The role of subjectively perceived musicality on emotion modulation in mental disorders

Stefan Gebhardt Richard von Georgi

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

September 28, 2018


Racial implications of the narcissistic personality inventory reinterpreting popular depictions of narcissism trends

Mike A. Males

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

January 15, 2018


Designing programs and educational opportunities to aid pediatricians in treating children with mental illness in an outpatient academic pediatric setting

Lidija Petrovic-Dovat Cheston M. Berlin Pevitr S. Bansal Benjamin N. Fogel

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

March 09, 2018


Burnout among Health Professionals in the IDF

I Oz L Shelef N Yavnai D Todder O Sarid

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

March 16, 2018


Functional neurological disorder as a modern paradigm of hysteria: A clinical case

Diana Galletta Francesca Di Costanzo Fausta Micanti

Case Report Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

April 13, 2018


Volume 1

All you can eat Buffets, obesity, mindfulness, and mindful eating: an exploratory investigation

Zeeshan Ali Kai Wong Helen Egan Amy Cook Michael Mantzios

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

May 25, 2017


Hepatitis B and C in Taiwanese patients with Schizophrenia: A Nationwide, Population-based study on prevalence, and healthcare utilization

Michael Yao-Hsien Wang Chao-Hsiun Tang Shih-Jen Tsai Chun-Jen Liu Chi-Shin Wu

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

May 26, 2017


Sport and exercise therapy for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD): Five guiding principles

Matthias Weigelt Andre Berwinkel

Research Article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

November 17, 2017


Borderline personality disorder in children and adolescents: discriminant validity in relation to major depressive disorder

Khrista Boylan Lisa Dyce Valbona Semovski

Research article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

December 30, 2017


Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): A call on mental health treatment professionals to become informed

Jerrod Brown Diane Harr Stephen Morgan Stefanie Varga Amanda Fenrich

Review article-Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (JPP)

December 30, 2017


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