The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease publishes peer-reviewed articles containing new data or ways of reorganizing established knowledge relevant to understanding and modifying human behavior, especially that defined as impaired or diseased, and the context, applications and effects of that knowledge. Our policy is summarized by the slogan, “Behavioral science for clinical practice.” We consider articles that include at least one behavioral variable, clear definition of study populations, and replicable research designs. Authors should use the active voice and first person whenever possible. Preference is given to research reports of no more than 27 double-spaced pages, standard font size with 24 lines per page or less, including abstract, text, references, tables and figures. Brief reports (12 double-spaced pages) are considered if they have heuristic value. Books to be considered for review should be sent to the editorial office. Selected book reviews are invited the editor.
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