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 Welcome to TEXTRUM
TEXTRUM is dedicated to providing quality, affordable and timely journals to academics, scientists, practitioners and professionals.

The demand for scientific and professional knowledge is expanding at a rate which demands faster publication times, cheaper access to articles, and easier access routes to publication for authors. TEXTRUM offers a contemporary route to achieving these goals.

Unlike traditional publishers, TEXTRUM makes journal publishing achievable for all, from individual academics, scientists, and professionals to the largest learned societies and organizations and provides a significantly cheaper product for readers and customers.

Our in-house developed submission, editing and publishing systems overcome the constraints of traditional publishers, resulting in minimum delays between manuscript acceptance and publication, whilst providing cheaper subscriptions for our customers. Our dedication to quality ensures that publications contain relevant and up-to-date peer reviewed research, knowledge and tools.

TEXTRUM demands the highest quality and integrity standards for its e-journals. Our desire is to publish journals to the highest scientific and ethical standards based on the Council of Science Editors (CSE) White Paper promoting integrity in scientific journal publications.

 Subscriptions
TEXTRUM provides highly competitive subscription rates for: Individuals; Academic institutions; Learned societies and not-for-profit organizations; Corporate and for-profit organizations.

Subscribers can either subscribe to a journal or a collection of journals for a specified annual fee, or download individual articles for a per download fee.

Journal access to institutional bodies such as libraries is made through an IP authentication process contractually agreed by both parties.

 TEXTRUM Journals

Journal of Experimental Psychopathology (http://jep.textrum.com)
Editors Graham C.L. Davey (University of Sussex, UK) & Andy P. Field (University of Sussex, UK)

The Journal of Experimental Psychopathology is an e-journal created to publish cutting-edge original contributions to scientific knowledge in the general area of psychopathology. Although there will be an emphasis on publishing research which has adopted an experimental approach to describing and understanding psychopathology, the journal will also welcome submissions that make significant contributions to knowledge using other empirical methods such as correlational designs, meta-analyses, epidemiological and prospective approaches, and single-case experiments. Theoretical and review articles addressing significant issues in the description, aetiology, and treatment of psychopathologies are also welcome.

Articles contributing to knowledge of most areas of psychopathology will be considered for publication, including anxiety-based problems, depression and mood disorders, schizophrenia and psychotic symptoms, substance abuse and dependency, eating disorders, sexual and gender identity problems, personality disorders, somatoform disorders, dissociative experiences, neurological disorders, childhood psychological problems, and learning, intellectual and developmental disabilities. Participants in published studies may include individuals with diagnosed mental health problems, non-clinical human populations, human analogue populations, or nonhuman animals. In the traditional spirit of experimental psychopathology, submissions from studies on non-clinical populations that make a contribution to understanding the aetiology of psychopathology will be especially welcomed. While the journal's focus is primarily on the psychological and cognitive processes associated with psychopathology, contributions studying the biological substrates of psychopathology will also be considered.


Psychopathology Review (http://pr.textrum.com)
Editors Graham C.L. Davey (University of Sussex, UK) & Andy P. Field (University of Sussex, UK)

Psychopathology Review> is an e-journal created to publish cutting-edge reviews and theoretical articles relevant to psychopathology, clinical psychology and psychiatry. Published papers can include systematic reviews, literature reviews, meta-analyses and theoretical articles that supplement or challenge existing theoretical views of psychopathology or clinical phenomena.
Contributions will be welcomed from the fields of experimental psychopathology, psychotherapy, psychiatry, clinical neuroscience, and any other areas of psychology and neuroscience where the content makes a significant contribution to understanding the aetiology or treatment of psychopathology phenomena. Reports on individual research studies are not appropriate, but instead should be submitted to Psychopathology Review. Articles contributing to knowledge in most areas of psychopathology will be considered for publication, including anxiety-based problems, depression and mood disorders, schizophrenia and psychotic symptoms, substance abuse and dependency, eating disorders, sexual and gender identity problems, personality disorders, somatoform disorders, dissociative experiences, neurological disorders, childhood and adolescent psychological problems, and learning, intellectual and developmental disabilities.








    

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