Journal of Depression and Anxiety Disorders

 ISSN: 2643-5993

Journal of Depression and Anxiety Disorders

About Journal


Journal of Depression and Anxiety Disorders is an open access, peer reviewed journal that publishes comprehensive research in depression and anxiety that are two different medical conditions but they occur together most of the times. From time to time each individual face response towards stressful situations in the life and this anxiety due to stressful conditions trigger depression. This disorder appears mostly normal but when left untreated will lead depression have looked at patients with stroke or coronary artery disease.

All the published content with us are made available freely without any accessing barriers to use and re use when properly cited under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. The journal encourages sharing, promoting and contributing novel research, review articles, short reports, rapid communication, case series, case reports, clinical images, letter to editors describing the advancements in treating depression and anxiety.

This journal tries to pool up the recent medical advancements in this corner helping the readers gain more related insights in understanding and overcoming depression.


Editorial Board



Prof. Kathy Sanders Phillips

Professor and Director
Department of Pediatrics
Howard University College of Medicine
Washington
United States of America


Prof. Kabirullah Lutfy

Professor
Western University of Health Sciences
Pomona
United States of America
Tel: 909-469-5481


Dr. David Arnold Baron

Chair
Department of Psychiatry
Keck School of Medicine at USC
United States of America
Tel: 323-442-4000


Prof. Zuoxin Wang

Professor
Department of Psychology & Program in Neuroscience
Florida State University
United States of America
Tel: 850-644-5057


Dr. Matthew J Will

Associate Professor
Department of Psychological Sciences
University of Missouri
Columbia
United States of America


Prof. Jagdish Khubchandani

Associate Professor
Department of Physiology and Health Science
Ball State University
United States of America
Tel: 703-474-7623


Submit your manuscript to this journal through online or email us at editorialoffice@scholars.direct


Latest Articles

Research Article

Different Conceptualizations of Optimism/Pessimism and Their Relationship with Physical and Mental Health and Health-Related Behaviors

There are practically no studies on the relationship between defensive pessimism and health. The objectives are (i) To examine the relationship betwee... Read more

10.36959/362/472

Research Article

The Effect of Expressive Disclosure Writing on Self-Stigma, Depression, and Anxiety among Drug Users in a Governmental Hospital in Egypt: A Non-Randomized Controlled Trial

Worldwide, illicit drugs strike more than 5% of the 15-64 years old population. Egypt reports greater than the double of that rate, 12.6%. The spread ... Read more

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Research Article

Somatoform and Affective Disorders in Chronic Pain: Temporary Sequence and Associated Factors

Pain is a multidimensional experience encompassing both sensory and emotional elements. There are many factors involved in the etiopathogenesis, evolu... Read more

10.36959/362/470

Original Research

Emotion Regulation in High and Low Socially Anxious Individuals: An Experimental Study Investigating Emotional Mimicry, Emotion Recognition, and Self-Reported Emotion Regulation

Emotion recognition and emotional mimicry are both highly important for social interactions. The authors investigated in a subclinical sample if High ... Read more

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Research Article

Frontal EEG Asymmetry Differs between High and Low Trait Anxious Individuals as a Function of Lateralized Vibrotactile Stress

Anxiety is an aversive emotional state marked by hyperarousal and cognitive impairments. Studies using Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) have... Read more

10.36959/362/468

Research Article

Examining the Processes of Change Associated With Mindfulness-Based Meditation and Reductions in Trait Anxiety

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) programs have demonstrated efficacy in reducing trait anxiety; however, there is limited understanding of th... Read more

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