Global Scientific Research Journal of Addiction & Therapy


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Global Scientific Research Journal of Addiction & Therapy is focused on neuroscience contributions and it aims to advance our understanding of the mechanism of action of drugs with addictive potential. Papers are accepted from both animal experimentation and clinical research. The content is geared towards behavioral, molecular, genetic, biochemical, neuro-biological and pharmacology aspects of these fields.

GSR Journal of Addiction & Therapy supports the scientific innovation and advancement in Anthropology, Economics, Epidemiology, Medicine, Sociology, Psychology research community by increasing access to peer-reviewed scientific literature. Global Scientific Research Journals also brings multiple internationally peer-reviewed, Open Access journals under one roof thereby encouraging knowledge sharing, collaboration, and promotion of interdisciplinary science.

This Open Access Journal offers an important forum for the diverse team of treatment providers, clinicians, educators, and researchers that serve addictions groups. The journal presents up-to-date clinical, research, and training articles involving a broad range of addictions and compulsive behaviors.

The scope of the journal includes but not limited to the following areas:

  1. Addiction & Mental Health
  2. Clinical Psychology
  3. Molecular Neuropsychiatry
  4. Behavioral Pharmacology
  5. Tobacco Addiction
  6. Psychiatric Disorders
  7. Behavioral Neuroscience
  8. Synthetic Cathinone Abuse
  9. Alcoholism
  10. Drug Addiction
  11. Emergency Psychiatry
  12. Neurobiology & Neurobehavioral of Addictive Disorders
  13. Narcotic Analgesics
  1. Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
  2. Pharmacotherapy
  3. Alcohol and Addiction Studies
  4. Psychiatric Genetics
  5. Nicotine Addiction
  6. Social Psychology and Health
  7. Addiction Epidemiology
  8. Substance and Behavioral Addictions
  9. Neuro Imaging
  10. Addiction Medicine
  11. Stimulants & Depressants
  12. Hallucinogens
  13. Cannabis

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