New journal: Annals of African Medical Research 


The Annals of African Medical Research (AAMR) is a multidisciplinary medical journal published by the College of Medical Sciences, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi, Nigeria. AAMR is an open access, peer reviewed and international journal providing rich sources of high impact African medical research outputs and beyond. The journal welcomes high quality research works in Biomedicine, Medical and Allied Health Sciences, including Original Articles, Review Articles, Letters to the Editor, Case Notes, Field Notes, Pictures and Reports. The vision of AAMR is to redefine the global perception of Africa’s Medical Research through consistent and persistent publication of high quality research works and to create international medium for scholarly sharing of knowledge between Africa and the rest of the world. The mission of AAMR is to be the front runner, closing the gap in African medical research publication and the global scientific community. Inaugural issue will be available soon.

News from Research in Psychotherapy: Psychopathology, Process and Outcome

Recent articles

Navigating the complexity of the therapeutic and clinical use of photography in psychosocial settings: a review of the literature Emanuela Saita, Martina Tramontano

A proposed conceptualization of therapeutic competence: the three level model Christine Koddebusch, Christiane Hermann

Change during psychotherapy: the perspective of children and adolescents who have been sexually abused Claudia Capella, Carolina Gutiérrez, Loreto Rodríguez, Camila Gómez

Alexithymia and emotional processing: a longitudinal mixed methods research Ana Nunes da Silva, António Branco Vasco, Jeanne C. Watson

The effect of positive psychotherapy in test anxiety among Zahedan students with hemophilia Mahbobe Ghavidel Heydari, Mahmoud Shirazi, Gholam Reza Sanagouyemoharer

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