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Call for Papers - Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology

Leo Sher, M.D.

Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology, an international scientific journal affiliated with the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry and the Lithuanian Society of Biological Psychiatry, invites authors to submit papers.

Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology focuses upon clinical and basic science contributions that advance our understanding of the brain and behavior. The journal publishes editorials, reviews, research reports, commentaries, case reports, conference reports, letters to the editor, and book reviews.

The journal is edited by:

Robertas Bunevicius (Editor-in-Chief)

Leo Sher (Field Editor, Clinical Psychiatry)

Jaanus Harro (Field Editor, Psychopharmacology)

Eduard Maron (Regional Editor, Estonia)

Elmars Rancans (Regional Editor, Latvia)

Dainius Puras (Regional Editor, Lithuania)

Wieslaw J. Cubala (Regional Editor, Poland)

The following types of articles will be accepted:

1. Editorials (mostly, opinion articles of general interest) should comprise not more than 1000 words not including references, not more than 15 references
2. Reviews should comprise not more 5000 words not including references, not more than 100 references
3. Research Reports should comprise not more than 3000 words not including references, not more than 50 references
4. Commentaries (mostly, short educational reviews or opinion articles on scientific issues) should comprise not more than 1500 words not including references, not more than 30 references
5. Case Reports should comprise not more than 1000 words not including references, not more than 10 references
6. Conference Reports should comprise not more than 1000 words
7. Letters to the Editor should comprise not more than 500 words not including references, not more than 5 references. Letters on any biomedical, behavioral, health policy, etc. topics are welcomed.
8. Book Reviews should comprise not more than 500 words.

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