The journal welcomes research in all areas relevant to the disorders at the level of their underlying mechanisms, and especially encourages studies that examine developmental trajectories, individual differences, predictors of risk or treatment outcome, and pathophysiological mechanisms. Many experimental approaches are encouraged, from neuroimaging and molecular genetics studies, to psychophysiology, animal models, and pharmacology.
The soon to be launched journal is jointly overseen by co-Editors-in-Chief Ahmad Hariri (Duke University, USA) and Lisa Shin (Tufts University, USA), who are supported by an impressive Editorial Board of international renown.
To help make this new journal a success, consider submitting your next research article for publication. For more information on Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders, please visit the journal website or contact the Editorial Office. To be kept informed of the latest journal developments, why not register for updates or sign up for article alerts, and of course, don’t forget to tell your colleagues and friends about it!
We hope that Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders will become a key publication in its field. You are warmly invited to join us in making this vision a reality!
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