This collection covers such subjects as behavioral addictions, psychedelic medicine, adult learning, anthropology, human behavioral ecology and education
This collection contains articles from the following journals:
is an Open Access, Online Only journal. For details please see the Instructions for Authors below. Former title: Journal of Evolutionary Psychology.
Evolution, Mind and Behaviour publishes manuscripts which focus upon the application of evolutionary theory to the human behavioural sciences. The journal publishes both empirical and theoretical manuscripts from scholars across a range of disciplines including psychology, anthropology, and human behavioural ecology
The aim of the journal is to create a forum for the scientific information exchange with regard to behavioral addictions. The journal is a broad focused interdisciplinary one that publishes manuscripts on different approaches of non-substance addictions, research reports focusing on the addictive patterns of various behaviors, especially disorders of the impulsive-compulsive spectrum, and also publishes reviews in these topics. Coverage ranges from genetic and neurobiological research through psychological and clinical psychiatric approaches to epidemiological, sociological and anthropological aspects.
The Journal of Behavioral Addictions declares its support for and follows the ethical principles enshrined in the Farmington Consensus.
The Journal of Behavioral Addictions is full member of the International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE).
The Journal of Behavioral Addictions is a fully open access journal. Readers can read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full texts of articles, or use them for any other non-commercial lawful purpose. Articles are distributed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Licenses.
The journal seeks to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of information about psychedelic substances and the biological, neurochemical and psychological changes they facilitate, as well as their social implications. The broad scope of the journal includes different approaches to the pharmacological modification of consciousness, as well as research reports on psychedelic experiences; it also examines the therapeutic potential of these substances, as well as their cultural implications. The journal accepts case reports, case series, original research, meta-analyses, reviews of the literature, and book reviews of topics ranging from psychopharmacology, neurobiology and psychology to philosophy, sociology and anthropology. The journal's philosophy is grounded in biology and psychology, but it is also open to considerations of spirituality and religion.
Sleep Spindles & Cortical Up States (SSCUS) is an open-access, peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal publishing research on all aspects of sleep spindles and/or cortical as well as thalamic up/down states. We are committed to thorough, single blind review of the manuscripts by two reviewers. In order to ensure rapid publication, the first review of the manuscripts is ensured within 4 weeks after submission. Methodologically sound papers on specific research devoted to sleep spindles and/or thalamocortical up/down states, including reports on both novel findings/ideas and complementary tests of existing results are welcome.
We are dedicated to promoting methodologically solid science and eliminating publication bias. Therefore, in our editorial decisions the methodological quality of your research takes precedence over how strong or novel your results are. In line with this editorial philosophy, our journal welcomes non-significant results and replication attempts, as long as research was conducted with convincing statistical power and sound methodology.
This journal strives to be inclusive in scope by understanding and interpreting adult learning and knowledge construction at the intersection of theory and practice, including formal, non-formal and informal learning contexts. It publishes empirical and theoretical papers that promote a problem-oriented, and/or a critical approach to research and scholarship, going beyond description of practice.
Educatio is an interdisciplinary review covering the social aspects of education. It is a quarterly scientific journal with a readership of schoolteachers, education researchers and specialists, and academic staff at university and college level. It offers assistance in higher education, doctorate programmes, and other fields of instruction. Its individual approach consists of appearing as thematic numbers, whose concepts are developed at regular meetings of its editorial committee.
The thematic studies on a scientific level are augmented by shorter, associated information articles labelled Round Table, the Research Process (empirical studies), and Review (critical bibliography).
|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Evolutionary Biology, Medicine, Psychology, Educational research & Statistics, Social & Behavioral Sciences|
|Keywords:||competitiveness, selection, mating, sex, rivalry, non-substance addictions, behavioral addictions, psychedelic substances, psychedelic experiences, adult learning|