Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research
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Edited By: Robert J. Gatchel, Ph.D., ABPP
Online ISSN: 1751-9861
Preference is given to manuscripts reporting laboratory, field, and cohort-based research in areas such as health, discrimination, population growth, crowding, accelerated cultural change, violence, poverty, environmental stress, cross-cultural differences, health communication, prevention, socioeconomics, social aspects of drug action and use, organizational and industrial health, behavioral medicine, and environmental psychology. Of particular interest, and the focus of a special section of the journal, are studies relevant to the causes, consequences, and management of cancer and other serious chronic diseases. Laboratory and field research are acceptable and appropriate although preference will be given to translational research or research with potential application. Suggestions for application of research findings should be included. Theoretical and review papers are acceptable in limited numbers. Papers of theoretical scope should, whenever possible, include discuss of translational issues. Reviews of pertinent literature should be made with applicability in mind.
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