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Research and Advances in Psychiatry

Official journal of Young Psychiatrists Section - Italian Society of Psychiatry

Research and Advances in Psychiatry (RAP) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, open access Journal that publishes original research articles, clinical studies, review articles, brief and case reports. It is dedicated to innovative and timely studies of four important areas of research:
(1) Clinical studies of all disciplines relating to psychiatric illness and normal human behaviour, with a specific interest in Psychopharmacology and Neuroimaging applied to psychiatric disorders, including biochemical, physiological, and genetic factors;
(2) Addiction Psychiatry, including alcohol use disorders, traditional and new psychoactive substances, behavioural addictions;
(3) Descriptive psychopathology and phenomenology, including environmental, social, anthropological and epidemiological factors;
(4) Psychotherapy and rehabilitation, including neuropsychoanalysis, psychotraumatology, and the use of virtual reality.

Research and Advances in Psychiatry encourages the submissions of young scientists by offering them dedicated free of charge & fast-track submissions.



Mental Health and Resilience in Physicians and Practitioners

Vol. 5 (No. 2) 2018 May - August

  1. Change in personality over time according to the Drug-of-Choice: a longitudinal study in a community-based treatment program for drug abusers
    Nivoli A.A.M., Antonioli M., Ricci G., Floris L., Porcu P., Lorettu L.
  2. The interaction between skin and mind: the case of body dysmorphic disorder
    Al-Sarraf A., Khatib Y., Corazza O.
  3. Substance use and psychiatric consequences: a case series
    Montemitro C., Sarchione F., Corbo M., Santacroce R., Catalano G., Baroni G., Pasquini A., Piro L., D'Arpa A., Di Giannantonio M., Martinotti G., Schifano F., Giorgetti R., Gordillo M.J., del Villar C.M.
  4. Post-traumatic stress and substance misuse; neurobiological and clinical pharmacological correlates
    Schifano F., Duccio Papanti G., Corkery J.M., Orsolini L.
  5. The delusional experience in cocaine-induce psychosis: a case report
    Ferro F.M., Martinotti G., de Falco A., De Risio L.

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  1. Supplement on Novel Psychoactive Substances to “Research and Advances in Psychiatry”
  2. Hikikomori: clinical and psychopathological issues
    Sarchione F., Santacroce R., Acciavatti T., Cinosi E., Lupi M., Di Giannantonio M.
  3. May second generation long-acting injectable antipsychotics be prescribed as a first-line treatment of first episode in patients with schizophrenia? An overview
    De Berardis D., Serroni N., Olivieri L., Gianfelice D., Iasevoli F., Tomasetti C., de Batolomeis A., Mazza M., Valchera A., Fornaro M., Di Fabio F., Cavedini P., Perna G., Piersanti M., Di Nicola M., Odorisio M., Carano A., Vellante F., Matarazzo I., Di Giannantonio M.
  4. Low-dosage Metadoxine for the treatment of alcohol craving: an open study
    Montemitro C., Baroni G., Di Nicola M., Guglielmo R., Frustaci A., Martinotti G., Janiri L.
  5. Depressive symptoms in adolescence: the role of gender and personality traits
    Sepede G., Farano M., Santacroce R., Santoro R., Marini S., Mangifesta R., Ballone E., Martinotti G., Gambi F., Di Giannantonio M., Salerno R.M.
  6. Mood disorders, sleep and circadian rhythms
    Srinivasan V., De Berardis D., Fornaro M., López-Muñoz F., Partonen T., Zakaria R.
  7. Internet Addiction: a qualitative overview
    Perera A., Sanju G., Bowden-Jones H.
  8. Psychophysiological responses to visual erotic stimulation in patients with psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction
    Cera N., Di Pierro E., Tartaro A., Perrucci M.G.
  9. “The Metropolis and Mental Life”: from Georg Simmel’s philosophy to social and phenomenological theories about psychosis origins
    Di Iorio G., Corbo M., Santacroce R., Martinotti G.
  10. Understanding and managing Gambling Disorder: an overview of recent evidence and current practices
    Alexandris A., Smith N., Bowden-Jones H.
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