Recently Published Issues
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Recently Published Articles
Call for a ‘Live Third’: The Impact of Institutional and Psychiatric Racism on Adebayo’s Physical and Mental Health
The Tale of Two Schools: Investigating the Understanding of Mental Health by Students, Parents and Teachers in Rural and City Bangladesh
A Case Study Exploring Pre-Service Teachers’ Programming Difficulties and Strategies when Learning Programming Languages
How the Desensitization of Police Violence, Stereotyped Language, and Racial Bias Impact Black Communities
An Urgent Request for Evidence-Based Mental Health Intervention Research in Low-Income and Middle-Income Countries
A Review of Barriers to Treating Domestic Violence for Middle Eastern Women Living in the United States
Therapeutic Relationship of Telepsychiatry and Telebehavioral Health: Ideas from Research on Telepresence, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
Collaborative Intelligence: Optimizing Our Human-sized Digital Key Conversations for Transforming Organizations
A Prospective Examination of Acceptance at a CBT-based Interdisciplinary Chronic Pain Management Program
Relationship of Sustainable Behavior, World-Mindedness, National and Global Identities, Perceived Environmental Risk and Globalization Impact Among College Students in the United States
Epistemic Curiosity, Conceptual Ambiguity and Cognitive Conflict: Do these Implicate Students Exploratory Behavior?
Volunteers Motives in Relation to their Task Preference in Health Service Delivery: A Case of West Kenya
Psychological Pleasure in Reading and Visual Cognition Under Colour Luminance: A Psycholinguistic Approach
Blast-Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): A Treatable Condition?
Deprivation or Interest-Type Curiosity and Exploratory Behaviour in Humans: Are they Inherently Cognitive and Implicate Curiosity-Induced Teaching?
The Effect of Mobile Telephone Electromagnetic Field on Human Brain Bioelectric Activity and Information Processing Speed
Virtual Acute Stress Reaction in a Treatment Team Following a Family Meeting of “Potentates”: Measures of Prevention
A Randomized Controlled Study on the Effects of a Documentary on Students’ Empathy and Attitudes towards Older Adults
Quality of Life (QoL) and Depression Among Children With End Stage Renal Disease Attending Hemodialysis Units in Gaza Strip
Binary and Ternary Analogy by Children: Testing the Role of Insufficiently Developed Working Memory Capacity (WMC) Executive Functions
Development and Testing a Volunteer Screening Tool for Assessing Community Health Volunteersʼ Motives at Recruitment and Placement in Western, Kenya
Relationship between Trauma due to Winter Storm Alexa, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Other Mental Health Problems of Palestinian Children in Gaza Strip
Evolutionary Roots of the Sex Difference in the Prevalence of Severe Anti-social Behavior: A Literature Review
Some Influences on Perception and Justification of Aggression in Themselves and in their Social Environment
Evidence-Based Social Work Interventions to Improve Client Attendance in Rural Mental Health: An Overview of Literature
An Integrated Model of Emotions, Attitudes, and Intentions Associated with Undergoing Autism Genetic Testing
Advancing Science, Clinical Care and Education: Shall we Update Engel’s Biopsychosocial Model to a Bio-Psycho-Socio-Cultural Model?
Practical Suggestions for Preventing Conflicts through a Better Understanding of Culture and Differences: Tips, Anecdotes, and the Impact of Public Events
About the Journal
Psychology and cognitive sciences have emerged vastly in the last two decades and more importantly in the 21stcentury. It is a study of mind and intelligence including memory, emotions, perception, attention, conceptual development, decision making and reasoning.
Psychology and Cognitive Sciences – Open Journal (PCSOJ) deals with the study of psychology and behavioral sciences, philosophy, neuroscience, mathematics, computer science, health informatics, medicine and linguistics.
Openventio aims at the widespread propagation of matters related to encompass cognitive functions, human language, mind evolution, artificial intelligence and many more through its open journal to the scientific community for its welfare and control.
Aims and Scope
Psychology and Cognitive Sciences – Open Journal (PCSOJ) is dedicated to the open dissemination and robust discussion on the latest trends of Cognitive Sciences and Psychology.
PCSOJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below:
- Attention, cognition and memory
- Behavioral science and neuroscience
- Cognitive psychology
- Development and abnormal psychology
- Educational, health and medical psychology and psychiatry
- Interpersonal neurobiology
- Neuroscience and neuropathology
- Anxiety and stress
- Behavioral and chemical addiction
- Biostatistics and epidemiology
- Creativity, problem-solving and reasoning
- Evidence-based psychotherapy, psychodynamic therapy and psychoanalysis
- Health informatics, telehealth and technology
- Implementation science
- Population and public health
Articles that have an impact on cognitive sciences, psychological concepts and computational intelligences will be accepted towards this journal.
The audience of PCSOJ are psychologists, anthropologists, philosophers, neuroscientists, education researchers, linguists and computer scientists.
The journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research, review, case report, mini review, editorial, short communication, book review, opinion, commentary, letter to the editor, conference proceedings, technical report, errata, illustrations etc.
We are open to receive comments and corrections from to improve the quality of journal