INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPY
AN OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPY
Aims & Scope
The International Journal of Neuropsychotherapy (IJNPT) is an open access, online journal that considers manuscripts on all aspects of integrative, biopsychosocial issues related to psychotherapy. IJNPT aims to explore the neurological or other biological underpinnings of mental states and disorders to advance the therapeutic practice of psychotherapy. The mission of the journal is to provide researchers, educators and clinicians with the best research from around the world to raise awareness of the neuropsychotherapy perspective to mental health interventions.
- Empirical Studies: Original research with solid practical and theoretical advances for neuropsychotherapy.
- Case Studies: Case studies highlighting neuropsychotherapy theory and methodology in clinical application.
- Articles: Theoretical articles using current research to advance theory, or a description of current theory (Theory). Methodological articles describing new approaches or changes to existing methods in neuropsychotherapy (Methodology), are welcome. Other articles include: Perspectives (brief accessible pieces covering a broad array of topics relevant to neuropsychotherapy); Applied NPT (brief accessible pieces describing the authors clinical application of neuropsychotherapy);
- Review Articles (Literature Reviews): Meta-analytical papers and other such review research critically evaluating previously published material directly related to Neuropsychotherapy.
- Letters & Research Notes: Short descriptions of important current research findings associated with, and important to, a biopsychosocial understanding of psychopathology and therapeutic interventions.
- A full statement to the editor, about all submissions and previous reports that might be regarded as redundant publication of the same or very similar work. Any such work should be referred to specifically and referenced in the new paper. Copies of such material should be included with the submitted paper to help us address the situation.
- A statement of financial or other relationships that might lead to a conflict of interest, if that information is not included in the manuscript itself.
- A statement that the manuscript has been read and approved by all the authors, and that each author believes that the manuscript represents honest work.
- The name, address, and telephone number of the corresponding author, who is responsible for communicating with the other authors about revisions and final approval of the proofs, if that information is not included in the manuscript itself.
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Video Abstracts & Introductions:
Volume 6 Content
Volume 5 Content
- Reviewing Misophonia and its Treatment – Christopher Pearson
- The S.A.F.E model and neuroscience: Working together in negotiation – Ellana Iverach, Pieter Rossouw
- Predictive 6 Factor Resilience Scale – Domains of Resilience and Their Role as Enablers of Job Satisfaction – Jurie G. Rossouw, Pieter J. Rossouw, Christine Paynter, Anne Ward, Peter Khnana
- Toddler Trauma: Somatic Experiencing®, Attachment and the Neurophysiology of Dyadic Completion – Joseph P Riordan, Abi Blakeslee, Peter A. Levine
Volume 4 Content
1. Internet-based Interactions and Psychological Wellness: Implications on Interpersonal Responses to Hypothetical Situations – Eloise O’Reilly & Pieter Rossouw
31. The Predictive 6-Factor Resilience Scale: Neurobiological Fundamentals and Organisational Application – Pieter Rossouw & Jurie Rossouw
47. A Quantum Field Theory of Neuropsychotherapy: Semantic Mind–Brain Maps and the Quantum Qualia of Consciousness – Ernest Lawrence Rossi and Kathryn Lane Rossi
Volume 3 Content
1. Editorial Statement – Pieter Rossouw
2. Memory Reconsolidation Understood and Misunderstood – Bruce Ecker
70. Russian Psychology and Neuropsychotherapy: Comparative Analysis – Maria I. Kostyanaya
89. The Development of Memory: Implications for Learning and Education – Pieter Rossouw
92. Social Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (SDHD): A Sibling of ADHD? – Sandy Laurens & Pieter Rossouw
101. Book Review – Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment
102. Mothers’ Expectations of Parenthood: The Impact of Prenatal Expectations on Self-Esteem, Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Post Birth – Kathryn Lazarus and Pieter Rossouw
124. Efficacy of Drawings as a Measure of Attachment Style and Emotional Disturbance: An Australian Children Investigation – Jasmin Singh & Pieter Rossouw
131. Neuropsychotherapy in continuing professional development: Is it really helpful in mental health professions? – Zhi Xiang On & Pieter Rossouw
139. Intergenerational trauma in remote Australia and Papua New Guinea: A neuropsychological perspective – Monika Knausenberger & Pieter Rossouw.
Volume 2 Content
1. Editorial Statement – Pieter Rossouw
2. A Four-Stage Hierarchical Model of Image Construction and Drawing Production: Evidence from Visual Hallucinations, Development and Pathologic Regression in Art. – Paul C. Vitz & Tatiana Kamorina
3. A Review of the Effectiveness of Computer-Based Interventions in Australia for Anxiety-Based Disorders and Reconceptualization of these Interventions from a Neuropsychotherapy Focus – Micah Bernoff & Pieter Rossouw
4. The Impact of Technology Use on Couple Relationships: A Neuropsychological Perspective – Pieter Rossouw & Christina Leggett
Volume 1 Content
1. Inaugural Editorial Statement – Pieter Rossouw
2. Defining Bullying: The Role of Neurobiological Markers – Pieter Rossouw
9. Epigenetics: The Dogma Defying Discovery That Genes Learn From Experience – Haley Peckham
21. The Therapeutic Alliance: Exploring the Concept of “Safety” From a Neuropsychotherapeutic Perspective – Kobie Allison & Pieter Rossouw
Single PDF of volume 1, issue 1.
31. Givers and Takers: Clinical Biopsychological Perspectives on Relationship Behavior Patterns – Robert A. Moss
47. Alexander Luria – life, research and contribution to neuroscience – Maria Ilmarovna Kostyanaya & Pieter Rossouw
56. A Clinical Biopsychological Theory of Loss-related Depression – Robert A. Moss