Advance Online Publication
Wilson's disease: a cognitive neuropsychological perspective
Doyel Ghosh, Pritha Mukhopadhyay, Prasanta Kumar Roy, Atanu Biswas
Present day adolescents: why they are, the way they are
Shailendra Kumar Talukdar, Rupa Gohain
Power of saying “pause” to life
A study to assess sexual dysfunction in patients with major depressive disorder
Riddhish K Maru, Bindoo S Jadhav, Bharat R Shah, Hemangee S Dhavale
A study to assess the quality of life of undergraduate medical students
Saurav Biswas, Rajshekhar Bipeta, Umashankar Molangur, Lakshman Rao Reshaboyina
Anger expression as a predictor of mental health among school students of Kashmir valley
Mudassir Hassan, Waheeda Khan, Bisma Bhat
A study of sleep quality and its correlates in end-stage renal disease patients on haemodialysis
Shiva Kumar BK, Sagar R
Othello syndrome in extramarital involvement and dilemma of psychiatrist
Dushad Ram, Rajesh Raman, Basavana Gowdappa
An exploratory study from eastern India on neurological soft signs and spontaneous movement disorders in schizophrenia spectrum disorders
Shyamanta Das, Samrat Singh Bhandari, Simanta Talukdar, Arunima Dutta, Nabanita Barman, Dipesh Bhagabati
Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®), formerly Dysphrenia is edited by Shyamanta Das and published by Academy Publisher in collaboration with Society for Mental Health in LAMIC (SoMHiL) on behalf of Academia Dysphrenia.
In this fortnight’s Mind Matters column, titled “Mass psychogenic illness” of Horizon, the supplement with The Assam Tribune, Shyamanta Das, the Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®) discusses the research article, “Mass psychogenic illness among school children: a descriptive study of demographic and clinical variables” by Prosenjit Ghosh, that is published in the current issue (July-December 2018, Volume 9 Issue 2) of OJPAS®.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.