The British Journal of Medical Psychology, 第 5 卷
The British Journal of Medical Psychology is an international journal with a traditional orientation towards psychodynamic issues. While maintaining a broad theoretical base and insisting upon sound and sensible methodology, its objective is to avoid the more simplistic approaches to psychological science. The Journal aims to bring together the medical and psychological disciplines. Collaborative studies between psychiatrists and psychologists are especially encouraged. Original theoretical and research contributions are invited from the fields of psychodynamic and interpersonal psychology, particularly as they have a bearing upon vulnerability to, adjustment to and recovery from both medical and psychological disorders. The Journal aims to promote theoretical and research developments in the fields of subjective psychological states and dispositions, interpersonal attitudes, behaviour and relationships only if they illustrate unusual forms of psychopathology or innovative forms of therapy which carry important theoretical implications.
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