Portfolio by the numbers
Our Behavioral Health portfolio offers Journals and Books covering all aspects of research and practice into the psycho-social, behavioral and biomedical aspects of health, as well as into interrelated subjects such as substance abuse, addiction and behavioural psychology.
With leading journals and books such as Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine and Entering the Behavioral Health Field, our Behavioral Health portfolio strives to bridge the gap between theory and practice among practitioners, students and professionals.
Psychology, Health & Medicine is a multidisciplinary journal highlighting human factors in health. The journal provides a peer reviewed forum to report on issues of psychology and health in practice. This key publication reaches an international audience, highlighting the variation and similarities within different settings and exploring multiple health and illness issues from theoretical, practical and management perspectives. It provides a critical forum to examine the wide range of applied health and illness issues and how they incorporate psychological knowledge, understanding, theory and intervention.
Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine: an Open Access Journal (HPBM) publishes theoretical and empirical contributions on all aspects of research and practice into psychosocial, behavioral and biomedical aspects of health. HPBM publishes international, interdisciplinary research with diverse methodological approaches.
Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health and Behavior is an international, interdisciplinary journal that addresses the symptom of fatigue in medical illnesses, behavioral disorders, and specific environmental conditions. These broadly conceived domains, all housed in one journal, are intended to advance research on causation, pathophysiology, assessment, and treatment. The content that we seek includes original research papers, literature reviews, meta-analyses, data-based theoretical papers, short reports, qualitative studies, innovative case studies, conference reports, expert interactive commentary, and letters to the editor.
First publishe din 1992: Find out by reading Behavior and Immunity, a new volume that consists of papers presented at the Scientific Meeting of the Australian Behavioral Immunology Group (ABIG) held in November, 1990, at the University of Newcastle, Australia. The ABIG was established in response to the need to provide a forum for the presentation of data and exchange of ideas regarding the concept of brain, behavior, and immunity.
Promoting Behavioral Health and Reducing Risk Among College Students synthesizes the large body of research on college students’ behavioral health and offers guidance on applying evidence-based prevention and early intervention strategies using a comprehensive public health framework. Chapters authored by leading researchers and practitioners address a broad spectrum of important behavioral health issues, interventions, and challenges.
This text provides new clinicians with an overview of the tasks involved in behavioral health treatment as it is practiced in community-based training organizations. The text’s specific focus is on the application of theoretical and academic knowledge to clinical work as a psychotherapist or case manager, with a case example that follows treatment from the first session through termination.