|"Medical Psychology is one of the branches of Psychology, one of the journals in medical Psychology which is dedicated to help people with sickness, infection or traumatic damage. The center is on the collaborations between mind and the body and the compelling courses in which living, mental and social elements influence physical wellbeing. Medicinal Psychologists can help patients stick to their medication arrangements, deal with their side effects, push solid practices and for the most part, conform to their physical sickness. The field is concerned with the advancement and combination of psychosocial, behavioral and biomedical information important to wellbeing and sickness, and the provision of this learning to anticipation, etiology, judgment, medication and recovery of patients/customers inside a lifespan viewpoint. The hypotheses and models concerning illness and medication are embedded inside the bio psychosocial model and are focused around learning from clinical brain science and neuropsychology.
International journal of school and cognitive psychology (IJSCP), is a peer reviewed International Journal that publishes research articles, literature reviews with an aim to serve as basis for new methodologies and research challenges. Journal aims at publication of original papers on both applied and basic research related to all fields and applications of Cognitive Psychology bringing together the current research and perspectives of new researches in the field.
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