Call for Papers for Special Issue on New Directions in the Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Neurocognitive Processes in Addictive Disorders
• 大类 : 医学 - 3区
• 小类 : 药物滥用 - 3区
This special issue will gather papers focused on (1) the exploration, using neuropsychological or neuroscience tools, of the processes involved in the etiology and maintenance of addictive disorders; (2) the development of innovative tasks or measures to evaluate these processes; (3) clinical trials proposing a process-based rehabilitation among patients confronted with addictive behaviors. The processes explored can encompass classical cognitive functions (e.g., memory, executive functions), substance-related biases (e.g., attentional bias, implicit associations), but also affective and interpersonal functions (e.g., emotional decoding, Theory of Mind, social cognition). The special issue encompasses all types of addictive disorders, including substance use disorders (e.g., alcohol, cannabis, stimulants, opioids, nicotine, novel psychoactive substances [NPS]) and behavioral addictions (e.g., gambling, gaming, or buying disorder). Priority will be given to full-length articles (≤3500 words) and short communications (≤2000 words) proposing empirical data in clinical and experimental psychopathology, neuropsychology, psychiatry and/or neuroscience. Case studies (≤2500 words), systematic reviews (≤4000 words) and mini-reviews (≤2500 words) will also be considered, providing they offer new insights or perspectives on the topic.
The special issue article type will be open to submissions on 31st July 2019. To submit a paper to this Special Issue, please go tohttps://www.evise.com/profile/#/ADDICTBEH/loginand select "VSI: Neurocognition in addiction" as the article type. The deadline for submissions is 31st October 2019.