Journal of Intellectual Disability - Diagnosis and Treatment

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About the Journal                                                            

Co-Editor-in-Chief: Wenn Barnabas Lawson (Australia) Editor's Profile

Co-Editor-in-Chief: Lori Ann Dotson (USA)  Editor's Profile

Abbreviated key title: J. Intellect. Disabl. Diagn. Treat.
ISSN (online): 2292-2598
Published by: Lifescience Global
Publication Starting: August 2013
Periodicity: 6 times per year
Months: February, April, June, August, October, December
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Scope and Topics of the Journal

The journal aims to describe the research work on Intellectual Disability Diagnosis and Treatment in children and adults. It covers not just the technical aspects of the procedures in prenatal, newborn, and postnatal screening, but also the impact which the process of testing and treatment has on individuals, parents, families, and public health in general. The journal seeks to publish but is not restricted to, Genetic Intellectual Disability Syndromes, using a range of approaches from medicine, psychiatry, psychology, pharmacy, biology, epidemiology, bioinformatics, biopharmaceutical to association and population studies as well as sociological, ethical, philosophical, legal and quality control issues with the ultimate goal of advancing the knowledge on the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of the Intellectual Disabilities.

The journal publishes original research articles, review articles, case reports, and short communications(Letter article).

Subject area:

Medicine: Neurology (clinical), Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychology: Developmental and Educational Psychology
Neuroscience: Neurology
Psychology: Applied Psychology
Intellectual Disability (Diagnosis and Treatment)
Clinical Neurology (Medicine)
Psychiatry and Mental Health (Medicine)
Social and Health Issues of Intellectually Disabled Persons


The journal is addressed to both practicing professionals and researchers in the field of neuroscience with special reference to intellectual disabilities.  The journal is useful reading for professionals in academia, former researchers, and Ph.D. students interested in the results of the latest discoveries in this field.

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