Current Insights in Schizophrenia Research

Current Insights in Schizophrenia Research is an online peer-reviewed open access journal which encourages the submission of articles focusing on the etiology and treatment of schizophrenia and its related disorders. Current Insights in Schizophrenia Journal publishes highly qualified articles related to the fields of Antipsychotics, Hallucinations, Psychosis, Childhood trauma, Neuroplasticity Enhancers, Neurological Mechanisms, etc.


Aim and Scope

Current Insights in Schizophrenia Journal aims to publish extensive range of high quality scientific research articles through Open Access by using this platform. The journal offers a time bound review which freely disseminates the current and latest research findings related to the schizophrenia and its related disciplines. Current Insights in Schizophrenia Journal publishes exceptionally high quality articles such as Research, Review, Perspective, Opinion, and short commentary in the respective fields.

 

Current Insights in Schizophrenia Journal publishes the current and ongoing research in the respective field of the journal which covers the entire field of the journal but not restricted to the limited areas which include Antipsychotics, Hallucinations, Psychosis, Childhood trauma, Neuroplasticity Enhancers, Neurological Mechanisms, Depression, Psychosocial Management, Psychiatric Disorders, Neurodegenerative disorders, Delusions, Cognitive symptoms, Acute Dystonia, Akathisia, Alogia, etc.

 

All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) - Crossref.

 

All published articles are permanently archived and available at Gavin Publishers website in HTML and PDF formats.


·         Antipsychotics

·         Hallucinations

·         Psychosis

·         Childhood trauma

·         Neuroplasticity Enhancers

·         Neurological Mechanisms

·         Depression

·         Psychosocial Management

·         Psychiatric Disorders

·         Neurodegenerative disorders

·         Delusions

·         Cognitive symptoms

·         Acute Dystonia

      ·         Akathisia, Alogia