Depression and Anxiety

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ADAA members receive a complimentary annual online subscription to Depression and Anxiety. With an impact factor of 4.61, this journal ranks 21 out of 135 in psychiatry journals and 9 out of 75 in psychology journals.

Depression and Anxiety, the official journal of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, is available online only as of January 2013. The journal welcomes original research and synthetic review articles covering neurobiology (genetics and neuroimaging), epidemiology, experimental psychopathology, and treatment (psychotherapeutic and pharmacologic) aspects of mood and anxiety disorders, and related phenomena in humans.

A priority is placed on papers focusing on treatment, as well as those providing cutting-edge reviews of key areas and issues, in order to enhance the clinical evaluation and care of individuals struggling with the effects of these disorders. All submissions are peer-reviewed; there is no handling or publishing fee.

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Please note: Three open-access journals, the Journal of Depression & Anxiety (OMICS); Anxiety and Depression Research (Herbert Publications); and Annals of Depression and Anxiety (Austin Publishing) are not affiliated with ADAA. These publishers require payment of a handling or submissions fee from authors; find information about these fees on their websites. These publications are not related to Depression and Anxiety, the official ADAA journal.

The following articles from Volume 32 Issue 7 (July 2015) have been posted on the journal website. The theme of this issue is Focus on Diagnostic Issues.

Research Articles
Personality and Depressive Symptoms: Individual Participant Meta-Analysis of 10 Cohort Studies

Christian Hakulinen PhD; Marko Elovainio PhD; Laura Pulkki-Råback PhD; Marianna Virtanen PhD;, Mika Kivimäki PhD; Markus Jokela PhD

The Structured Clinical Interview for Complicated Grief: Reliability, Validity, and Exploratory Factor Analysis
Eric Bui MD, PhD; Christine Mauro PhD; Donald J. Robinaugh MA; Natalia A. Skritskaya PhD; Yuanjia Wang PhD; Colleen Gribbin MA; Angela Ghesquiere PhD; Arielle Horenstein BA; Naihua Duan PhD; Charles Reynolds MD; Sidney Zisook MD; Naomi M. Simon MD, MSc; M. Katherine Shear MD

Approximating a DSM-5 Diagnosis of PTSD Using DSM-IV Criteria
Anthony J. Rosellini PhD; Murray B. Stein MD, MPH; Lisa J. Colpe PhD, MPH; Steven G. Heeringa PhD; Maria V. Petukhova PhD; Nancy A. Sampson BA; Michael Schoenbaum PhD; Robert J. Ursano MD; Ronald C. Kessler PhD; On behalf of the Army STARRS Collaborators

Review
Detection of Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care: A Meta-Analysis of Assisted and Unassisted Diagnoses
Elena Olariu MPH; Carlos G. Forero PhD; Jose Ignacio Castro-Rodriguez MD, MPH; Maria Teresa Rodrigo-Calvo MD; Pilar Álvarez MD, PhD; Luis M. Martín-López MD, PhD; Alicia Sánchez-Toto MPsy; Núria D. Adroher MStat; Maria J. Blasco-Cubedo Psy; Gemma Vilagut MStat; Miquel A. Fullana PhD; Jordi Alonso MD, MPH, PhD


The following articles from Volume 32 Issue 6 (June 2015) have been posted on the journal website. The theme of this issue is Focus on Treatment.

Review
Quantitative Evaluation of the Clinical Efficacy of Attention Bias Modification Treatment for Anxiety Disorders
Marian Linetzky MA; Lee Pergamin-Hight MA; Daniel S. Pine MD; Yair Bar-Haim PhD

Research Articles
An Investigation of Outcome Expectancies as a Predictor of Treatment Response for Combat Veterans With PTSD: Comparison Oof Clinician, Self-Report, and Biological Measures
Matthew Price PhD; Jessica L. Maples MA; Tanja Jovanovic PhD; Seth D. Norrholm PhD; Mary Heekin LCSW, Barbara O. Rothbaum PhD

Intranasal Oxytocin Administration Prior to Exposure Therapy for Arachnophobia Impedes Treatment Response
Dean T. Acheson PhD; David Feifel MD, PhD; Mary Kamenski BS; Rebecca Mckinney BA, Victoria B. Risbrough PhD

D-Cycloserine Enhances Generalization of Fear Extinction in Children
Simon P. Byrne B.Psych; Ronald M. Rapee PhD; Rick Richardson PhD; Gin S. Malhi PhD; Michael Jones PhD; Jennifer L. Hudson PhD