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Journal of Depression and Anxiety

Journal of Depression and Anxiety
Open Access

ISSN: 2167-1044

Citations Report

Citations Report - Journal of Depression and Anxiety [640 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Depression and Anxiety have been cited 640 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Depression and Anxiety.

Al‐Rawashdeh BM, Saleh MY, Mustafa RB, Alkhoujah MF, Elkhatib AH, Alsghaireen H, Hubaishy LZ (2019) Prevalence of depression and anxiety among otolaryngology outpatients at Jordan University Hospital. Perspectives in psychiatric care 55(3):383-95

Albrecht J, Buday J, Mareš T, Kališová L, Raboch J, Anders M (2019) Lowering the seizure threshold in electroconvulsive therapy using transcranial magnetic stimulation: A case report. Brain stimulation 12(3):781-4.

Mankiewicz PD (2019) Increasing subjective wellbeing with strengths-based cognitive behavioural psychotherapy in first episode psychosis. Int J Happiness Develop. 5(3):183-200.

Benjamin AB, Dooley TP (2019) Anxiolytic benefits of compounded Atenolol–Scopolamine in eight patients in psychiatry. Personalized Medicine in Psychiatry.

Dkhar SA (2018) Self-Esteem and Depression in Burn Afflicted Women: A comment on Rubab et al.’s Study. J Depress Anxiety 7(311):2167-1044.

Ramu K (2018) A Descriptive Study to Assess the Selected Psychosocial Problems Among Street Children in Foster Homes at Tumkur, Karnataka, India. J Nurs Health Stud 3(3):10.

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Alaca N (2019) The impacts of internet addiction on depression, physical activity level and trigger point sensitivity in Turkish university students. Jof Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation 1-8.

Kearns A, Whitley E (2019) Associations of internet access with social integration, wellbeing and physical activity among adults in deprived communities: evidence from a household survey. BMC public health 19(1):860.

Moore LJ, Freeman P, Hase A, Solomon-Moore E, Arnold R (2019) How consistent are challenge and threat evaluations? A generalizability analysis. Frontiers in psychology 10.

Hase A. Challenge and threat states: An examination of variance components, interventions, and performance (Doctoral dissertation, University of Essex).

Uphill MA, Rossato C, Swain J, O'Driscoll JM (2019) Challenge and threat: A critical review of the literature and an alternative conceptualisation. Frontiers in Psychology 10:1255.

Ichiba T, Kakiuchi K, Suzuki M, Uchiyama M (2019) Warm Steam Inhalation before Bedtime Improved Sleep Quality in Adult Men. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Li R, Wu R, Chen J, Kemp DE, Ren M, et al. (2016) A randomized, placebo-controlled pilot study of quetiapine-XR monotherapy or adjunctive therapy to antidepressant in acute major depressive disorder with current generalized anxiety disorder. Psychopharmacology bulletin 46(1):8.

Gacau KK, Kombe Y, Ngayo MO, Mwaniki P. Depressive Disorders among Workers in the Selected Hotels in the Capital City of Kenya: A Cross Sectional Study on Prevalence and Correlates.

Ajwang NW. Factors that Influence Citizen Participation in Devolved Funds in Uasin Gishu County, Kenya (Doctoral dissertation, Universitätsbibliothek Duisburg-Essen).

Sijenyi SR, Obondo A, Othieno C, Bukusi D (2019) COMORBID DEPRESSIVE & ANXIETY DISORDERS AMONG HIV INFECTED MOTHERS AND IMPLICATIONS ON THEIR CHILDREN’S SOCIO-EMOTIONALDEVELOPMENTINKIBRASLUMS. GSJ 7(3).

Margam S, Gupta N (2016) Children Living with HIV/AIDS. J Nurs Health Sci ;2(3).

Perkovic MN, Erjavec GN, Strac DS, Pivac N (2018) Biomarkers of Depression: Potential Diagnostic Tools. InUnderstanding Depression (pp. 35-51). Springer, Singapore.

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