Medical psychology explore the psychology of health, illness, and recovery. Medical psychology covers abnormal and social psychology, learning, therapy, research methods, the effects of drugs on mental states. Medical psychologists apply scientific psychological findings, psychological theories, and techniques of psychotherapy, cognitive, behavior modification, interpersonal, family, and life-style therapy to improve the psychological and physical health of the patient.
Related Journals of Medical Psychology
Abnormal and Behavioural Psychology, Journal of Psychiatry, Clinical and Experimental Psychology, Annual Review of Psychology, Psychosomatic Medicine, Psychological Medicine, Psychological Methods, World Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, Advances in Cognitive Psychology, Advances in Psychology, American Journal of Psychology, Applied and Preventive Psychology, Medical psychology Journals.