The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry
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- ISSN-L 1662-9647, ISSN-Print 1662-9647, ISSN-Online 1662-971X
- EMCARE, ESCI, PSYNDEX, Psycinfo and Scopus
- Frieder R. Lang, Johannes Pantel (Editors-in-Chief)
Isabelle Albert, Julia Haberstroh, Eva-Marie Kessler,
Mike Martin, Michael Rapp, Peter Schoenknecht
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Until 2009 published as Zeitschrift für Gerontopsychologie und -psychiatrie (ISSN-Print: 1011-6877 / ISSN-Online 1664-2899)
Aims and Scope
GeroPsych is a leading international journal that provides an interdisciplinary forum for the rapidly growing field of aging research.
It publishes peer-reviewed and original research that addresses biological, psychological, behavioral, social, and cultural aspects of the aging process. GeroPsych seeks articles that combine theoretical, experimental, and applied perspectives on the diversity, heterogeneity, variability, and plasticity of the aging process and older populations. The journal is committed to research that relies on a rigorous quantitative approach, grounded innovative and validated methodology in established or emerging fields of geropsychology, gerontology, or geriatric psychiatry.
The journal targets scientists and readers who are interested in applied and basic research on mental, behavioral, social, cultural, and clinical aspects of the aging process and old Age.
The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) and Brain Structure
Gebhard Sammer, Eva Lenz
Perceived Benefits and Costs Contribute to Young and Older Adults’ Selectivity in Social Relationships
Erica L. O’Brien, Thomas M. Hess
Future Time Perspective and Real-Life Utterances About the Future in Young and Older Adults
Eliana Brianza, Burcu Demiray
Technology, Physical Activity, Loneliness, and Cognitive Functioning in Old Age
Theresa Pauly, Jennifer C. Lay, Pavel Kozik, Peter Graf, Atiya Mahmood, Christiane A. Hoppmann
Psychosocial Predictors of Sleep Quality in Residents of Nursing Homes
Adrijana Košćec Bjelajac, Jasminka Despot Lučanin, Damir Lučanin, Eva Anđela Delale
Do Professors Better Maintain Cognitive Functioning in Older Age?
Damaris Aschwanden, Vera Schumacher, Kathrin Zimmermann, Christina Werner, Mathias Allemand, Daniel Zimprich, Mike Martin
Special issue on "Posttraumatic manifestations among older adults"
Special Issue Guest Editors: Yuval Palgi (University of Haifa) and Amit Shrira (Bar-Ilan University)
Editors-in-Chief: Frieder R. Lang (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany); Johannes Pantel (Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Germany)
We are announcing a special issue on “Posttraumatic manifestations among older adults” to be published in 2021. Yuval Palgi from the University of Haifa, Israel, and Amit Shrira from Bar-Ilan University, Israel, will be the special issue guest editors.
We invite authors to submit original research reports and systematic review articles that advance the field of posttraumatic reactions in old age. Potential topics include but are not limited to the long-term effects of traumatic exposure in early developmental periods, effects of exposure to trauma during old age, cumulative trauma, as well as diagnosis and intervention research.
Authors are welcome to contact the guest editors (amit.shrira(at)biu.ac.il) in advance in order to identify possible topics. Papers will be due for submission by December 1, 2020 and will undergo a full process of peer review. All manuscripts have to be submitted electronically via the online submission system www.editorialmanager.com/geropsych/. Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the journal’s author guidelines available in the downloads section below.
Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the journal’s author guidelines available in the downloads section below.
Special issue on "COVID-19 pandemic: Implications for older adults' mental health and mental health care"
We are announcing a special issue on "Corona pandemic: Implications for older adults' mental health and mental health care" to be published in 2021. We expect original manuscript submissions that evidence high quality, innovative work on incorporating approaches from geriatric psychiatry, clinical psychology and social gerontology.
We invite authors to submit original research reports, clinical case reports as well as conceptual papers addressing implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for older people's mental health and mental health care, including the further development of the field of geriatric psychiatry and clinical geropsychology in the wake of the pandemic. Original reports using qualitative methodology are also welcome.
We invite authors to submit manuscripts by January 1, 2021 via https://www.editorialmanager.com/geropsych/. Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the journal’s author guidelines available in the downloads section below.
Authors are welcome to turn to Special Issue Editors Isabelle.Albert@uni.lu, Anna.Kornadt@uni.lu or email@example.com in advance for consultation. Manuscripts will undergo a full process of peer review. The special issue is expected to be published in summer 2021.
Interested researchers can find a sample special issue of GeroPsych here: https://econtent.hogrefe.com/toc/gro/31/3.
We are looking forward to receiving your manuscript for GeroPsych.
Please follow the instructions to authors which you find in the downloads section.
All manuscripts should be submitted online.
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