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Free Access to Articles on Mobile use in Health and Behavioral Sciences
Free access to a collection of research which looks at ways in which mobile devices have been used as research tools, in treatment and in interventions.
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Open Access Content from Behavioral Medicine
In the Open Access article, “A Mixed-Methods Pilot Study of the Acceptability and Effectiveness of a Brief Meditation and Mindfulness Intervention for People with Diabetes and Coronary Heart Disease” published in Behavioral Medicine, researchers examine how meditation and mindfulness can benefit people with long-term conditions. Supplemental material is available here.
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Almost 2,000 recently-digitised books are free to view during June! These titles span a century of research.
You can read a selection of highly cited Springer journals about Psychology free of charge now through November 30 2012:
Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy, Research
(TBM) is an official journal of the Society of Behavioral Medicine and new in 2011. This international peer-reviewed journal offers continuous, online-first publication. Its mission is to engage, inform, and catalyze dialogue between the research, practice, and policy communities about behavioral medicine. It aims to bring actionable science to practitioners and to prompt debate on policy issues that surround implementing the evidence. TBM’s vision is to lead the translation of behavioral science findings to improve patient and population outcomes.
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Neuropsychology Review is devoted to integrative review papers in all aspects of neuroscience contributing to a mechanistic understanding of human neuropsychology in normal and clinical populations. The journal aims to publish scholarly articles that summarize and synthesize strengths and weaknesses in the literature and propose novel hypotheses, models, methods of analysis and links to other fields.
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