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Jun 20 2013

Access the latest Health and Social Care Research

  • Key Articles and Books on Sleep
  • The June Theme on the Routledge Health and Social Care Arena is Sleep. Journals and free access articles related to Sleep and Children, Sleep Medicine and Disorders, Sleep and Performance, and Sleep and Health are showcased. You can also browse the latest books. Visit the Arena today to find out more.

  • Virtual Special Issue on ME/CFS
  • You will find recent research on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome from across the journals into this free virtual special issue.

  • Get Free Online Access to Editor’s Choice Articles from Sexual and Relationship Therapy
  • The Editor of Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Dr Alex Iantaffi, provided a selection of high-quality articles for you to read for free online. View the free articles and get access here.

  • Read the inaugural issue from Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine: An Open Access Journal
  • The first editorial from Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine: An Open Access Journal is available to read online. Read ‘The new open access journal on health psychology and behavioral medicine: why do we need it?’ by Editors Xiaoming Li & Frank Doyle here.

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Jun 07 2013

Free access to the latest Social Work Research

  • Health & Social Care Arena
  • You can access our health and social care resources through the Health & Social Care Arena. The latest Special Issues, free content, promotions, call for papers, books, journals and events are all in one place saving you time and making it easy for you to stay ahead of the field. Forthcoming themes include; Occupational Therapy; Addiction and Sleep.

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Jul 20 2009

Psychology Headlines Around the World from Socialpsychology.org

  1. Why Sleep Matters to Your Health
  2. College Students Might Drink Less If They Knew Peers’ True Habits
  3.  Self-Help Through Negative Thinking
  4. Fussy Baby? Linking Genes, Brain and Behavior in Children
  5. Childhood-Onset Schizophrenia Remains a Mystery

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