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June 2024 Issue of Psychreg Journal of Psychology Now Available

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The June 2024 issue of the Psychreg Journal of Psychology has been released, featuring a diverse range of articles that explore various aspects of mental health and psychology. This issue, Volume 8, Issue 2, continues the journal’s tradition of presenting cutting-edge research and insights into the field.

Among the notable articles in this issue are:

  • Training a mind to feel good – the importance of long-term mental health care approaches by Alexander Loziak, Jurag Martonyik, & Ivan Schmidt. This paper discusses the crucial role of sustained mental health care strategies.
  • “Not too sure on how that would be defined, to be honest”: Exploring students’ understandings of the health effects of lifetime stress by Amy Sparrow & Jennie Dayes. This study examines how students perceive and articulate the impact of lifelong stress on health.
  • Neurological conditions affect sleep quality and sexual functioning in men: A comparative analysis by Chandan Das. This research provides a comparative analysis of how neurological conditions influence sleep and sexual health in men.
  • An investigation of clean language questions benefits in managing relationship conflict: A narrative review by Daniela Munteanu & Glynis Freeman. The article reviews the use of clean language questions in resolving relationship conflicts.
  • Intelligence is associated with being non-binary and with unusual sexuality: Rare sexual orientation, gender non-conformism and intelligence in a large dating sample by Edward Dutton & Emil Kirkegaard. This study explores the association between intelligence, non-binary gender identities, and uncommon sexual orientations.
  • The views of tutors on the advantages and disadvantages of learning technology during COVID-19 lockdown by Elizabeth Kaplunov. This article gathers tutors’ perspectives on the use of learning technologies during the pandemic lockdown.
  • “Woke” nomenclature in health research: a descriptive study of terms used in titles and abstracts of articles indexed in PubMed by James L. Nuzzo. This descriptive study analyses the prevalence of ‘woke’ terminology in health research.
  • Advanced therapeutic interventions for sustained recovery: A structured group approach by Maxwell Guttman. The paper discusses structured group therapy methods for long-term recovery.
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and mental disorder art therapy by Mohamad Nadim Adi & Mais M. Aljunaidy. This innovative study looks at the intersection of AI and art therapy for mental disorders.
  • A critical overview of the current treatment approaches offered to individuals experiencing depression by Natalie Quinn-Walker. This review provides a critical assessment of the treatments available for depression.

All articles in this issue are available in PDF format, with DOIs to be assigned shortly.

Upcoming event: ICPCE 2024

The International Conference on Psychology and Counselling Education (ICPCE) 2024 is scheduled to take place in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on 12–13 October 2024. This hybrid conference offers participants the flexibility to present their research either in person or remotely.

All accepted submissions will be featured in the inaugural issue of the ISPCE Bulletin, marking a significant milestone for the conference. For more details and to submit abstracts, please refer to the call for abstracts.

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