Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

The Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (JCBT) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal dedicated to providing original research and critical reviews on the development and evaluation of cognitive and behavioural interventions. The journal seeks to advance the knowledge on cognitive and behavioural interventions in the areas of mental health, health, disability, educational sciences and other related fields. JCBT publishes articles on clinical trials and empirical studies that explore the effectiveness of cognitive and behavioural interventions in various clinical contexts.

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Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a comprehensive, peer-reviewed journal that helps disseminate original research work, having a unique aspect of covering many areas which contributes to providing an awareness of research studies of scientists around the globe.

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The Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a prestigious scholarly publication that serves as a leading platform for the dissemination of cutting-edge research and advancements in the field of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This esteemed journal is dedicated to fostering the exchange of knowledge among researchers, clinicians, and professionals, with a focus on healthcare.


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The Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is committed to maintaining the highest standards of academic excellence, scientific rigor, and integrity through a robust peer-review process. Our peer review system is designed to ensure that only the most impactful and rigorous research is published.

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The journal publishes original clinical research that advances of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, CBT Interventions, Evidence-Based Practices, Mental Health Research, Psychotherapy, Cognitive Restructuring, Behavioral Activation, Anxiety Disorders, Depression Treatment, Mindfulness-Based CBT, Cognitive Processing Therapy, CBT Effectiveness, Behavioral Health, Therapeutic Techniques.

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The Editorial Board of the Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a distinguished assembly of accomplished professionals, experts, and thought leaders in the field of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The Editorial Board plays a pivotal role in guiding the journal's content, ensuring the publication of high-quality research, and fostering the advancement of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

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The archives feature a diverse array of original research articles that contribute significantly to the empirical foundation of cognitive-behavioral therapy. These articles encompass studies exploring the efficacy of CBT interventions, investigations into mechanisms of change, and outcomes across various clinical populations.



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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy--Vicente Llorent Bedmar

Vicente Llorent Bedmar

National Institute of Education,  Nanyang Technological University (NIE/NT...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-Neurodegeneration-Marco Bozzali

Marco Bozzali

Neuroimaging Laboratory  Fondazione Santa Lucia IRCCS Via Ardeatina  ...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy--Roxana Urea

Roxana Urea

University of Bucharest | Unibuc · Department of Special Education...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-Cognitive PerformancernEffect of Indoor Built Environment on EpidemiologyrnEffect of Indoor Built Environment on Comfort-Riham Ahmed

Riham Ahmed

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