JAMA Psychiatry (formerly Archives of General Psychiatry) is an international peer-reviewed journal published 12 times a year. The journal includes high-impact articles that cover the field broadly, from genetic mechanisms to psychotherapeutic intervention trials.
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The Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry began publication in 1919 and, in 1959, became 2 separate journals: Archives of Neurology and Archives of General Psychiatry. In 2013, the Archives of General Psychiatry was renamed JAMA Psychiatry. It is an international peer-reviewed journal published 12 times a year. The publication includes high-impact articles that cover the field broadly, from genetic mechanisms to psychotherapeutic intervention trials. In 2011 as the Archives of General Psychiatry, the impact factor was 12.01. The editor is Joseph T. Coyle, MD, Eben S. Draper Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts.
Each month JAMA Psychiatry delivers state-of-the-art original studies and diverse commentary on the interplay between psychiatric disorders and physical health, human behavior, and emerging therapies. Features include:
- Original Articles - High-impact, peer-reviewed original research broadly covering the field of psychiatry
- Commentaries - Succinct and stimulating, designed to spur debate and further discussion of the topic covered in the original article
- Reviews - Insightful explorations of new avenues of investigation and current hypotheses
- Art and Images in Psychiatry - Thoughtful examinations of a range of topics through the lens of the visual arts
- Online First articles published ahead of the print edition, supplementary online-only content, video supplements, commenting on selected articles, and PowerPoint image downloads
Joseph T. Coyle, MD
Dost Öngür, MD, PhD, Belmont, Massachusetts
Peter J. Siekmeier, MS, MD, Belmont, Massachusetts
Deborah M. Johnson, Belmont, Massachusetts