Archives of Women's Mental Health
Archives of Women’s Mental Health is the official journal of the International Association for Women's Mental Health, Marcé Society and the North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology (NASPOG). The exchange of knowledge between psychiatrists and obstetrician-gynecologists is one of the major aims of the journal. Its international scope includes psychodynamics, social and biological aspects of all psychiatric and psychosomatic disorders in women. The editors especially welcome interdisciplinary studies, focussing on the interface between psychiatry, psychosomatics, obstetrics and gynecology. Archives of Women’s Mental Health publishes rigorously reviewed research papers, short communications, case reports, review articles, invited editorials, historical perspectives, book reviews, letters to the editor, as well as conference abstracts. Only contributions written in English will be accepted. The journal assists clinicians, teachers and researchers to incorporate knowledge of all aspects of women’s mental health into current and future clinical care and research.
Plasma prolactin levels are associated with the severity of illness in drug-naive first-episode psychosis female patients
A randomized controlled trial of a computer-based brief intervention for victimized perinatal women seeking mental health treatment
Health-related quality of life associated with different symptoms in women and in men who suffer from schizophrenia
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