Mathews Open Access Journals follow certain ethical standards to make sure high-quality scientific publications, to attain public confidence in scientific findings.
Plagiarism/ Duplicate Submission: Open Access Journals is dedicated to publishing the scientific information which is original and the content should not be submitted/ published elsewhere with other publishing groups. Our quality control teams check for the plagiarism through software to detect the overlapping of content and similar text in submitted manuscripts. If the manuscripts are observed to be plagiarised/ duplicate submission/ submitted elsewhere they will reject at any stage of the evaluation process.
Data Fabrication and Falsification: If the Submitted manuscripts are found to have either fabricated or falsified research work, i.e. methods, experimental results, including the manipulation of images will be immediately rejected.
Conflicts of Interest: Open Access Journals follows a double blind peer review process to avoid conflicts. The author(s) should hold responsibility in providing conflicts if any to avoid further conflicts.
Confidentiality Protection: Editors and Reviewers are requested to be very careful while reviewing the manuscripts. It is ethically not accepted to use/disseminate the unpublished work.
Human and Animal Rights: Clear statements and ethical clearance documents need to be provided if applicable. The work involving animal models and human volunteers need to submit the necessary statements.
In the above publication ethical cases, if the violations are found, the editorial office is authorized to take action accordingly.
Published : 06th August 2019
Authors : Authors: Sergey Fadyushin1, Annette Kayak2, Elena Vereshchagina3
Citation : Fadyushin S, Kayak A and Vereshchagina E. (2019). The Meaning of Statements in Thought Disorders. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health (4)1: 25.
Published : 04th July 2019
Authors : Aseem Mehra1, Sandeep Grover2, Manoj Kumar3
Citation : Mehra A. (2019). An unusual case of Autoscopic Hallucination: A case report and review of literature. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health (4)1: 22.
Published : 04th July 2019
Authors : Komal Sabir Dayani, Sarmad Muhammad Soomar*, Khadija Shafiq Dossa
Citation : Soomar SM. (2019). Conversion Disorders in Mental Health Care - A Basic Review of Literature. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health 4 (1): 23.
Published : 09th May 2019
Author : Ahmed Al-Imam1,2,3
Citation : Al-Imam A. (2016). Comorbid Depression in Association with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder, in a Young Patient with Facet Joints Spondylosis of the Lumbar Spine. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 1(1): 002.
Published : 30th April 2019
Authors : Z Naixin1,3, L Chuanxin2, A Lin1,3, C Zhixuan1,3, R Decheng1,3, Y Fan1,3, Y Ruixue1,3, J Lei 1,3, B Yan1,3, G Zhenming1,3, M Gaini1,3, X Fei1,3, Y Fengping1,3, Z Liping5, R Gabriel6, X Yifeng3, H Lin1,3, B Bo4 *, H Guang1,3*, Y Tao1,2,3*
Citation : He G (2019). Prediction of Adolescent Subjective Well-Being: A Machine Learning Approach. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health 4(1): 21.
Published : 19th October 2018
Authors : Hiroshi Bando1 , Tomohiro Yokoyama
Citation : Bando H and Yokoyama T. (2018). Various Strokes for Development of Ego in the Transactional Analysis. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 3(1): 020.
Published : 09th October 2018
Authors : Sergey Fadyushin1, Annette Kayak2 Elena Vereshchagina3
Citation : Fadyushin S, Kayak A and Vereshchagina E. (2018). Sense as A Socio-psychological Phenomenon. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 3(1): 019.
Published : 07th February 2018
Authors : Sergey Fadyushin*1, Elena Vereshchagina1, Galina Tsyganova2, Galina Tikhonovsky3, Anastasiia Khvatova4, Roman Moiseenko5
Citation : Fadyushin S, Vereshchagina E, Tsyganova G, Tikhonovsky G, et al. (2018). Internet Addiction in the Aspect of Information Technology. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 3(1): 018.
Published : 08th January 2018
Author : Mohammad Qassim Abdullah
Citation : Abdullah MQ. (2018). Optimism/Pessimism and Its Relationship with Locus of Control Among Children and Adolescents. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 3(1): 017.