Database of Addiction Journals

Name: Abhängigkeiten: Forschung Und Praxis Der Prävention Und Behandlung ['Addictions'] (Formerly Drogalkohol)
Country: Switzerland
Year established: 1985
Sponsorship: Swiss Institute for the Prevention of Alcohol and other Drugs, and Fachverband Sucht (Swiss Association of Addiction Professionals)
Publisher: SFA-ISPA
Language: German
Editors: Hermann Fahrenkrug
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: This journal provides results of the latest research from Switzerland and Germany, and information on the prevention and treatment of alcoholism and other addictions. The journal publishes epidemiological, treatment, and prevention research in the field of addictions. The journal provides a platform for addiction specialists to exchange practical experiences by publishing field reports. Special interests include contributions related to sociology, history, and cultural studies. The journal also includes interviews with experts on a variety of addiction-related topics, as well as articles on drug policy, book reviews, and meeting announcements.
Submission Notes: Submit two typewritten copies (plus one disk copy in Microsoft Word) of each manuscript (35 lines with 65 letters) to the Editor, Dr. Hermann Fahrenkrug, SFA, Postfach 870, CH-1001 Lausanne, Switzerland. Manuscripts should be no longer than 20 pages. A title page with the name of the author(s), institution, titles, function, and address should be added. No footnotes are allowed and the references should be written in alphabetical order at the end of the article. Editor's telephone number: 0041 21 321 29 82. Editor's email: hfahrenkrug@sfa-ispa.ch.
Submission Email: hfahrenkrug@sfa-ispa.ch
Submission Address : Dr. Hermann Fahrenkrug, SFA, Postfach 870, CH-1001 Lausanne, Switzerland.
Web Address: http://www.sfa-ispa.ch
Submissions Web Address:
Abstracting/Indexing: Toxibase (French), DIMDI (German)


Name: Addiction
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Year established: 1884
Sponsorship: Society for the Study of Addiction
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Language: English
Editors: Robert West
Assistant/Regional Editors: Thomas F Babor (The Americas)

Shane Darke (Australasia)

John Marsden (Europe, Africa and Asia)
Mission statement: Addiction publishes peer-reviewed research reports on alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs,as well as gambling behaviour, and brings together research conducted within many different disciplines. The journal is international in scope and is read in over 60 countries. In addition to original research, the journal features editorials, commentaries, reviews, historical articles, interviews with leading figures in the addictions, letters, news, and a comprehensive book review section.
Submission Notes: Instructions to authors are included in each issue of the journal and on the journal's website. Authors should prepare manuscripts with references according to Vancouver style. Addiction has introduced an online submission system for all manuscripts and scientific communications. General correspondence and books for review should be addressed to the Editor-in-Chief, Head Office, National Addiction Centre, 4 Windsor Walk, London SE5 8AF, UK. Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 0452/0853 and Fax: +44 (0)20 7703 5787. General enquiries to the Managing Editor at susan@addictionjournal.org
Submission Email:
Submission Address :
Web Address: http://www.addictionjournal.org
Submissions Web Address: http://www.addictionjournal.org
Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Abstracts, Applied Social Science Index and Abstracts (ASSIA), BIOSIS, British Nursing Index, Combined Health Information Database (CHID), EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Index Medicus/Medline, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Current Contents/Behavioral Sciences, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Psychological Abstracts, Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index, Medical Documentation Service, Referativnyi Zhurnal, Research Alert, SciSearch, Social SciSearch, Social Services Abstracts (NISC), ETOH (NIAAA online database), ISI/BioMed, Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Literature


Name: Addiction Biology
Country: Germany
Year established: 1996
Sponsorship: Society for the Study of Addiction
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Language: English
Editors: Rainer Spanagel
Assistant/Regional Editors: Markus Heilig (Editor for North America)
Mission statement: Addiction Biology's focus is based on neuroscience contributions, which aim at advancing our understanding regarding aspects on the action of drugs and addictive processes. Papers are accepted whose content is geared towards behavioral, molecular, genetic, biochemical, neurobiological and pharmacological fields of animal experimentation and clinical research. The journal is international, with regional offices in North America and Europe. It is committed to interdisciplinary research and communication. Its contents include peer-reviewed original scientific research, invited reviews, short communications, scientific letters, and correspondence.
Submission Notes: Authors are asked to submit their work electronically as a Microsoft Word document. The file should include all the respective figures and tables. For more information, contact Christine Roggenkamp, Editorial Secretary, Addiction Biology, Central Institute of Mental Health, University of Heidelberg, J5, 68159 Mannheim, Germany. Email: addiction.biology@zi-mannheim.de. Office for North America: Dena Stringer, Editorial Secretary for North America, Addiction Biology, NIAAA, 10 Center Drive, 10/1E-5334, Bethesda MD 20892-1610 USA. addiction.biology@mail.nih.gov
Submission Email: addiction.biology@zi-mannheim.de
Submission Address : Prof.Dr. R. Spanagel Editorial Office Addiction Biology Central Institute of Mental Health J 5 68159 Mannheim Germany
Web Address: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118498402/home
Submissions Web Address: http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=1355-6215&site=1
Abstracting/Indexing: ABMRF Journal, Addiction Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, CSA Neurosciences Abstracts, Current Contents/Life Sciences, EBSCO Online, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, e-psyche, Euro-Factor Database, Focus On: Psychopharmacology, Health & Safety Science Abstracts, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, Neuroscience Citation Index, Research Alert, Russian Academy of Sciences Abstracts, Science Citation Index, SciSearch, Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts, Toxicology Abstracts.


Name: Addiction Research & Theory
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Year established: 1993
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Informa Health care
Language: English
Editors: Frederick Rotgers, Derek Heim
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Mission statement: Since being founded in 1993, Addiction Research and Theory has been the leading outlet for research and theoretical contributions that view addictive behaviour as arising from psychological processes within the individual and the social context in which the behaviour takes place as much as from the biological effects of the psychoactive substance or activity involved. This cross-disciplinary journal examines addictive behaviours from a variety of perspectives and methods of inquiry. Disciplines represented in the journal include Anthropology, Economics, Epidemiology, Medicine, Sociology, Psychology and History, but high quality contributions from other relevant areas will also be considered. The journal publishes articles on all aspects of addiction, placing particular value on contributions that explore creatively new avenues of inquiry. Submissions to Addiction Research and Theory are peer reviewed and published if they are both good of their kind and are within the journals focus. Articles include theoretical, philosophical and political essays, research papers, state-of-the-science reviews, and descriptions of how to apply research on addictive behaviours to evidence-based clinical practice.
Submission Notes: http://informahealthcare.com/userimages/ContentEditor/1271255276587/ARTIFAS.pdf
Submission Email:
Submission Address : http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/gart
Web Address: http://informahealthcare.com/art/
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/gart
Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Research & Theory is abstracted in: Addiction Abstracts; Current Contents Social and Behavioural Sciences; Criminal Justice Abstracts; EBSCO, e-psyche; Family Index Database; PsycINFO; Research Alert; Sociological Abstracts; Social Sciences Citation Index; Social SciSearch; Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts and Toxibase.


Name: Addiction Science & Clinical Practice
Country: United States
Year established: 2002
Sponsorship: -
Publisher: BioMed Central
Language: English
Editors: Richard Saitz, Jeffrey H. Samet
Assistant/Regional Editors: Gavin Bart

Jean-Bernard Daeppen

Adam Gordon

P. Todd Korthuis

Alexander Sox-Harris

Emily C. Williams

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Mission statement: Addiction Science & Clinical Practice provides a forum for clinically relevant research and perspectives that contribute to improving the quality of care for people with unhealthy alcohol, tobacco, or other drug use and addictive behaviors across a spectrum of clinical settings. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice was previously published by NIDA and the journal's back content can be viewed here. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice accepts articles of clinical relevance related to the prevention and treatment of unhealthy alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use across the spectrum of clinical settings. Topics of interest address issues related to the following: the spectrum of unhealthy use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs among the range of affected persons (e.g., not limited by age, race/ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation); the array of clinical prevention and treatment practices (from health messages, to identification and early intervention, to more extensive interventions including counseling and pharmacotherapy and other management strategies); and identification and management of medical, psychiatric, social, and other health consequences of substance use. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice is particularly interested in articles that address how to improve the quality of care for people with unhealthy substance use and related conditions as described in the (US) Institute of Medicine report, Improving the Quality of Healthcare for Mental Health and Substance Use Conditions (Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2006). Such articles address the quality of care and of health services. Although the journal also welcomes submissions that address these conditions in addiction speciality-treatment settings, the journal is particularly interested in including articles that address unhealthy use outside these settings, including experience with novel models of care and outcomes, and outcomes of research-practice collaborations. Although Addiction Science & Clinical Practice is generally not an outlet for basic science research, we will accept basic science research manuscripts that have clearly described potential clinical relevance and are accessible to audiences outside a narrow laboratory research field.
Submission Notes: http://www.ascpjournal.org/authors/instructions
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Web Address: http://www.ascpjournal.org
Submissions Web Address: http://www.ascpjournal.org/manuscript
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Name: Addictive Behaviours
Country: Netherlands
Year established: 1974
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Pergamon (Subsidiary of Elsevier Science Ltd.)
Language: English
Editors: Peter M. Miller
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Addictive Behaviors is an international scientific journal publishing research on substance abuse. The journal specifically focuses on studies related to the abuse of alcohol, drugs, and nicotine. Articles represent interdisciplinary endeavors with research in such fields as psychology, psychiatry, epidemiology, medicine, pharmacology, and neuroscience. While theoretical orientations are diverse, the emphasis of the journal is primarily empirical. That is, sound experimental design combined with valid, reliable assessment and evaluation procedures are a requisite for acceptance. Uncontrolled clinical demonstrations and case studies are not accepted for publication. Priority is given to research that evaluates behavioural and/or pharmacological treatment or prevention interventions. In addition, studies of the functional relationships between substance use and any one of a combination of social, emotional, cognitive, environmental, and attitudinal factors are encouraged. Studies that clearly contribute to current knowledge of the etiology, prevention, and/or treatment of substance abuse are given priority. Research on the epidemiology of substance use is also published as well as a limited number of reviews.
Submission Notes: Instructions to authors are included in each issue of the journal. Manuscripts must adhere to the instructions on references, preparation of tables and figures, abstracts, and manuscripts format as described in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). All manuscripts must be submitted online via the Elsevier Author Gateway page at http://www.elsubmit.com/esubmit/addbeh. Authors, reviewers, and editors send and receive all correspondence by email and no paper correspondence is necessary. Detailed information about this electronic submission process and specific instructions on how to submit manuscripts can be found at the Author Gateway page. Problems encountered while submitting online can be resolved by emailing authorsupport@elsevier.com. Questions about the appropriateness of a manuscript for Addictive Behaviorsshould be directed (prior to submission) to the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Peter Miller (Medical University of South Carolina), at millerpm@musc.edu. Tel: 843 792 5547; Fax: 843 792 7353.
Submission Email:
Submission Address :
Web Address: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/addictbeh
Submissions Web Address: http://www.elsubmit.com/esubmit/addbeh
Abstracting/Indexing: BIOSIS, Behavioural Medicine Abstracts, Current Contents, Current Contents/Social and Behavioural Sciences, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Elsevier BIOBASE, Health and Safety Science Abstracts, Higher Education Abstracts, Index Medicus, Medline, Nutrition Abstracts, PASCAL/CNRS, Pollution Abstracts, PsycINFO Psychological Abstracts, Psych Per Con, Research Alert, Safety Science Abstracts, Social Sciences Citation Index, TOXIBASE, and Toxicology Abstracts.


Name: Addictive Disorders And Their Treatment
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 2002
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Language: English
Editors: Pedro Ruiz
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Addictive Disorders and Their Treatmentpublishes original, clinically relevant research papers, in-depth reviews, novel case reports, and book reviews. Basic research papers should have clear clinical implications and relevance. Submitted papers undergo full peer review. This journal is devoted to practical clinical research and treatment issues related to the misuse of alcohol and licit and illicit drugs and the study and treatment of addictive disorders and related behaviours. The journal's broad-spectrum, patient-oriented coverage of all aspects of addiction is appropriate for psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychopharmacologists, and primary care practitioners.
Submission Notes: See website for further details. Articles must be original contributions. Pattern manuscript style after the American Medical Association Manual of Style (9th edition). Double-space all copies, including legends, footnotes, tables, and references, and print on one side of the sheet only. Submit manuscripts in English electronically (either on diskette or via email) as well as a hard copy in triplicate (one original and two copies) on standard 8½ x 11-inch (21 x 28-cm) paper with at least a 1-inch (2.5-cm) margin on all sides. Send submissions to: Julie Porter, Managing Editor, Addictive Disorders and Their Treatment, 9312 Fernwood Ct, Littleton, CO 80126 USA. Email: julieporter@kingfisherranch.com. Tel: (303) 978 9054; Fax: (303) 978 9037. Editor's email: pedro.ruiz@uth.tmc.edu. Tel: 713-500- 2799; Fax: 713-500-2757.
Submission Email: julieporter@kingfisherranch.com
Submission Address : Julie Porter, Managing Editor, Addictive Disorders and Their Treatment, 9312 Fernwood Ct, Littleton, CO 80126 USA.
Web Address: http://www.addictiondisorders.com/
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Abstracting/Indexing: CINAHL, EMBASE


Name: Addiktológia - Addictologia Hungarica ['Addiction'] (Formerly Szenvedélybetegségek  Addictologia Hungarica)
Country: Hungary
Year established: 1995
Sponsorship: Sponsored by Ministry of Youth, Family, Social Affairs, and Equal Opportunities, owned by Interdiszciplináris Addiktológiai Fórum Tudományos és Ismeretterjeszt? Közhasznú Társaság
Publisher: Harmattan/Hungary
Language: Hungarian
Editors: József Rácz
Assistant/Regional Editors: Gábor Kelemen

Andrea Bodrogi

Zsolt Demetrovics

Anna V. Gyarmathy

Borbála Paksi

Zsuzsanna Kaló assistant
Mission statement: Addictologia Hungarica presents the latest developments in theory, research, and practice pertaining to drug use and drug policy with an emphasis on the psychosocial aspects and interdisciplinary areas of drug-using behaviour, within a broader socio-economic, historical, legal, political and medical matrix of which drug use, drug users, and drug treatment facilities are a part. The journal offers addiction counsellors, social workers, physicians, psychologists, educators, and policy makers a forum to share new research, practices, and ideas. Addictologia Hungaricaalso serves as a clearinghouse for strategies of prevention, treatment, and evaluation.
Submission Notes: Authors must submit three printed copies of the manuscript to: Dr. Rácz József, M.D., Ph.D., Institute for Psychology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, POB 398, 1394, Hungary. A manuscript in electronic form must be sent to: raczj@t-online.hu. First page must include the title, author(s) name, author's address, email address. The abstract should be 150-250 words (one copy in Hungarian and one in English). Editor's email: raczj@mtapi.hu or raczj@t-online.hu. Phone: 0036 12796087 or 0036 209256568.
Submission Email: raczj@mtapi.hu
Submission Address : Dr. Rácz József, M.D., Ph.D., Institute for Psychology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, POB 398, 1394, Hungary
Web Address: http://www.harmattan.hu/books/drogprevencio/addiktologia/addictologia2004_01.php
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Abstracting/Indexing: Sociological Abstracts, Social Services Abstracts, Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, Language Behavior Abstracts


Name: Adicciones
Country: Spain
Year established: 1989
Sponsorship: Socidrogalcohol [The Spanish Scientific Society of Studies on Alcohol]
Publisher: Socidrogalcohol
Language: Spanish
Editors: Amador Calafat
Assistant/Regional Editors: Julio Bobes

Elisardo Becoña
Mission statement: The main aim of Adicciones is to provide a refereed journal on drug issues for a Spanish-speaking audience, including institutions, members of Socidrogalcohol, Latin-American institutions, and professionals. The editors of the journal aim to help Spanish-speaking professionals maintain a good professional standard. Adicciones publishes original articles on treatment, prevention, and research in the field of addiction (alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs). The journal also publishes editorials, reviews, brief reports, letters to the editor, and has a section devoted to international research. The journal is published in Spanish, although it accepts some articles in English, especially editorials and brief reports. When an article is published in English, a Spanish translation or summary is provided.
Submission Notes: See http://www.adicciones.es for Guidelines for Authors (in Spanish). Submissions should conform to either the 'Uniform Requirements For Manuscripts Submitted To Biomedical Journals' (2001; www.icmje.org) or the publication norms of the American Psychological Association (2001; 5th edition). Send double-spaced manuscripts in triplicate (plus disk copy in Microsoft Word) to: Amador Calafat, Director de Adicciones, Rambla, 15, 2ª, 3ª, 07003 Palma de Mallorca. Baleares, España. Email: adicciones@socidrogalcohol.org. Tel.: 34971 72 74 34. Fax: 971 21 33 06.
Submission Email: adicciones@socidrogalcohol.org
Submission Address : Amador Calafat, Director de Adicciones, Rambla, 15, 2ª, 3ª, 07003 Palma de Mallorca. España
Web Address: http://www.adicciones.es/
Submissions Web Address: http://www.adicciones.es
Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Abstracts, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, ETOH (NIAAA), Index Medicus/MEDLINE, PsycINFO, Family Studies Database (NISC), Psicodoc, Tobacco and Health Abstracts (NISC), IBECS, SCOPUS, Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE).


Name: Adiktologie [Addiction Studies]
Country: Czech Republic
Year established: 2001
Sponsorship: National Focal Point and National Drug Commission of the Czech Republic, Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, Czech Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Palacky University (Olomouc, CZ), Czech Neuropsychopharmacological Society, Czech Medical Association: Board for Addiction Treatment
Publisher: Sdruzeni SCAN
Language: Czech
Editors: Chief Editor: Vladimir Rehan
Assistant/Regional Editors: Editor: Michal Miovsky

Co-editor: Roman Gabrhelik
Mission statement: Adiktologie is a modern professional journal addressing issues relating to the prevention and treatment of, and research into, addictions. It is an interdisciplinary journal reflecting the areas of medicine, psychology, teaching, social policy, social work, sociology, political science, law, criminology and other areas. In addition to the printed form of the journal, the journal's website provides broader space for communication. Adiktologiereflects the development of the study of addiction as a separate discipline, a new branch of science with clearly designated boundaries. The journal is interested in articles on addiction to all types of legal and illegal drugs and also addictive behavioural disorders, such as addiction to gambling. The journal publishes editorials, original research articles, brief reports, articles related to education and practice, book reviews, and letters to the editor.
Submission Notes: Detailed guidelines for prospective authors are on the website (in English and Czech): www.adiktologie.cz. The editor's office accepts contributions both in Czech and English relating to the professional orientation of the journal. If the topic of an English language article relates to practice, the journal will negotiate with the author about translation into Czech (this is not the case with research articles). All articles (regardless of original language) must have an abstract and keywords in English. The contributions may be submitted as T602, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel documents (any version). Contributions in any other formats will not be accepted. Contributions should be submitted to the following address: Redakce casopisu, Adiktologie, Sdruzení SCAN, Hanákova 710, 666 03 Tisnov, Czech Republic, Email: scan@tisnov.cz, Fax: ++420 549 413 534.
Submission Email: scan@tisnov.cz
Submission Address : Redakce casopisu, Adiktologie, Sdruzení SCAN, Hanákova 710, 666 03 Tisnov, Czech Republic
Web Address: http://www.adiktologie.cz
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Abstracting/Indexing: Bibliographica Medica Czechoslovaca


Name: African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies
Country: Nigeria
Year established: 2000
Sponsorship: Centre for Research and Information on Substance Abuse (CRISA; Jos, Nigeria)
Publisher: Centre for Research and Information on Substance Abuse
Language: English
Editors: Isidore Silas Obot
Assistant/Regional Editors: Charles Parry (South Africa), Regional Editor

Baba Koumare (Mali), Regional Editor

James Gire (USA), Regional Editor

David Ndetei (Kenya), Regional Editor

Andrew Zamani, Nigeria, Assistant Editor

Nazarius Tumwesigye, Uganda, Assistant Editor

Neo Morojele, South Africa, Assistant Editor
Mission statement: The journal publishes original research, evaluation studies, case reports, review articles, and book reviews of high academic standards. Papers submitted for publication may address any aspects of substance abuse in Africa, including epidemiology, prevention, treatment, psychopharmacology, health and socio-economic issues, drug trafficking, and drug law and policy. The term 'substance' covers all psychotropic and addictive drugs (e.g., alcohol, tobacco, cannabis, heroin) and traditional substances used in different parts of Africa (e.g., kolanuts and khat). The journal is particularly interested in manuscripts that report an association between substance use and other social and health-related problems, e.g., HIV/AIDS, crime and violence, injury, accidents, and cardiovascular disorders. All researchers working on any topic in the substance abuse and other health behaviour fields with relevance to Africa are invited to send in their articles for publication. Established researchers wishing to edit special issues focusing on a particular theme or issue are invited to submit proposals.
Submission Notes: Papers submitted for publication should follow the recommendations of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). Manuscripts should be limited to 20 double-spaced pages and submitted by the fastest means possible, preferably by email. Authors may be required to submit disk copies of accepted papers. More information about the submission of proposals for special issues of the journal can be obtained from the Editor-in-Chief. Submissions in hard copy should be addressed to: Isidore Silas Obot, Editor-in-Chief, African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies, 10 Sandview Ct, Baltimore, MD 21209, USA. Tel: (1-410) 602-1614. Address in Africa: African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies, CRISA, P.O. Box 4230,University Post Office, Uyo, Nigeria. Tel: +234- 703-940-8945. Editor's email: iobot@crisanet.org or obotis@gmail.com.
Submission Email: iobot@crisanet.org
Submission Address : Isidore Silas Obot, Editor-in-Chief, African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies, 10 Sandview Ct, Baltimore, MD 21209, USA. Tel: (1-410) 602-1614. Address in Africa: African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies, CRISA, P.O. Box 4230, Uyo, Nigeria. Tel: 234-703-940-8945.
Web Address: http://www.crisanet.org/Journal-AJDAS.htm
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Abstracting/Indexing: N/A


Name: Alcohol - An International Biomedical Journal
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1984
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Elsevier
Language: English
Editors: Editor-in-chief: Charles R. Goodlett PhD; Associate Editor: D. M. Lovinger PhD
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Alcohol is an international, peer-reviewed journal that is devoted to publishing multi-disciplinary biomedical research on all aspects of the actions or effects of alcohol on the nervous system or on other organ systems. Emphasis is given to studies into the causes and consequences of alcohol abuse and alcoholism, and biomedical aspects of diagnosis, etiology, treatment or prevention of alcohol-related health effects. Intended for both research scientists and practicing clinicians, the journal publishes original research on the neurobiological, neurobehavioral, and pathophysiological processes associated with alcohol drinking, alcohol abuse, alcohol-seeking behavior, tolerance, dependence, withdrawal, protracted abstinence, and relapse. In addition, the journal reports studies on the effects alcohol on brain mechanisms of neuroplasticity over the life span, biological factors associated with adolescent alcohol abuse, pharmacotherapeutic strategies in the treatment of alcoholism, biological and biochemical markers of alcohol abuse and alcoholism, pathological effects of uncontrolled drinking, biomedical and molecular factors in the effects on liver, immune system, and other organ systems, and biomedical aspects of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder including mechanisms of damage, diagnosis and early detection, treatment, and prevention. Articles are published from all levels of biomedical inquiry, including the following: molecular and cellular studies of alcohol's actions in vitro and in vivo; animal model studies of genetic, pharmacological, behavioral, developmental or pathophysiological aspects of alcohol; human studies of genetic, behavioral, cognitive, neuroimaging, or pathological aspects of alcohol drinking; clinical studies of diagnosis (including dual diagnosis), treatment, prevention, and epidemiology
Submission Notes: Alcohol subscribes to the tenets of The Farmington Consensus. Submission of a paper to the journal will be taken as evidence that the authors have complied with the tenets set forth in the Consensus. All submitted material will be subject to peer review. Alcohol considers three types of manuscripts for publication: - Original research articles are full-length reports of the authors' original research addressing topics consistent with the Aims and Scope of the journal. Submissions outside the scope of the journal, or incomplete or fragmentary submissions, will not be considered. - Rapid communications are original, high-quality manuscripts that describe new data of high impact and major importance to the field. These contributions are typically short (e.g., 4 journal pages), and will be peer-reviewed by at least one expert in the field of the research and an Editor, and will be either accepted with minimal or no revisions or rejected. Publication of accepted rapid communications will be expedited. - Invited review articles will be considered for publication, upon invitation from the Editor-in-Chief, as full-length papers or mini-reviews. These contributions will be peer-reviewed. Contact the Editor-in-Chief concerning the suitability of a topic for an invited review.
Submission Email:
Submission Address : Authors from all countries are invited to submit manuscripts (complete in all respects) to the Editor-in-Chief using Elsevier's web-based electronic submission at the following URL: http://ees.elsevier.com/alcohol
Web Address: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/alcohol
Submissions Web Address: http://ees.elsevier.com/alcohol/
Abstracting/Indexing: BIOMED, BIOSIS, Chemical Abstracts, Current Contents/Current Contents Search, EMBASE, ETOH, Elsevier BIOBASE, MEDLINE®, PsycINFO Psychological Abstracts, PsycLIT CD-ROM, Reference Update, Research Alert, Science Citation Index, Scopus


Name: Alcohol and Alcoholism
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Year established: 1965
Sponsorship: The Medical Council on Alcohol (MCA), European Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism (ESBRA)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Language: English
Editors: Jonathan D. Chick (MCA) and Philippe de Witte (ESBRA)
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Alcohol and Alcoholism publishes papers on biomedical, psychological, and sociological aspects of alcoholism and alcohol research, provided that they make a new and significant contribution to knowledge. Papers may include new results obtained experimentally, descriptions of new experimental (including clinical) methods of importance to the field of alcohol research and treatment, or new interpretations of existing results. Theoretical contributions will be considered provided they are not of a largely speculative or philosophical nature.
Submission Notes: See detailed Instructions to Authors on website. The size of a full-length paper is restricted to 5000 words. Contributors should submit online via Manuscript Central, as instructed on the journal's website, unless circumstances prevail against using electronic methods of submission.
Submission Email:
Submission Address : Anne De Hauer dhauwer@uclouvain.be
Web Address: http://alcalc.oupjournals.org/
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/alcalc
Abstracting/Indexing: Abstr. Crim. & Pen., Abstr. Hyg., ASSIA, Biological Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, Curr. Adv. Ecol. Sci., Current Contents: Clinical Medicine, Current Contents: Life Sciences, Excerpta Medica, Focus on: Psychopharmacology, Index Med., Linguist. Lang. Behav. Abstr., Neurosci. Cit. Index, NRN, Nutr. Abstr., Psychological Abstracts, Science Citation Index, SSCI, Trop. Dis. Bull.


Name: Alcohol Research and Health
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1973
Sponsorship: US National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Publisher: US National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Language: English
Editors: Dianne M. Welsh
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: This peer-reviewed journal presents current research findings and contains articles on the effects, prevention, and treatment of alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Alcohol Research and Healthcovers the latest alcohol research findings in diverse fields, including treatment and prevention, epidemiology, genetics, and cellular biology.
Submission Notes: NIAAA invites authors to submit manuscripts to Alcohol Research and Healthon a particular topic. NIAAA does not accept unsolicited manuscripts. The selection process for invited articles is as follows: NIAAA has established an Editorial Advisory Board that meets annually and recommends topics for future issues. NIAAA then selects the final topics and invites authors to submit articles on a particular topic. Authors first submit an outline that is reviewed and approved by Institute staff before authors write the article. Each article is then reviewed by two researchers with expertise in the subject matter. Managing Editor's email: dmiller@willco.niaaa.nih.gov (Diane Miller). Editorial Office Phone: 1-301-443-3860 (Contact for nformation).
Submission Email: dmiller@willco.niaaa.nih.gov
Submission Address :
Web Address: http://www.niaaa.nih.gov/Publications/AlcoholResearch/
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Abstracting/Indexing: Index Medicus/MEDLINE, the Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature, Current Contents/Social & Behavioural Sciences, NTIS Bibliographic Database, PsycINFO, ISI Personal Alert, Social SciSearch


Name: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1984
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Language: English
Editors: Thomas F. McGovern
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterlyis a professional journal for clinicians working with persons who are alcoholic and their families. It is designed to bridge the gap between research journals and information for the general public. It addresses the specific concerns of professional alcoholism counselors, social workers, psychologists, physicians, clergy, nurses, employee assistance professionals, and others who provide direct services to persons who are alcoholic. The journal features articles specifically related to the treatment of alcoholism, highlighting new and innovative approaches to care, describing clinical problems and solutions, and detailing practical, unique approaches to intervention and therapy. Original research and articles about theory development and policy issues in alcoholism are included. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly particularly welcomes material giving the personal and humanistic aspects of professional alcoholism counseling and therapy from both the counselor/therapist's view as well as that of the client.
Submission Notes: Submit the original manuscript plus three copies. Also include a 9' x 12' envelope, self-addressed and stamped (with sufficient postage to ensure return of your manuscript); a regular envelope, stamped and self-addressed. This is for the editor to send you an 'acknowledgement of receipt' letter. Manuscripts should be in Chicago style. Manuscripts should be sent to: Thomas F.McGovern Ed.D., Editor, Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Department of Neuropsychiatry, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Centre, 3601 4th Street, Lubbock TX 79430-0001; For more information, contact the editor by email (thomas.mcgovern@ttuhsc.edu), phone/voicemail (806-743-2820 ext. 248), or fax: 806-743-4250.
Submission Email:
Submission Address : Thomas F. McGovern Ed.D., Editor, Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Department of Neuropsychiatry, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Centre, 3601 4th Street, Lubbock TX 79430-0001
Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/watq
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Name: Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1977
Sponsorship: Research Society on Alcoholism; International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Language: English
Editors: Ivan Diamond, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant/Regional Editors: Harriet de Wit, Ph.D.

David W. Crabb, M.D.

Carlton K. Erickson, Ph.D.

Victor Hesselbrock, Ph.D.

Karl Mann, M.D.

Mikko Salaspuro, M.D., Ph.D.

Clive Harper, M.D., FRCPA

Toshikazu Saito, M.D.
Mission statement: Alcoholism: Clinical And Experimental Research is the official publication of the Research Society on Alcoholism and the International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism. It is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal that publishes papers based on original research that make substantial contributions to the understanding of the etiology, treatment, and prevention of alcohol-related disorders. It covers all aspects of biomedical alcohol research including: genetics and molecular biology; pharmacology and cell metabolism; neurobiological, behavioral and environmental relations to drinking; diagnosis and treatment; epidemiology and prevention; and alcohol effects on the fetus, brain, liver, and other organ systems. Two kinds of papers may be submitted: full-length papers and rapid communications. Papers that the editors consider to have cross-disciplinary interest and significance may be highlighted as Feature Articles. The journal also publishes invited mini-reviews and editorial commentaries.
Submission Notes: All manuscripts must be submitted online to the journal's website: https://www.editorialmanager.com/acer/. If authors experience any problems, contact Mary Newcomb, Managing Editor, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, mnewcomb-acer@earthlink.net, 317-375-0819 (phone), 317-375-0828 (fax).
Submission Email: mnewcomb-acer@earthlink.net
Submission Address : www.editorialmanager.com/acer/
Web Address: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118520059/home
Submissions Web Address: https://www.editorialmanager.com/acer/
Abstracting/Indexing: Index Medicus, Current Contents (Clinical Medicine, Life Sciences), Neuroscience Citation Index, BIOSIS, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, ISI, Research Alert, Chemical Abstracts, Reference Update/Research Information Systems, CINAHL


Name: Alcoholism: Journal on Alcoholism & Related Addictions (Zagreb)
Country: Croatia
Year established: 1965
Sponsorship: Centre for Study and Control of Alcoholism and Other Addictions, Zagreb; International Council on Alcohol and Addictions, Lausanne; Alcohol Research Centre, University of Trieste; International Council on Alcoholism and Addictions (ICAA); Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Croatia
Publisher: Centre for Study and Control of Alcoholism and Other Addictions, Zagreb
Language: English
Editors: Vlatko Thaller
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of alcohol use and misuse as well as other addictive substances. Alcoholism publishes original scientific papers, review papers, preliminary communications, short communications, letters to the editor, and book reviews. All aspects of alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, and other addictive substances are welcome; including anatomy, biochemistry, neurochemistry, cell biology, pharmacology, toxicology, behaviour and psychology, social, anthropological, and legal aspects, and clinical problems. Alcoholismis directed at practitioners from all disciplines connected with addictions (e.g., medical doctors, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, psychologists, counsellors, criminologists, special educators). The journal's special interests include co-morbid conditions of alcoholism or other substance abuse with other psychiatric disorders, as well as addiction problems in transitional and mediterranean countries.
Submission Notes: Instructions to authors are included in each issue of the journal (and on journal website). Instructions for preparation of manuscripts submitted to Alcoholism are consistent with recommendations issued by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. All manuscripts should be written in English. Manuscripts should be sent to: Editorial Board, Alcoholism, 'Sestre Milosrdnice' University Hospital, Vinogradska c, 29, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia. Do not send manuscripts by email. Editor's email: vlatko.thaller@zg.tel.hr. Editor's Phone/Fax: 385 1 37 68 287; Contact email: Polydrug@univ.trieste.it; alcoholism@kbsm.hr
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Submission Address : Editorial Board, Alcoholism, 'Sestre Milosrdnice' University Hospital, Vinogradska c, 29, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia.
Web Address: http://www.alcoholism.kbsm.hr
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Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Abstracts, ADONIS, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, BIOSIS/Biological Abstracts, ETOH, Sociological Abstracts, Research Alert


Name: Alcologia - European Journal of Alcohol Studies
Country: Italy
Year established: 1998
Sponsorship: Società Italiana di Alcologia (SIA, Italian Society of Alcohology)
Publisher: Eurohealth Editors srl, Via Santo Stefano, 57 - 40125 Bologna, Italy.
Language: Italian
Editors: Giovanni Gasbarrini
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Alcologia is a cross-cultural journal publishing articles on all aspects of human alcohol use and misuse. It aims to provide a forum for European societies of 'alcohology' to exchange news and views and to promote interdisciplinary debate on alcohol in a broad sense. The journal publishes original research studies reviewed by peers for scientific merit, and contains sections with an informative and educational aim, including psychosocial reports and contributions on the production, storage, distribution and consumption of alcoholic beverages. Articles are welcome on sociological, economic, legal and public health topics and on any other area relating to alcohol and man.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts should be submitted in Italian or English in triplicate (with disk copy) to Editor, Alcologia, Eurohealth Editors, Via Santo Stefano, 57 - 40125 Bologna, Italy. Pages in excess of four per article are charged to the authors. For publisher contact info: tel. +39/051 263703 fax +39/051 238564 (Note: Consult journal website for submission advice, as the above data were compiled at a time when the journal editors were changing.)
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Web Address: http://www.alcologia.it/
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Abstracting/Indexing: EMBASE, Excerpta Medica, ETOH


Name: Alcoologie Et Addictologie ('Alcohol And Addiction Studies') [Formerly Bulletin De La Société Française D'alcoologie And Then Alcoologie']
Country: France
Year established: 1979
Sponsorship: Société Française d'Alcoologie (SFA)
Publisher: Princeps Éditions
Language: French
Editors: Michel Lejoyeux
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: This journal has a transdisciplinary approach to alcoholism and other addictions, and is of value to institutions, individuals, members of the SFA, and those who treat persons with alcohol dependency or other forms of dependency. The journal publishes original papers and review articles. Shorter articles also report personal studies under the heading 'Clinical Alcohol Studies'. The journal includes editorials, meeting reports, and headings devoted to news, books, university theses, teaching and a congress agenda. Special thematic issues are also published, as well as a 'Yearbook' every two years, containing the English translation of a selection of articles previouslu published in French. Alcoologie et Addictologie is the only French language journal with double refereeing. All articles, including commentaries and clinical notes, are peer-reviewed.
Submission Notes: Three hard copies of the manuscript, and its electronic version, should be sent by regular mail to: Pr Michel Lejoyeux, c/o Princeps Editions, 64 avenue du Général de Gaulle, F-92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux. An English and French abstract of no more than 200 words must be provided as well as a maximum of eight keywords . References should be numbered in the order of their appearance in the text and presented according to the Vancouver requirements.
Submission Email: princeps.jmd@orange.fr
Submission Address : Michel Lejoyeux, c/o Princeps Editions, 64 avenue du Général de Gaulle, F-92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux. Telephone: 33 (0)1 46 38 24 14 - Fax: 33 (0)1 40 95 72 15.
Web Address: http://www.sfalcoologie.asso.fr
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Abstracting/Indexing: PASCAL/CNRS, MILDT, ETOH/NIAAA, PsycINFO and SantéPsy


Name: Alkoholizm I Narkomania ['Alcohol And Drug Abuse']
Country: Poland
Year established: 1988
Sponsorship:
Publisher: Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology, Poland
Language: Polish
Editors: Jacek Moskalewicz
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Alkoholizm i Narkomania has been published since 1988 by the the Polish Psychiatric Association and the Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology. The aim of the journal is to strengthen and integrate the scientific community on the one hand, and to built bridges between science and practice, on the other. It acts as a forum for exchange of experiences between different professional worlds. Alkoholizm i Narkomania is addressed to the professionals doing research on psychoactive substances, to practitioners working in this field and to all interested in alcohol and drug problems. It has an interdisciplinary character and publishes articles on alcohol and other drug related problems, examined from the variety of perspectives, as basic research, clinical, epidemiological and social aspects. Many articles deal with specifically Polish alcohol and/or drug problems. The journal publishes original and review papers, book reviews, reports of scientific conferences, letters and notes. Each issue contains table of contents, abstracts and titles of tables as well as graphs in English.
Submission Notes: Guidelines for authors (both in Polish and English) are included in each issue of the journal and on the journal's website. Authors should prepare manuscripts with references numbered in the order, in which they are first mentioned in the text. The manuscript should preferably be submitted electronically, otherwise by mail with a soft copy on the disc. All articles, except for conference reports, book reviews, letters are peer reviewed.
Submission Email: ain@ipin.edu.pl
Submission Address : Alkoholizm i Narkomania, Department of Studies on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology, 9, Sobieskiego 02-957 Warsaw, Poland tel. (48-22)4582542 or (48-22)6427501;
Web Address: http://ain.ipin.edu.pl/
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Abstracting/Indexing: Index Copernicus


Name: Alkoholizmus A Drogove Zavislosti: Protialkoholicky Obzor ['Alcoholism And Drug Addiction: Antialcoholic Review']
Country: Slovakia
Year established: -
Sponsorship: Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava
Publisher: FRANKOLL s.r.o., Spitalska 35, 811 08 Bratislava, Slovac Republic.
Language: -
Editors: Eduard Kolibás
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement:
Submission Notes: Email for more information: obzor@obzor.sk. Telephone: +421/252961251; Fax: +421/252968395.
Submission Email:
Submission Address :
Web Address: http://www.obzor.sk
Submissions Web Address:
Abstracting/Indexing: N/A


Name: American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1974
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Language: English
Editors: Thomas Kosten, MD
Assistant/Regional Editors: Ralph Tarter, MD

Tracie Gardner, PhD
Mission statement: The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse is now published six times per year and provides an important and stimulating publication for exchange of ideas between the diverse researchers examining the neurobiology, pathophysiology and treatment of drug abuse and alcoholism. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse includes a wide range of translational research from preclinical through clinical aspects of substance abuse and dependence. The Journal covers these topics with focused data presentations and authoritative reviews of timely developments in our field. Manuscripts in neurobiology may include molecular biology, cellular physiology and human and animal pharmacology of abused drugs. Submissions in pathophysiology may include behavioral pharmacology, neuroimaging and family-genetic studies of addictions. Submissions related to treatments may include diagnostic assessments, pharmacotherapies, behavioral therapies, large scale treatment follow-up studies, and new modalities of care. Publication formats range from brief Rapid Reports of 1500 words to full length papers and reviews up to 5000 words.
Submission Notes: Dedicated to the presentation of essential aspects of drug and alcohol abuse by established workers in their respective fields, The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse provides a medically oriented forum for interchange of ideas between preclinical, clinical, and social modalities involved in the study and treatment of drug abuse and alcoholism. Generally, we will consider a series of cases that illustrate an important clinical or research issue as a regular article or Rapid Report. Single case reports are considered as letters to editor and would need to be 1000 words maximum with no tables or figures and no more than 5 references. Manuscripts should be submitted electronically via the journal's online submission system http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lada. Manuscripts should be prepared using MS Word or WordPerfect and should be 1500-2000 words in length, containing no more than 20-25 references. All figures and tables should be uploaded as separate files. The author will be asked to acknowledge that it the paper has not been published elsewhere and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyrighted material from other sources and are required to sign an agreement for the transfer of copyright to the publisher. All accepted manuscripts, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher.
Submission Email:
Submission Address : Submit online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lada
Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713597226~db=all
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lada
Abstracting/Indexing: Academic Search Complete, Biological Abstracts, Biomedical Reference Collection: Comprehensive, BIOSIS Previews, Consumer Health Complete, Current Contents®/Social and Behavioral Sciences, EMBASE, EMCARE, ETOH, Health and Safety Abstracts, Journal Citation Reports/ Social Sciences Edition, PASCAL, Popline, PsychInfo, PubMed/MedLine, Risk Abstracts, Social Sciences Citation Index®, Sociological Abstracts, Social SciSearch, Social Services Abstracts, SCOPUS


Name: Anuario de Investigación en Adicciones
Country: Mexico
Year established: -
Sponsorship: Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico
Publisher: -
Language: Spanish
Editors: Octavio Campollo Rivas
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Submission Notes: El Anuario publishes the following types of manuscripts: Editorials, research reports, brief reports, reviews, news from the field of addiction research, letters to the editor, special reports, related websites and events listings
Submission Email: calcohol@cucs.udg.mx
Submission Address : Calle Hospital #320, Tercer piso de la Antigua Escuela de Medicina, Col. El Retiro, CP 44280 Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico. Tel & fax: +33 11 99 49 23, +33 10 58 74 20
Web Address: http://www.cucs.udg.mx/avisos/anuario_investigacion_adicciones/index.htm
Submissions Web Address: -
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Name: Blutalkohol: Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift Für Die Medizinische Und Juristische Praxis ['Blood Alcohol: Scientific Journal For Medical And Legal Practice']
Country: Germany
Year established: 1961
Sponsorship: Bund gegen Alkohol und Drogen im Strassenverkehr e.V (German Society for Traffic Medicine)
Publisher: Bund gegen Alkohol und Drogen im Strassenverkehr e.V
Language: German
Editors: Legal Editor: Uwe Scheffler, Medical Editor: Klaus Püschel
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Mission statement: This journal is of use to lawyers (traffic safety), forensic scientists, and libraries/professionals from the field of jurisprudence (especially concerning alcohol, drugs, and traffic). Research reports are peer-reviewed.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts should be sent in German to Prof. Dr. Uwe Scheffler, Europa-Universität VIADRINA, Postfach 776, 15207 Frankfurt/Oder, Germany. Tel: 040/44 07 16 Fax: 040/410 76 16 Editor's email: blutalkohol@euv-frankfurt-o.de, or scheff@euv-frankfurt-o.de.
Submission Email: blutalkohol@euv-frankfurt-o.de
Submission Address : Prof. Dr. Uwe Scheffler, Europa-Universität VIADRINA, Postfach 776, 15207 Frankfurt/Oder, Germany. Prof. Dr. med. Klaus Püschel, Institut für Rechtsmedizin der Universität Hamburg, Butenfeld 34, 22529 Hamburg, bloodalcohol.medical_editor@rechtsmed-hh-de
Web Address: http://www.bads.de/BLUTALKOHOL/blutalkohol.htm
Submissions Web Address:
Abstracting/Indexing: N/A


Name: Chinese Journal Of Drug Dependence ( Formerly Chinese Bulletin On Drug Dependence)
Country: China
Year established: 1992
Sponsorship: Peking University
Publisher: National Institute on Drug Dependence Peking University
Language: Chinese
Editors: lu Lin
Assistant/Regional Editors: Zhao ChengZheng

Liu Zhimin

Li Jin

Hao Wei

Jiang Kaida
Mission statement: The Chinese Journal of Drug Dependence( CJDD) is the first scientific-technical periodical on drug abuse and drug dependence in China. It seeks to promote the discipline of drug dependence in its fullest diversity, through which one can get a general idea of the situation on drug abuse and drug dependence both nationally and internationally and obtain data for future studies in drug abuse prevention, treatment, research, epidemiology, and related problems such as HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment. The journal publishes articles covering medicine, pharmacy, law, administration, psychology, and sociology that are related to substance dependence and abuse problems. Articles fit into the following categories: reviews, original papers, case studies, conference reports, and forums. Areas covered include basic research, clinical studies, epidemiological investigation reports and HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, administration.
Submission Notes: Submit manuscripts (e.g., original paper, review, lecture, case study, forum, conference report) to the editorial board (NIDD Peking University Box 280 38 Xue Yuan Road Haidian District Beijing 100083 P.R. China); however, electronic submission by email is preferred (send manuscripts to: niddbmu@public3.bta.net.cn). Details of requirements for journal submission are published in the first issue every year. Contributions are welcome both nationally and internationally. Email Zhao Chengzheng, the executive editor of Chinese Journal of Drug Dependencefor more information at: zhaocz@bjmu.edu.cn. Editorin- Chief's email: linlu@bjmu.edu.cn and telephone: (86 10) 82802459. Journal Address: Chinese Journal of Drug Dependence, c/o National Institute on Drug Dependence Peking University, Box 280 38 Xueyuan Road Haidian District, Beijing, 100083, P.R. China
Submission Email: cjdd1992@bjmu.edu.cn
Submission Address : NIDD Peking University Box 280 38 Xue Yuan Road Haidian District Beijing 100083 P.R. China
Web Address: http://www.nidd.ac.cn/English/eindex.htm
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Abstracting/Indexing: Chemical Abstracts


Name: Contemporary Drug Problems
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1971
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Federal Legal Publications
Language: English
Editors: Robin Room
Assistant/Regional Editors: Craig Reinarman

Louis Gliksman
Mission statement: Contemporary Drug Problems is a refereed scholarly journal. Its orientation is multidisciplinary and international; it is open to any research paper that contributes to social and epidemiological knowledge concerning drug use and problems. In particular, the journal welcomes studies for which publication outlets are scanty, including policy and legal analyses, historical research, and qualitative analyses. Likewise, its book reviews are often of less commonly reviewed books. The journal is designed to provide practical guidance to attorneys, educators, social workers, administrators, sociologists, and doctors. Subject areas include alcohol and all other psychoactive drugs, licit and illicit.
Submission Notes: E-mail submission in Word or Word-readable text is preferred. If in paper form, one original and two copies should be sent to the Editor. An informative abstract of up to 150 words and up to 6 indexing keywords should be included. All textual material, including quotations, references and endnotes, should be doublespaced. Tables, charts and graphs -- each on a separate sheet of paper -- should be in camera-ready form. A full reference should be given for each citation, in a style that is consistent throughout the paper. Two main styles of referencing are encouraged: social science style, with author name/year of publication in the text and references at the end alphabetically by author; and legal style, with a superscript number in the text referring to a numbered endnote, and with references in the endnotes. A combination of endnotes and references arranged alphabetically by author is also acceptable. Manuscripts should be sent to: robinr@turningpoint.org.au Style sheets and other pertinent information are available from the Editor. Books for review should be sent to the Book Review Editor: Jim Baumohl, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, Bryn Mawr College, 300 Airdale Road, Bryn Mawr, PA, 19010.
Submission Email: robinr@turningpoint.org.au
Submission Address : Robin Room, Editor, Contemporary Drug Problems, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre 54-62 Gertrude St. Fitzroy, Vic. 3065 Australia
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Name: Current Drug Abuse Reviews
Country: The Netherlands
Year established: -2008
Sponsorship: -
Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers
Language: English
Editors: -Dr Joris C Verster
Assistant/Regional Editors: -Dr Patricia Conrod (UK)

-Dr Sherry Stewart (Canada)

-Dr Leslie Jacobsen (USA)

-Dr Maree Teesson (Australia)

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Mission statement: Current Drug Abuse Reviews aims to publish the highest quality reviews and meta-analyses on all latest advances on alcohol and drug abuse and addiction. The journal has a multidisciplinary scope and covers all the latest and outstanding developments in neurobiology, neuropsychopharmacology, addiction, behavioral effects, prevention, and treatment strategies on abuse of alcohol and both illicit and prescription drugs.
Submission Notes: For full review articles, the manuscript, written in English, should not exceed 70 pages in length (ca. 30 printed pages) and for mini-reviews a maximum of 40 pages in length (ca. 15 printed pages). The manuscript should be typed in double-spacing throughout on A-4 or US Letter (8.5x11 inches) paper. Dot matrix print or any print that is difficult to read is unacceptable. Two copies of the manuscript must accompany the original (along with a computer disk) and should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief at his address. All pages should be numbered. Abbreviations should be defined the first time they are used in the manuscript and a list of abbreviations used should also be provided.
Submission Email: cdar@bentham.org
Submission Address : Dr. Joris C. Verster, Editor-in-Chief, Current Drug Abuse Reviews, Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences (UIPS), Faculty of Science, Section Psychopharmacology (W038A), Utrecht University, P.O. Box 80082 3508 TB Utrecht, The Netherlands Tel: +31 30 253 69 09 Fax: +31 30 253 7900 E-mail J.C.Verster@uu.nl
Web Address: http://www.bentham.org/cdar
Submissions Web Address: http://www.bentham.org/cdar
Abstracting/Indexing: Chemical Abstracts


Name: Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Country: United States
Year established: 1975
Sponsorship: The College on Problems of Drug Dependence
Publisher: Elsevier
Language: English
Editors: Robert L. Balster (Editor-in-Chief)
Assistant/Regional Editors: Deborah Hasin, Associate Editor: Comorbidity, Psychiatric Epidemiology, Etiology, Nosology and Genetics

Steffanie A. Strathdee, Associate Editor: Etiology, Epidemiology, Prevention and Policy

Kathryn A. Cunninhgam, Associate Editor: Neuroscience and Molecular Biology

Chris-Ellyn Johanson, Associate Editor: Animal and Human Behavioral Pharmacology

Eric C. Strain, Associate Editor: Treatment and Services

Wim van den Brink, Associate Editor: Etiology, Treatment and Human Genetics
Mission statement: Drug and Alcohol Dependenceis an international journal devoted to publishing original research, scholarly reviews and policy analyses in the areas of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and dependence. Articles range from studies of the chemistry of substances of abuse, their actions at molecular and cellular sites, in vitro and in vivo investigations of their biochemical, pharmacological and behavioural actions, laboratory-based and clinical research in humans, substance abuse treatment and prevention research, and studies employing methods from genetics, epidemiology, sociology, anthropology and economics. The goals of the journal are to provide researchers, clinicians, and policy makers access to material from all perspectives and to facilitate the transfer of scientific findings to successful treatment and prevention practices. The journal publishes full-length original research articles, short communications, and reviews. Occassional commentaries are solicted by the editors.
Submission Notes: Instructions to authors are published online and all submissions are online (website given below). Consult a recent issue of the journal for examples of journal style. All correspondence, including the Editor's decision and request for revisions, will be processed through the electronic system and will reach the corresponding author by email. Authors may send queries concerning the submission process or journal procedures to Sharon Nelson in the Central Editorial Office at dad@vcu.edu. For further details on how to submit online, please refer to the online EES Tutorial for authors. Alternatively please contact the Author Support Team at esubmissionsupport@elsevier.com. Upon request, Elsevier will provide Japanese authors with a list of people who can check and improve the English of their paper (before submission, contact: Elsevier Japan, 4F Higashi-Azabu, 1-Chome Bldg, 1-9-15 Higashi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0044, Japan, Phone: (03)-5561-5032; Fax: (03)-5561-5045; email: jp.info@elsevier.com).
Submission Email: dad@vcu.edu
Submission Address : All submissions must be submitted electronically at the website address shown below.
Web Address: http://www.ees.elsevier.com/dad
Submissions Web Address: http://www.ees.elsevier.com/dad
Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Abstracts, BIOSIS, Bibliographie Internationale/PASCAL, Chemical Abstracts/CA Search, Current Contents/Current Contents Search, EMBASE, ETOH, Elsevier BIOBASE, HealthSTAR, ISI/Clinical Medicine Citation Index, Index Medicus/MEDLINE/PubMed, Life Science Collection, Psychological Abstracts/PsychINFO, Research Alert, Science Citation Index/SciSearch, Scopus, Social Science Citation Index/Social SciSearch, Sociological Abstracts, TOXIBASE


Name: Drug and Alcohol Review
Country: Australia
Year established: 1982
Sponsorship: Australian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD)
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Language: English
Editors: Robin Room
Assistant/Regional Editors: Ronald Knibbe (EUROPE)

Tim Stockwell (AMERICAS)
Mission statement: Drug and Alcohol Review is an international forum for the views, expertise and experience of all those involved in the study of treatment of alcohol, tobacco and drug problems. It is of value to workers in the fields of biomedical as well as clinical, epidemiological, psychosocial, sociocultural, educational and medico-legal research. Contributors to this refereed journal examine and report on alcohol and drug abuse from a wide range of clinical, biomedical, psychological and sociological standpoints. Contributions include original papers, reviews, commentaries, brief communications and conference proceedings. Letters to the editor and book reviews are also welcomed. Drug and Alcohol Review particularly encourages papers that have a harm reduction perspective.
Submission Notes: Authors should submit articles electronically online at Manuscript Central: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/dar, please read the Instructions for Authors at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291465-3362/homepage/ForAuthors.html before starting your submission. Abstracts should be structured and the Vancouver system of referencing should be used. Queries can be made by email: dar@apsad.org.au. Editor's Address: Robin Room, c/- Drug & Alcohol Review, PO Box 73, Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia. Website: http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/DAR; http://www.apsad.org.au/ (see 'Drug and Alcohol Review')
Submission Email: dar@apsad.org.au
Submission Address : Editorial Officer, Drug and Alcohol Review, PO Box 73, Surry Hills, NSW 2010, Australia. Tel: +61 2 9331 7747, Fax: +61 2 9331 7789, Email: dar@apsad.org.au
Web Address: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291465-3362
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/dar
Abstracting/Indexing: " ASSIA: Applied Social Sciences Index & Abstracts (ProQuest), Criminal Justice Abstracts (Sage), CSA Biological Sciences Database (ProQuest), CSA Environmental Sciences & Pollution Management Database (ProQuest), IBIDS: International Bibliographic Information on Dietary Supplements (NIH), MEDLINE (NLM), National Criminal Justice Reference Service Abstracts Database (NCJRS), Neurosciences Abstracts (ProQuest), ProQuest Discovery (ProQuest), ProQuest Education Journals (ProQuest), PsycINFO (APA), PSYNDEX (ZPID), Social Services Abstracts (ProQuest), Sociological Abstracts (ProQuest), VINITI (All-Russian Institute of Science & Technological Information), Violence & Abuse Abstracts (Sage)


Name: Drugs and Alcohol Today (formerly The Drug and Alcohol Professional)
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Year established: 2001
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing (Brighton) Ltd
Language: English
Editors: Gary Hayes
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Drugs and Alcohol Todayis a quarterly journal that has a practical approach to the problems associated with alcohol and drug use. The journal aims to be a first reference point for those professionals having face-to-face contact with the individual experiencing harmful consequences of their substance abuse. The journal features findings from the latest, peer-reviewed papers and encourages open debate and expression around issues of policy and professional practice. For the professional working in residential settings, inpatient settings, community settings, and forensic services, the journal addresses issues of quality and importance, by identifying new opportunities, initiatives and concepts that can be incorporated into everyday practice. Note: Articles published in Drugs and Alcohol Todayare not formally peer-reviewed, although articles are reviewed by members of the Editorial Board prior to publication.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts should be submitted to: Gary Hayes, Policy & Campaigns Officer, Turning Point, New Loom House, 101 Backchurch Lane, London E1 1LU. Editor's email: Gary.Hayes@turning-point.co.uk. Publisher's email: info@pavpub.com
Submission Email: Gary.Hayes@turning-point.co.uk
Submission Address : Gary Hayes, Policy & Campaigns Officer, Turning Point, New Loom House, 101 Backchurch Lane, London E1 1LU.
Web Address: http://www.pavpub.com/pavpub/journals
Submissions Web Address:
Abstracting/Indexing: British Nursing Index, CareData, CINAHL, e-psyche, Sociological Abstracts, Social Services Abstracts, Worldwide Political Science Abstracts


Name: Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy
Country: United Kingdom
Year established: 1994
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Informa Healthcare
Language: English
Editors: Betsy Thom
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Drugs: education, prevention & policy is a refereed journal which aims to provide a forum for communication and debate between policy makers, practitioners and researchers concerned with social and health policy responses to legal and illicit drug use and drug-related harm. The journal publishes multi-disciplinary research papers, commentaries and reviews on policy, prevention and harm reduction issues regarding the use and misuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. It is journal policy to encourage submissions which reflect different cultural, historical and theoretical approaches to the development of policy and practice. The Editor welcomes contributions based on original research, policy discussion, evaluations of policy and practice, literature reviews, and papers which examine historical and cultural aspects of substance use and social responses to use and problematic use. Short contributions are also welcome for two new sections in the journal: Policy News will aim to provide information and discussion on current policy developments and issues of national or international importance in prevention or harm reduction Conference Reports is intended to provide brief accounts, from the contributor's point of view, of the themes and outcomes from national or international conferences.
Submission Notes: Drugs: education, prevention and policy is a refereed journal which welcomes original articles from all parts of the world on issues relating to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Further information about the journal including links to the online sample copy and contents pages can be found on the informaworld.com journal home page http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713412630. Manuscripts: Manuscripts should be between 3000-5000 words. Shorter papers of approximately 1,500 words are also acceptable and may be published more rapidly. Papers should be typed, double spaced (including the references), with margins of at least 2.5 cm (1 inch). All pages must be numbered. All submissions should be made online at Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy's Manuscript Central site http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cdep. New users should first create an account. Once a user is logged onto the site submissions should be made via the Author Centre.
Submission Email:
Submission Address : Submit online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cdep
Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713412630~db=all
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cdep
Abstracting/Indexing: Drugs: education, prevention & policy is indexed in Addiction Abstracts, Alcohol and Alcohol Problems Science Database (ETOH), Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, ASSIA (Applied Social Science Index and Abstracts), British Education Index, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA), Combined Health Information Database (CHID), CPP Online/CDP-File, Current Contents/Social & Behavioural Sciences, Current Research Literature; DRUGAB (Computer database of the Swedish Council for Information on Alcohol and Other Drugs), Drug Abuse: current research on alcohol and drug dependence, EBSCO Online, Electronic Library For Social Care, ERIC, e-psyche, Health & Safety Science Abstracts, Family Index Database, National Criminal Justice Reference Service; Psychological Abstracts/PsycLIT/PsycINFO, Research Alert, Risk Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts; Social Services Abstracts; Social Sciences Citation Index; Social SciSearch; Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts and TOXIBASE.


Name: European Addiction Research
Country: Switzerland
Year established: 1995
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: S. Karger AG (Basel)
Language: English
Editors: Wim van den Brink & Christian Haasen
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: European Addiction Research is a unique international forum for the exchange of interdisciplinary information and expert opinions on all aspects of addiction research. The journals broad scope and cross-cultural perspective reflect the importance of a comprehensive approach to resolving the problems of substance abuse and addiction in Europe. Coverage ranges from clinical and research advances in the fields of psychiatry, biology, pharmacology and epidemiology to the social, and legal implications of policy decisions. The goal is to facilitate open discussion among those interested in the scientific and clinical aspects of prevention, diagnosis and therapy as well as in legal issues.
Submission Notes: Only original papers written in English will be considered. Please submit your manuscript online at www.karger.com/ear_guidelines.
Submission Email:
Submission Address : European Addiction Research no longer accepts hard copy or disk submissions, or submissions by email. Please submit your manuscript online.
Web Address: http://www.karger.com/ear
Submissions Web Address: http://karger.com/ear_guidelines
Abstracting/Indexing: Index Medicus/MEDLINE, Reference Update, Current Contents, TOXIBASE, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Social Sciences Citation Index


Name: Exartisis (Addictions)
Country: Greece
Year established: 2002
Sponsorship: KETHEA ('Therapy Centre for Dependent Individuals'; an NGO with special consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council, or ECOSOC)
Publisher: KETHEA
Language: Greek
Editors: Gerassimos Notaras
Assistant/Regional Editors: Anna Tsiboukli
Mission statement: Exartisisis the first Greek scientific journal specializing in the problems of addictions. The aim of the journal is to follow national and international developments in the field of addictions and to promote the dissemination of scientific information in this field in Greece. The journal is comprised of two main parts: 1) original research papers from scientists in Greece and 2) a selection of translated papers (English to Greek) from the journal Addiction. The journal also publishes book reviews, and important information regarding meetings, conferences, publications, etc., for professionals in Greece.
Submission Notes: Two double-spaced hard copies of each manuscript (plus one copy in e-format) should be sent to: Gerassimos Notaras, Editor, Exartisis, KETHEA, 24 Sorvolou Str., 116 36 Athens, Greece. Each manuscript should include an abstract in both Greek and English. Original research articles are encouraged. For more information: Phone: 210-9241993-6; Fax: 210-9241986. Editor's email: exartisis@kethea.gr.
Submission Email: exartisis@kethea.gr
Submission Address : Gerassimos Notaras, Editor, Exartisis, KETHEA, 24 Sorvolou Str., 116 36 Athens, Greece
Web Address: http://www.kethea.gr
Submissions Web Address: www.exartiseis.gr
Abstracting/Indexing: N/A


Name: Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1993
Sponsorship: American Psychological Association
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Language: English
Editors: Nancy K. Mello (formerly Warren K. Bickel)
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology publishes advances in translational and interdisciplinary research on psychopharmacology and drug abuse. The scope of research in these areas continues to expand, and to benefit from collaborations across a broad range of disciplines, including behavioral science, brain imaging, genetics, neuroendocrinology, neuroscience and pharmacology. One goal of the journal is to encourage increased attention to biologic factors that may influence both the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic effects of drugs. Recent research has shown the importance of examining the effects of gender and menstrual/estrous cycle phase on the effects of abused drugs, as well as responses to medications for the treatment of drug abuse and the alleviation of pain. The journal publishes original reports on the development and evaluation of new pharmacotherapies, the influence of genetics and hormones on responses to abused drugs and treatment medications, the pharmacological management of pain, and brain imaging studies of the neural correlates of drug effects. The journal will focus on clinical laboratory studies and controlled clinical medication trials as well as basic preclinical experiments on psychopharmacology and drug abuse. The journal also will include comprehensive and integrative reviews of advances in research on psychopharmacology. These reviews should provide a broad perspective on a particular area of research or trace the development of critical concepts and experimental approaches. Each year, the journal will recognize young investigators who are recipients of the Young Psychopharmacologist Award or the Best Dissertation Award, as well as mid-career and senior scientists who receive the Brady-Schuster Award from APA Division 28, Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse. Awardees will be invited to submit a review paper based on their award-winning research. The journal may occasionally publish innovations in psychopharmacology that report a novel method, measure or result. Commentary on the nature and implications of the innovation may be invited. The overall goal is to provide a forum for innovative clinical and preclinical research that advances our understanding of the behavioral and biological determinants of the effects of drugs.
Submission Notes: Instructions for submissions (in detail) on website: http://www.apa.org/journals/pha/submission.html Manuscript submissions to Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology should be submitted electronically through the Manuscript Submission Portal. General correspondence may be directed to Nancy K. Mello , PhD, Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, McLean Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, 115 Mill Street, Belmont, MA, 02478-9106 (email: apa-ecp-ed@mclean.harvard.edu ).
Submission Email:
Submission Address : http://www.jbo.com/jbo3/submissions/dsp_jbo.cfm?journal_code=pha
Web Address: http://www.apa.org/journals/pha.html
Submissions Web Address: http://www.apa.org/journals/pha/submission.html
Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Abstracts, Biological Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, Current Contents, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, PsycINFO, Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Sciences Index


Name: International Gambling Studies
Country: Australia
Year established: 2001
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Routledge Publishing (part of the Taylor and Francis Group)
Language: English
Editors: Alex Blaszczynski
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: International Gambling Studies is a peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal in gambling studies. Launched by a team of international experts with a commitment to the highest scholarly standards, International Gambling Studies adopts a transnational and comparative approach to the challenges posed by the global expansion of gambling in the 21st century. International Gambling Studies seeks to: be a leading voice for analysis and research in gambling studies, presenting work on the theory, methods, practice and history of gambling; encourage the application of perspectives from all social sciences including sociology, psychology, anthropology, statistics, economics, education, history, law, political science, community studies, management, industrial relations, leisure and tourism studies; overcome the divide between the theory and empirical research; advance excellence in gambling studies by integrating academic and industry perspectives, encouraging comparative studies and critical analysis; encourage articles that offer a new theoretical argument, provide new data or use an innovative methodological approach or mode of analysis; give theoretical and analytical expression to the intellectual and policy challenges in contemporary gambling; enhance the public relevance of gambling studies in the context of contemporary society and global economic development; and appeal to a wide readership. While contributing to new developments at the cutting edge of theory and method, the journal will be broadly accessible to practitioners, students and policy makers. International Gambling Studies features a forum section that contains review essays, symposia and debates. This section will encourage scholarly debate, publishing readers' responses to individual articles, short opinion pieces and conference information.
Submission Notes: Submit online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rigs
Submission Email:
Submission Address :
Web Address: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/14459795.asp
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rigs
Abstracting/Indexing: International Gambling Studies is covered by the following abstracting, indexing and citation services: CABI and Hospitality & Tourism Index; PsycINFO; ASSIA; Sociological Abstracts; Social Services Abstracts; Worldwide Political Science Abstracts; and PAIS International


Name: International Journal of Drug Policy
Country: Netherlands
Year established: 1989
Sponsorship: International Harm Reduction Association
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Language: English
Editors: Tim Rhodes [Honorary Editor-in-Chief: Gerry Stimson]
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: The International Journal of Drug Policy provides a forum for the dissemination of current research, reviews, debate, and critical analysis on drug use and drug policy in a global context. It seeks to publish material on the social, political, legal, and health contexts of psychoactive substance use, both licit and illicit. The journal is particularly concerned to explore the effects of drug policy and practice on drug-using behaviour and its health and social consequences. It is the policy of the journal to represent a wide range of material on drug-related matters from around the world.
Submission Notes: IJDP uses an electronic submsission system. Manuscripts should be submitted to electronically at http://ees.elsevier.com/drugpo/ Please email the editorial office if you have any enquiries/problems about using this system (ijdp@imperial.ac.uk). See guide for authors at http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/600949/authorinstructions Authors in Japan please note: If you would like information about how to have the English of your paper checked, corrected, and improved (before submission), please contact our Tokyo office, which will inform you of the services provided by language correctors: Editorial Service, Elsevier Science Japan, 1-9-15 Higashi Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0044, Japan; Tel:(+81) 3-5561-5032; Fax:(+81)3-5561-5045; Email: info@elsevier.co.jp.
Submission Email: ijdp@imperial.ac.uk
Submission Address : The IJDP Editorial Office, The Centre for Research on Drugs and Health Behaviour, Department of Social Science and Medicine, Imperial College School of Medicine, St Dunstan's Road, London, W6 8RP, United Kingdom Email: ijdp@imperial.ac.uk
Web Address: http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/600949/description#description
Submissions Web Address: http://ees.elsevier.com/drugpo/
Abstracting/Indexing: ASSIA, Addiction Abstracts, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, EMBASE, Elsevier BIOBASE, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, MEDLINE, Scopus, Social Services Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts


Name: International Journal of Drug Testing
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1995
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Self-published on the Internet
Language: English
Editors: Tom Miecszkowski
Assistant/Regional Editors: Cecil Greek
Mission statement: This multidisciplinary, refereed journal is devoted to the publication of scientific research, technical applications, policy studies, and other articles pertinent to the use of various biological specimens for evaluating exposure to psychoactive drugs. The journal has several areas of emphasis. One is the promotion of research devoted to new and emerging approaches to drug testing, such as hair, saliva, and sweat analysis. While papers devoted to more mature technologies (e.g., urine testing, or blood and plasma analysis) will be considered, the journal is particularly interested in innovative, experimental, and unconventional analytic matrices. The journal will also consider papers based on applications in various experimental, quasi-experimental, and field settings. 'Applications' are broadly defined and include drug testing for epidemiological research, implementation of novel techniques in forensic settings, the experimentation or use of these techniques in other legal, medical-therapeutic, and related areas. The journal also welcomes papers discussing policies, ethics, and other timely issues that are germane to the technologies, their applications, and the implications of their use. There is no cost of any type assessed to the journal readership. Any person with Internet access has access to the journal.
Submission Notes: The journal requires citations and references to be in the style of the American Psychological Association (see Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th ed.). The journal requires manuscripts to be submitted in English, although the journal will also post articles that have been accepted for publication in any other language requested by the author, provided the author furnishes a suitable translation. Authors must submit their material in electronic format on a 3.5' IBM compatible disk. The journal can accept publications in the following formats: WordPerfect, Microsoft Word, AmiPro/WordPro. Since the journal is in electronic format, certain innovative capabilities are possible, such as sound, animation, or direct provision of datafiles to readers. Any author contemplating using any of these features needs to contact the editors. Authors must submit only original material and simultaneous submissions are not acceptable. Manuscripts should be sent to: International Journal of Drug Testing, Editorial Office, University of South Florida, 140 Seventh Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33701, USA. The journal will also accept manuscripts sent via the Internet; they can be transmitted via standard FTP procedures (FTP files to ftp://www.criminology.fsu.edu/uploads). Alternately, authors can also send their manuscripts as email attachments to regular email messages. Authors are required to follow any FTP or email submission with a paper copy of the article via surface mail. Email submissions can be sent to mieczkow@chuma1.cas.usf.edu as file attachments to a message alerting us to the desire to submit.
Submission Email: mieczkow@chuma1.cas.usf.edu
Submission Address : International Journal of Drug Testing, Editorial Office, University of South Florida, 140 Seventh Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33701, USA
Web Address: http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/journal/
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Abstracting/Indexing: N/A


Name: International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction
Country: Canada
Year established: 2003
Sponsorship: National Institute for Public Health & Mental Health Research, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand; Department of Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry, West Virginia University, U.S.A.
Publisher: Springer science & business media (http://www.springer-sbm.de)
Language: English
Editors: Masood Zengeneh
Assistant/Regional Editors: Alex Grunfeld

Alex Blaszczynski
Mission statement: The International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction offers a forum for up-to-date information and developments in mental health and addiction-related research, policy, phenomenology, literature, and treatment. Through publishing high-quality peer-reviewed articles, it is our aim to seek and lead an international debate on mental health and addiction-related issues, and to help make sense of how mental health and addiction affect individuals and communities. Beginning in 2006, The IJMA Journal will be published by Springer on a quarterly basis. We welcome the submission of articles for publication in the IJMA Journal by researchers, clinicians, educators, frontline workers, other allied health professionals and community stakeholders.
Submission Notes: The International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction (IJMA) Journal offers an Internet- and print-based forum for up-to-date information and developments in mental health and addiction-related research, policy, phenomenology, literature, and treatment. Through publishing high quality peer-reviewed articles, it is our aim to establish and lead an international debate on mental health and addiction, and to help make sense of how issues of mental health and addiction affect individuals and communities. Papers may be submitted under one of the following categories: Letters to the editor Regular articles Letters of law Brief reports Clinical case studies Commentaries Book reviews News updates (research, education and clinical) Submissions must be in English, 12-point Times New Roman text, double-spaced, left-justified and paginated for letter size. Papers should be no more than 6,000 words and should be accompanied by an abstract of 100 to 150 words. Sexist or racist language should not be used. Colloquial or highly-specialized language should be avoided whenever possible. Statistics are acceptable but must be explained in simple terms. The full names of authors and their academic or professional affiliations should be included. The postal address, phone number, fax and email contact details should be included only for the primary author. Do not include page numbers, headers, footers, formatted text or endnotes. Any diagrams, figures or tables must be in black and white, and only in an attachment format.
Submission Email: masood.zangeneh@utoronto.ca
Submission Address : https://www.editorialmanager.com/ijmh/
Web Address: http://www.springer.com/public+health/journal/11469
Submissions Web Address: https://www.editorialmanager.com/ijmh/
Abstracting/Indexing: PsychInfo EBSCO Information Services PSYCLINE Social Services Abstracts Sociological Abstracts


Name: Japanese Journal of Alcohol Studies & Drug Dependence
Country: Japan
Year established: 1966
Sponsorship: Japanese Medical Society of Alcohol & Drug Studies
Publisher: Japanese Medical Society of Alcohol & Drug Studies
Language: Japanese
Editors: S. Ohkuma
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: To provide a peer-reviewed journal for Japan that communicates scholarly and research information about alcohol and drug dependence to a broad audience of medical doctors with different specialties including psychiatry, internal medicine, pharmacology, legal medicine, clinical medicine, and public health.
Submission Notes: Please prepare manuscripts as follows: Original papers: summary in english (no more than 300 words), 5 or less key words, introduction, subjects and methods, results, discussion, (acknowledgements), references. Write the following items on the first page: title, authors' names, institutions and their addresses in english; running title (no more than 40 characters); first author's address, email and telephone and fax number; page count for text, figures and tables; total page count. Review articles and case reports must be prepared in the same way as original papers. Short communications should not exceed 1500 words, including an abstract of no more than 150 words, references, tables and figures.
Submission Email:
Submission Address : All manuscripts submitted for publication and all scientific correspondence as well as news should be sent to: Editorial office, Japanese Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drug Dependence, c/o Dept of Psychiatry, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kawaramachi-Hirokoji, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto 602-8566, Japan
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Abstracting/Indexing: N/A


Name: Jornal Brasileiro De Dependencias Quimicas ['Brazilian Journal Of Addictions'] (Formerly Alcool E Drogas - Revista Da Abead)
Country: Brazil (Brasil)
Year established: 1998
Sponsorship: Associação Brazileira de Estudos do Álcool e outras Drogas (ABEAD)
Publisher: Publishing Solutions (Brasil)
Language: Portuguese Spanish
Editors: Sérgio Nicastri
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: In magazine format, this journal features refereed articles that meet international scientific requirements. JBDQpublishes original research, reviews, commentaries, and policy analyses. It features studies on issues in biochemistry and pharmacology, and articles on treatment and prevention.
Submission Notes: Submitted work can be written in Portuguese, English, or Spanish, and must apply to one of the different sections of the journal. Manuscripts should be sent to: Sérgio Nicastri, Jornal Brasileiro de Dependências Químicas, Rua João Moura, 647, 19o andar, conjunto 191, 05412-911 São Paulo, SP, Brasil. The Editors should receive three hard copies of the text (fax messages are not accepted); and one floppy disk copy (identify the PC word processing program used and the file name). For the presentation of scientific works, the JBDQadopts international standards as established by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, also known as the Vancouver group. Contact jbdq@terra.com.br for more information. Editor's email: snicastr@uol.com.br. Associate Editor Silvia Brasiliano's email: brasili@aclnet.com.br. Telefax (ABEAD): +55 (11) 3085-4815 e +55 (11) 3891-1207.
Submission Email: snicastr@uol.com.br
Submission Address : Sérgio Nicastri, Jornal Brasileiro de Dependências Químicas, Rua João Moura, 647, 19o andar, conjunto 191, 05412-911 São Paulo, SP, Brasil
Web Address: http://www.abead.com.br/asp/jbdq.asp
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Abstracting/Indexing: N/A


Name: Journal of Addiction Medicine
Country: United States
Year established: 2007
Sponsorship: American Society of Addiction Medicine
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Language: English
Editors: Senior Editor: George Koob
Assistant/Regional Editors: Co-Editors: Shannon C. Miller, Martha J. Wunsch

Managing Editor: Michael A. Arends

Statistical Editor: Christopher W. Kahler

Production Editor: Chris Baeuerlein

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Mission statement: The mission of the Journal of Addiction Medicine (JAM), the official journal of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), is to promote excellence in the practice of addiction medicine and clinical research. JAM functions independently from ASAM in terms of its editorial content. Published quarterly, JAM should be considered indispensable reading for all physicians and other health professionals who need to keep up-to-date with the science and treatment of addiction-related disorders. Peer-reviewed articles published in JAM will focus on interesting, important, and clinically relevant developments in addiction medicine arrived at via methodologically sound processes. Topics are as wide-ranging as the interests of clinicians and scientists. These include clinical and pre-clinical issues, treatment innovations, as well as topics in ethical, economic, forensic, and social areas.
Submission Notes: Submit online at http://www.editorialmanager.com/jam/
Submission Email: marends@scripss.edu
Submission Address :
Web Address: http://www.journaladdictionmedicine.com
Submissions Web Address: http://www.editorialmanager.com/jam/
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Name: Journal of Addictions Nursing
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1989
Sponsorship: International Nurses Society on Addictions
Publisher: Informa Healthcare
Language: English
Editors: Christine Vourakis
Assistant/Regional Editors: Editorial Coordinator: Gerardine A. C. McLean

Associate Editor: Karen Allen

Associate Editor: William Lorman

Associate Editor: Shirley A. Murphy

Associate Editor: Diane Snow

Associate Editor: Ann Solari-Twadell
Mission statement: The Journal of Addictions Nursing, the official journal of the International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA), is a peer reviewed quarterly international journal publishing original articles on current research, issues, practices and innovations as they relate to the field of addictions. Submissions are solicited from professional nurses and other healthcare professionals engaged in treatment, prevention, education, research, and consultation. Each issue of the Journal of Addictions Nursing contains original full-length papers as well as several regular feature sections: Perspectives features points of view and commentaries on relevant issues Resource Watch provides summaries and critiques of books, videos, and CAI Innovative Roles examines unique roles that nurses in addictions are implementing Research Reviews offers summaries and critiques of research studies in the field The Journal publishes occasional special issues that explore important topics in the field of addictions nursing in depth. The Journal also offers continuing education credits for nursing addiction professionals.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts should be submitted online via the journal's Manuscript Central site - http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ujan. Paper submissions will not be accepted. Files are best submitted with the text supplied as Microsoft Word files an all table & figure files submitted as separate individual files. Submissions must include a cover letter listing the authors' work and home telephone numbers and addresses, titles, affiliations, credentials, degrees, and small biographical sketches. Each article must contain an ABSTRACT. Manuscripts should be original, never before published, and not submitted simultaneously to another publication. Do not include author name(s) or other identification on manuscript pages to preserve review anonymity.
Submission Email:
Submission Address :
Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713669403
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ujan
Abstracting/Indexing: The Journal of Addictions Nursing is currently indexed and abstracted in CABI, CINAHL, Current Contents®/Social and Behavioral Sciences, EMCARE, ETOH, ISI, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, PsychInfo, SciSearch, Social Sciences Citation Index®, Social Scisearch®, SCOPUS


Name: Journal of Addictive Diseases
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1981
Sponsorship:
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Language: English
Editors: Barry Stimmel
Assistant/Regional Editors:
Mission statement: This refereed journal covers current topics in the alcoholism and substance abuse field and devotes an entire issue to each topic. It publishes articles on research, treatment, and public policy in addiction medicine, etiology, epidemiology, and clinical care. The Journal is the only theme-oriented journal in the addictive disease field that focuses on clinical research and treatment. Its audience includes physicians, psychiatrists, and therapists specializing in addictions and addictions treatment, as well as researchers, clinical experts, and professors interested in alcoholism/substance abuse. Articles dealing with all of the addictions, not just those solely related to chemical dependency, are considered.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts should only be submitted electronically to http://www.editorialmanager.com/jad/ Follow American Medical Association style for citations in the text and Reference Section. Authors must complete a Manuscript Submission & Limited Copyright Transfer Form (See "2. Copyright").
Submission Email:
Submission Address :
Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/wjad
Submissions Web Address: http://www.editorialmanager.com/jad/
Abstracting/Indexing: Abstracts in Anthropology, Addiction Abstracts, AgeLine Database, Behavioural Medicine Abstracts (Annals of Behavioural Medicine), Biosciences Information Service of Biological Abstracts (BIOSIS), Business Source Corporate, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Child Development Abstracts & Bibliography, CINAHL, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Criminal Justice Periodical Index, Current Contents/Social & Behavioural Sciences, Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse, e-psyche, Educational Administration Abstracts (EAA), Educational Research Abstracts (ERA), EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Family & Society Studies Worldwide, Family Index Database, Index Guide to College Journals, Index Medicus (National Library of Medicine), Index to Periodical Articles Related to Law, Injury Prevention Web, International Pharmaceutical Abstracts, ISI Web of Science, MANTIS (Manual, Alternative and Natural Therapy), Medical Documentation Service, MEDLINE (National Library of Medicine), National Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion (NCCDPHP), OCLC ArticleFirst, PASCAL, Psychological Abstracts (PsycINFO), RESEARCH ALERT/ISI Alerting Services, Sage Family Studies Abstracts (SFSA), Sage Urban Studies Abstracts (SUSA), Sexual Diversity Studies: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Abstracts, Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Scisearch, Social Services Abstracts, Social Work Abstracts, SocIndex (EBSCO), Sociological Abstracts (SA), Spanish Technical Information System on Drug Abuse Prevention 'Sistema de Informacion Tecnica Sobre Prevention del Abuso de Drogas' (in Spanish), Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts, SwetsNet, TOXIBASE, Violence and Abuse Abstracts: A Review of Current Literature on Interpersonal Violence (VAA),


Name: Journal of Alcohol & Drug Education
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1955
Sponsorship: American Alcohol and Drug Information Foundation
Publisher: American Alcohol and Drug Information Foundation
Language: English
Editors: Manoj Sharma, MBBS, Ph.D., Editor
Assistant/Regional Editors: Dennis D. Bryde, Ph.D., Journal Executive

Thomas E. Woods, M.A., J.D., Associate Editor
Mission statement: The Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education (JADE) serves as a forum for various educational philosophies and different points of view concerning alcohol and drugs. It reports teacher experience and experiments. It provides a reference for actual teaching materials, and a factual guide for prevention techniques and procedures. It also is concerned with new programs of education that are appropriate to the community, the church and the family. The Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education encourages submission of reports of empirical studies, review articles (including meta-analyses), theoretical articles, methodological articles, and case studies pertaining to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Educational and ecological intervention studies are especially encouraged.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts shall be prepared following the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). Manuscripts shall not exceed 20 double-spaced pages in length, including tables and references but excluding the title page and the abstract page.
Submission Email: manoj.sharma@uc.edu
Submission Address : Manoj Sharma, MBBS, Ph.D., Editor, JADE Health Promotion and Education University of Cincinnati 526 Teachers College P.O. Box 210068 Cincinnati, OH 45221-0068
Web Address: http://www.jadejournal.org
Submissions Web Address: http://www.jadejournal.org
Abstracting/Indexing: Cinahl


Name: Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Country: Hungary
Year established: 2012
Sponsorship: -
Publisher: Akadémiai Kiadó
Language: English
Editors: Zsolt Demetrovics
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Mission statement: The aim of the journal is to create a forum for the scientific information exchange with regard to behavioral addictions. The journal is a broad focused interdisciplinary one that publishes manuscripts on different approaches of non-substance addictions, research reports focusing on the addictive patterns of various behaviors, especially disorders of the impulsive-compulsive spectrum, and also publishes reviews in these topics. Coverage ranges from genetic and neurobiological research through psychological and clinical psychiatric approaches to epidemiological, sociological and anthropological aspects.
Submission Notes: All submissions should be sent to the following e-mail address: jba@ppk.elte.hu. All manuscript submissions should be accompanied by a cover letter. The cover letter should include statements regarding Authorship, Disclosure, and Ethical Statements. Also, it may include a list of 4 suggested reviewers, their affiliations and their e-mail addresses. Guidelines for authors at http://static.akkrt.hu/media/2/4/3/2/2/24322.pdf
Submission Email: jba@ppk.elte.hu
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Web Address: http://www.akademiai.com/content/122266/?p=1e8ebce370a84fc98468ae32f908206e&pi=0
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Name: Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1989
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Haworth Press, Inc.
Language: English
Editors: Vincent B. Van Hasselt and Brad Donohue
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Mission statement: The Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse serves as an interdisciplinary forum for communication and dissemination of information to practitioners and researchers working with young people. The journal provides current, useful information regarding state-of-the-art approaches to the assessment, prevention, and treatment of adolescent substance abuse. In addition, clinical case reports and descriptions of new and innovative evaluation and treatment methods are encouraged. The primary focus is on the empirical study of child and adolescent substance abuse utilizing correlational, group comparisons, or experimental strategies. The journal publishes clinical and research reports from a broad range of disciplines: clinical and counseling psychology, psychiatry, family therapy, sociology, public health, rehabilitation, and social work. Also published in the journal are case studies that are of special clinical relevance or that describe innovative evaluation and intervention techniques, review articles, and theoretical discussions that contribute substantially to our understanding of child and adolescent substance abuse.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts should be in APA style. Four copies (the original and three copies) should be submitted to the editor. Manuscripts should be sent to: Vincent Van Hasselt, PhD, Centre for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314. Email: vanhasse@nova.edu. Phone: 1-800-541-NOVA ext 5752 or Brad Donohue PhD, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Dept. of Psychology, 4505 Maryland Pkwy, Box 455030, Las Vegas, NV, 89154-5030. Email: Bradley.Donohue@ccmail.nevada.edu. Phone: 702-895-3305
Submission Email: vanhasse@nova.edu
Submission Address : Vincent Van Hasselt, PhD, Centre for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314. or Brad Donohue PhD, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Dept. of Psychology, 4505 Maryland Pkwy, Box 455030, Las Vegas, NV, 89154-5030.
Web Address: http://www.haworthpress.com/web/JCASA/
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Abstracting/Indexing: Academic Abstracts/CD-ROM, Business Source Corporate, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Child Development Abstracts & Bibliography, CINAHL, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Current Cites, Current Contents/Social & Behavioural Sciences, Current Index to Journals in Education, Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse, Educational Administration Abstracts (EAA), Educational Research Abstracts, e-psyche, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica Secondary Publishing Division, Family & Society Studies Worldwide, Family Index Database, Family & Society Studies Worldwide, HealthPromis, Health Source, Health Source Plus, Index Guide to College Journals, Injury Prevention Web, Index to Periodical Articles Related to Law, International Bulletin of Bibliography on Education, ISI Web of Science, National Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion (NCCDPHP), National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse & Neglect Information Documents Database, National Criminal Justice Reference Service, ProQuest Research Library, Psychological Abstracts (PsycINFO), Referativnyi Zhurnal, RESEARCH ALERT/ISI Alerting Services, SafetyLit, Sage Family Studies Abstracts (SFSA), Sage Urban Studies Abstracts (SUSA), ScienceDirect Navigator (Elsevier), Scopus (Elsevier), Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Scisearch, Social Services Abstracts, Social Work Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts, Spanish Technical Information System on Drug Abuse Prevention 'Sistema de Informacion Tecnica Sobre Prevention del Abuso de Drogas', Special Educational Needs Abstracts, Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts, Violence and Abuse Abstracts: A Review of Current Literature on Interpersonal Violence (VAA)


Name: Journal of Drug and Alcohol Research
Country: United States
Year established: 2012
Sponsorship: International Drug Abuse Research Society
Publisher: Ashdin Publishing
Language: English
Editors: Michael J. Kuhar
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Mission statement: The Journal of Drug and Alcohol Research (JDAR) is a scholarly open access, peer-reviewed, and fully refereed journal dedicated to publishing sound papers on advances in the field of drug, nicotine and alcohol abuse, both basic and clinical. The journal will consider papers from all sub-disciplines and aspects of drug abuse, dependence and addiction research. Manuscripts will be published online as soon as they are accepted, which will reduce the time of publication. Because there are no space limitations or favored topics, all papers, within the scope of the journal, judged to be sound by the reviewers, will be published.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts should be submitted by one of the authors of the manuscript either through the online Manuscript Tracking System or by email to jdar@ashdin.com. Only electronic PDF (.pdf) or Word (.doc, .docx, .rtf) files can be submitted. There is no page limit. Only electronic submissions are accepted to facilitate rapid publication and minimize administrative costs. Submissions by anyone other than one of the authors will not be accepted. The submitting author takes responsibility for the paper during submission and peer review.
Submission Email: jdar@ashdin.com
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Web Address: http://www.ashdin.com/journals/jdar/jdar.aspx
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Abstracting/Indexing: MediaFinder, JournalSeek


Name: Journal of Drug Education
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1971
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Baywood Publishing, Co., Inc.
Language: English
Editors: James Robinson
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Mission statement: Authoritative, peer-refereed publication affording a wide ranging coverage of important trends and developments in the drug field. It contains current, practical articles on the latest developments in preventive practices, and issues and trends in drug education and addiction management. The Journal of Drug Educationbrings timely information and methodologies that can be adapted to various situations. The journal publishes critical analyses, innovative approaches, scholarly standards, and clear, concise reports on theoretical, research, and programmatic issues.
Submission Notes: Manuscript is to be submitted in triplicate (1 original and 2 copies) to the editor. Retain one copy as manuscript will not be returned; original art work will be returned. Manuscript must be typewritten, or computer-generated copy on 8-1/2" x 11 white paper, one side only, double-spaced, with 1" margins. Accompanying computer disks should also be included with paper copy. Paginate consecutively starting with title page, include numbering of tables, figures, references, appendices, etc. An abstract of 100-125 words is required. The organization of the article should be clearly indicated by appropriate headings and subheadings. The receipt of all manuscript will be acknowledged by return mail. Authors should note that only original articles are accepted for publication. Submission of a manuscript represents certification on the part of the author(s) that neither the article submitted nor a version of it has been published or is being considered for publication elsewhere.
Submission Email: jrobins3@nmsu.edu
Submission Address : Dr. James Robinson, III New Mexico State University Department of Health Science P.O. Box 30001, MSC 3HLS Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003 Voice: 505-646-8194 Fax: 505-646-4343 jrobins3@nmsu.edu
Web Address: http://www.baywood.com/journals/previewjournals.asp?Id=0047-2379
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Abstracting/Indexing: Abstracts on Criminology and Penology, Academic Abstracts, Adolescent Mental Health Abstracts, AGRICOLA, ALCONARC, ASSIA: All-Russian Institute of Scientific and Technical Information, Applied Social Sciences Index & Abstracts, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Cancer Prevention and Control Database, Counseling and Personnel Services Information Centre, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Criminology, Penology and Police Service Abstracts, Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), Current Contents, Current Index to Journals in Education, Dokumentation Gefahrdung durch Alkohol, Rauchen, Drogen, Arzneimittel, Drug Abuse and Alcoholism Review, Excerpta Medica, Health Promotion and Education Database, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, International Bibliography of Book Reviews, Kindex Medicus, MEDLINE, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism's Alcohol and Alcohol Problems Science Database, ETOH, Psychological Abstracts, Smoking and Health Database, Safety and Health at Work ILO-CIS Bulletin, Sociological Abstracts, Inc.


Name: Journal of Drug Education and Awareness
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 2003
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: PUBLICATION DISCONTINUED
Language: English
Editors: David S. Soriano
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Mission statement: The Journal of Drug Education and Awarenessis a quarterly peer reviewed academically-oriented journal devoted to the study of various misused and abused drugs and their effects on society. The journal is intended to be interdisciplinary in scope. Papers should be written in a style that they will serve as an effective means of communication among professionals in this field. Submissions are welcome from law enforcement, psychology, anthropology, neurobiology, chemistry, counseling, medicine, religion, pharmacy, sociology, administration of justice, education, as well as related disciplines. The journal will consider the following submission types: original empirically based research papers, literature reviews, new educational theories, book reviews, and informational disclosures from organizations and agencies. Announcements of new websites and organizations are also welcomed, but will also be subject to the review process. Authors are strongly encouraged to visit the journal's website for additional information.
Submission Notes: Prospective authors should contact the Managing Editor first (David S. Soriano soriano@pitt.edu) before submission of materials. Three copies of a double-spaced manuscript (including a one-page abstract), along with a copy on diskette (formatted in MS Word or WordPerfect), should be sent to: David S. Soriano, Managing Editor, Journal of Drug Education and Awareness, Department of Chemistry, 300 Campus Drive, University of Pittsburgh-Bradford, Bradford, PA 16701 USA. Editor's email; soriano@pitt.edu. Phone: 814-362-7544. An email address, mailing address and phone number should be included for future correspondence. JDEAwill accept manuscripts up to 35 pages. In addition, JDEAaccepts recent publication reviews (within the last three years) that deal with aspects of drug education and awareness. Book reviews should be limited to 2-3 pages. Complete references must be in APA format (see the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th ed.), and authors are requested to include page citations in submitted book reviews.
Submission Email: soriano@pitt.edu
Submission Address : David S. Soriano, Managing Editor, Journal of Drug Education and Awareness, Department of Chemistry, 300 Campus Drive, University of Pittsburgh-Bradford, Bradford, PA 16701 USA.
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Name: Journal of Drug Issues
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1971
Sponsorship: Florida State University, College of Criminology & Criminal Justice
Publisher: Florida State University College of Criminolgy and Criminal Justice
Language: English
Editors: Bruce Bullington
Assistant/Regional Editors: --
Mission statement: JDI provides a professional and scholarly forum communications on the national and international problems associated with alcohol and other drugs, especially illicit drugs. It is a refereed publication with international contributors and subscribers. JDIpublishes articles on the social, legal, political, economic, historical, and medical ramifications of drug policy. The journal is intended to appeal to a broad range of academics, researchers, and others who are interested in drug issues.
Submission Notes: For reference on style, see the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). Submit four copies, all double-spaced, including references, all on 8-1/2 x 11 inch white paper to: Bruce Bullington, Editor, Journal of Drug Issues, Florida State University, 634 West Call Street, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1127. Phone: (850) 644-4377; FAX: (850) 644-9614; Email: bbulling@mailer.fsu.edu. An email address must be provided if acknowledgment of receipt is requested. For more information, email: jdi@garnet.fsu.edu.
Submission Email: bbullington@fsu.edu
Submission Address : Bruce Bullington, Editor, Journal of Drug Issues, Florida State University, 634 West Call Street, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1127. Phone: (850) 644-4377; FAX: (850) 644-9614;
Web Address: http://www2.criminology.fsu.edu/~jdi/
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Name: Journal of Dual Diagnosis
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1987
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Routledge Publishing
Language: English
Editors: Peter F. Buckley
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Mission statement: The mission of the Journal of Dual Diagnosisis to examine the latest research on the co-occurrence of mental disorders and substance use disorders. Articles reflect current trends in research and practice in the areas of psychiatry, psychological medicine, basic sciences, social sciences and health services evaluation as well as case studies from treatment programs internationally. The intended audience includes clinicians, research neuroscientists, mental health services researchers, and health service administrators, as well as junior colleagues in training who are encouraged to contribute articles for publication. The journal publishes original scientific papers, brief research reports, clinical case reports, and review articles important to the clinical and therapeutic aspects of dual diagnosis. Each issue also features 'Best Practices', an account of an exemplary service provided by the lead clinician from a program and an account written by an individual recovering from co-occurring disorders. The aim of 'Best Practices' is to help readers better understand recovery principles, model clinical practices, and pertinent aspects of the complexity of dual diagnosis.
Submission Notes: See journal website or contact Editorial Assistant for more detailed information. The journal accepts original data papers (which receive top priority), perspective articles, editorials, and clinical case reports. Editorial and review articles are usually invited. Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the guidelines of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (http://www.icmje.org/), and should be double-spaced (5-50 typed pages including references and abstract), in font style Times New Roman (size 12), with page numbers in the bottom right hand corner of all pages. The page following the title page should carry an abstract followed by a list of 3-10 keywords . Examples of reference style can be located at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/uniform_requirements.html. All case reports must have the patient's consent before an article can be published. Electronic submissions via email attachment are the preferred mode for submission.
Submission Email: klafontaine@mcg.edu
Submission Address : Karen LaFontaine, Editorial Assistant
Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=t792306890~tab=summary
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Abstracting/Indexing: Biology Digest, MANTIS (Manual, Alternative and Natural Therapy).


Name: Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse (formerly Drugs and Society)
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1986
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Language: English
Editors: Peter L Myers, Ph.D.
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Mission statement: The Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse features research on ethnicity and cultural variation in alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use and abuse. The journal is a forum for scholarly articles drawn from the social and behavioural sciences and helping professions. It is also a clearinghouse for culturally competent strategies in individual, group, and family treatment of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse; program development and evaluation, prevention programming; and harm reduction. The journal is directed towards researchers, professionals, and practitioners in substance abuse related fields and to students seeking to enter the field. The journal also publishes letters, reviews of print and non-print media, and listings of significant websites for further investigations.
Submission Notes: Manuscripts should be in APA style and between 20-30 typed pages. . Please submit electronically (Microsoft Word). Manuscripts should be sent to: Peter L. Myers, PhD Main email (especially for documents that need to be printed out): JourEthSubAbuse@gmail.com with a backup to NYProf@gmail.com We will reply by emailing you the ms. submission form, with instructions on where to mail.
Submission Email: JourEthSubAbuse@gmail.com
Submission Address : Peter L. Myers, PhD JourEthSubAbuse@gmail.com NYProf@gmail.com
Web Address: in transition to Taylor and Francis website (from Haworth)
Submissions Web Address: http://www.haworthpress.com/journals/copytrans.asp
Abstracting/Indexing: Abstracts in Anthropology, Academic Abstracts/CD-ROM, Academic Search Elite (EBSCO), Addiction Abstracts, Applied Social Sciences Index & Abstracts (ASSIA), Business Source Corporate, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Child Development Abstracts & Bibliography, CINAHL, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Criminal Justice Periodical Index, e-psyche, EAP Abstracts Plus, Educational Research Abstracts (ERA), EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Family & Society Studies Worldwide, Family Index Database, Health Reference Centre, Health Reference Centre - Academic, Health Source Plus: expanded version of 'Health Source', Health Source, HealthPromis, Human Resources Abstracts (HRA), BZ International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, ILO/BIT-CIS Bulletin, Index Guide to College Journals, Index Medicus (National Library of Medicine) to Periodical Articles Related to Law, InfoTrac OneFile, Injury Prevention Web, International Pharmaceutical Abstracts, MEDLINE/PubMed (National Library of Medicine), National Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion (NCCDPHP), National Criminal Justice Reference Service, OCLC Public Affairs Information Service, Personnel Management Abstracts, Psychological Abstracts (PsycINFO), Referativnyi Zhurnal, SafetyLit, Sage Family Studies Abstracts (SFSA), Social Sciences Index, Social Sciences PlusText, Social Services Abstracts, Social Work Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts (SA), SPORTDiscus, Violence and Abuse Abstracts, Wilson OmniFile Full Text: Mega Edition, Women's Resources International Abstracts


Name: Journal of Gambling Issues
Country: Canada
Year established: 2000
Sponsorship: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and the Ontario Substance Abuse Bureau of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (Substance Abuse Bureau)
Publisher: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Language: English
Editors: Daryl Boshart
Assistant/Regional Editors: Marianna Toce-Gerstein
Mission statement: The Journal of Gambling Issues provides an Internet-based forum for developments in gambling-related research, policy and treatment, as well as personal accounts about gambling and gambling behaviour. The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles about gambling as a social phenomenon and the prevention and treatment of gambling problems. The journal welcomes manuscripts submitted by researchers and clinicians, people involved in gambling as players, and family and friends of gamblers. JGI publishes feature articles (by special invitation to authors) and articles concerning research, clinical issues, and policy. Also accepted for submission are first-person accounts, letters to the editor, and reviews of gambling-related books, videos, websites, and other media.
Submission Notes: Prospective authors should always read the last issue of the JGI for the latest version of Invitation to Contributors. The journal encourages electronic submission and accepts mail submissions, but cannot accept fax submissions. JGI accepts submissions in Microsoft Word, WordPerfect (PC) or ASCII formats (no Macintosh formatted media). Communications can be sent electronically to the Editor, Phil_Lange@camh.net, for review. Authors opting to submit hard copies should mail four copies to: Phil Lange, Editor, Journal of Gambling Issues, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, 33 Russell Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2S1, Canada. Editor's email: Phil_Lange@camh.net. Phone: (416)-535-8501 ext.6077; Fax: (416) 595-6399. If possible, an email address should accompany mail submissions. For more instructions on submissions, please see the Web site.
Submission Email: daryl_boshart@camh.net
Submission Address : Phil Lange, Editor, Journal of Gambling Issues, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, 33 Russell Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2S1, Canada. Editor's email: Phil_Lange@camh.net. Phone:(416)-535-8501 ext.6077; Fax: (416) 595-6399
Web Address: http://www.camh.net/egambling
Submissions Web Address: http://www.camh.net/egambling/contribute/index.html
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Name: Journal of Gambling Studies
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1984
Sponsorship:
Publisher: Springer
Language: English
Editors: Jon Grant
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Mission statement: The Journal of Gambling Studies is an interdisciplinary forum for research and discussion of the many and varied aspects of gambling behavior, both controlled and pathological. Coverage extends to the wide range of attendant and resultant problems, including alcoholism, suicide, crime, and a number of other mental health concerns. Articles published in this journal span a cross-section of disciplines including psychiatry, psychology, sociology, political science, criminology, and social work.
Submission Notes: In general, the journal follows the recommendations of the 1994 Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (Fourth Edition), and it is suggested that contributors refer to this publication.
Submission Email:
Submission Address : Submit online at http://www.editorialmanager.com/jogs/
Web Address: http://www.springer.com/medicine/psychiatry/journal/10899
Submissions Web Address: http://www.editorialmanager.com/jogs/
Abstracting/Indexing: ABI/INFORM, Current Contents / Social & Behavioral Sciences, Family & Society Studies Worldwide, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, PsychINFO, Psychological Abstracts, SCOPUS, Social Science Citation Index


Name: Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery
Country: United States
Year established: 2006
Sponsorship: -
Publisher: Haworth Press
Language: English
Editors: Jeffrey D. Roth, MD
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Mission statement: We are interested in papers on any aspect of the use of groups, therapeutic or mutual help, in the process of recovery from addiction and compulsive behaviors.
Submission Notes: Please submit papers via e-mail as an attached file in Microsoft Word.
Submission Email: jrothmd@juno.com
Submission Address : jrothmd@juno.com
Web Address: http://www.haworthpress.com/store/product.asp?sku=j384
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Name: Journal of Korean Alcohol Science
Country: -
Year established: -
Sponsorship: Korean Society of Alcohol Science
Publisher: -
Language: -
Editors: Aeree Sohn
Assistant/Regional Editors: Myungsook Yun

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Jeounghwan Lee

Eunhwan Oh

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Mission statement: The mission of the Journal of Korean Alcohol Science (JKAS) is to promote research, policy, education and practice in the field of alcohol research by publishing papers of high scientific quality. Contributions of original articles, reviews, special topics, brief reports, case reports, perspectives and critical commentaries, letters in the fields of research, and public health debates are welcome.
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Name: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1967
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Haight-Ashbury Publications
Language: English
Editors: David E Smith
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Mission statement: The Journal of Psychoactive Drugs publishes manuscripts of a multidisciplinary nature relevant to all aspects of psychoactive drug use and abuse. It addresses the multiplex nature of substance use and abuse and provides in-depth examination of complex topics, including the disease concept of addiction, drug use and criminality, drug use and the elderly, drug use and sexual behaviour, ethnographic drug research, the history of cocaine smoking, therapeutic communities, hallucinogens, stimulants, depressants, smokable drugs, drug dependence and the family, women and substance abuse, professional treatment, the 12-Step process, chemical dependence and AIDS, dual diagnosis, psychotherapy/counseling, adverse effects of tobacco smoking, understanding and preventing relapse, substance abuse in the workplace, drug testing, methadone treatment, prescription drug issues, and culturally relevant treatment. The journal publishes critical and historical reviews, theoretical analyses, and speculative theses with a systematic focus, as well as reports on basic or applied human research.
Submission Notes: Three double-spaced copies should be submitted. References appearing in the text should conform to the author-date method of citation common in scientific texts and preferred by The Chicago Manual of Style. See http://www.hajpd.com for detailed guidelines. Manuscripts should be sent to: Terry Chambers, Editor, Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 856 Stanyan Street, San Francisco, California 94117 USA. Phone: 415-752-7601; Email: hajournal@comcast.net.
Submission Email: hajournal@comcast.net
Submission Address : Terry Chambers Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 856 Stanyan Street San Francisco, California 94117 USA. Phone: 415-752-7601
Web Address: http://www.hajpd.com
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Abstracting/Indexing: Ascatopics, Bibliographic Index of Health Education Periodicals, Current Contents; ETOH (Alcohol & Alcohol Problems Science Database), Excerpta Medica/Drug Dependence, Family Resources Database, Gefarhdung durch Alkohol, Rauchen, Drogen, Arzneimittel; Index Medicus, Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence, Pharmacognosy Titles, Psychological Abstracts, Psychopharmacology Bulletin, Sage Family Studies Abstracts, Sage Human Resources Abstracts, Sage Public Administration Abstracts, Sage Urban Studies Abstracts, Social Science Citation Index, USSR Academy of Science Abstracts


Name: Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 2001
Sponsorship: New York University School of Social Work
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Language: English
Editors: Shulamith Lala Ashenberg Straussner
Assistant/Regional Editors: Christine Fewell
Mission statement: The Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions is designed to help social work practitioners stay abreast of the latest developments in the field of addictions. The Journal publishes refereed articles on innovative individual, family, group work, and community practice models for treating and preventing substance abuse and other addictions in diverse populations. The Journal also publishes articles on research findings, health care, social policies, and program administration directly affecting social work practice. The journal's scope includes individual, family, and group work practices with men, women, children and adolescents; alcohol, tobacco and other drugs; other addictive behaviours such as gambling, sexual disorders, and eating disorders; practice with special populations including culturally, ethnically and racially diverse, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender clients, the elderly, and the very young; individual, family, and group work practice with families and significant others, including young children; practice with individuals with co-existing psychological, physical, and mental disabilities and with their families; effective prevention models for diverse populations; applications of research findings and theoretical models to clinical practice in the addictions; professional social work practice issues such as licensing requirements and social work education and training in the addictions; factors affecting the practice of social workers in the addictions at the organizational and community levels, including supervision and clinical administration of addiction services; the impact of health care and social policies on the provision of addiction services by social workers; and international social work practice with addicted populations.
Submission Notes: See website for further details. Manuscripts should be in APA Style (see APA Publication Manual, 5th edition), and average around 22 double-spaced, typed pages. Submit the original article plus three paper copies, two disk copies, and a signed copyright form (see website)to the editor.
Submission Email: lala.straussner@nyu.edu
Submission Address : Dr. S. Lala Ashenberg Straussner, DSW, CAS, Professor, School of Social Work, New York University 1 Washington Sq N, New York, New York, 10003 USA. Phone: 212-998-5947
Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/wswp
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Abstracting/Indexing: Alcohol Research, Business Source Corporate, CareData, CINAHL, Criminal Justice Abstracts, e-psyche, Family & Society Studies Worldwide,Family Index Database, Family Violence & Sexual Assault Bulletin, Health & Psychosocial Instruments (HaPI) Database, IBZ International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, Index to Periodical Articles Related to Law, National CriminalJustice Reference Service, Prevention Evaluation Research Registry for Youth (PERRY), Psychological Abstracts (PsycINFO), Sexual Diversity Studies, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Abstracts Social Services Abstracts, Social Work Abstracts, SocIndex (EBSCO), Sociological Abstracts (SA), Violence and Abuse Abstracts


Name: Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1940
Sponsorship: Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies
Publisher: Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies
Language: English
Editors: Marc A. Schuckit
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Mission statement: The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs is a refereed journal concerned with scientific research related to alcohol and drugs. It publishes topics related to the uses and abuses of these agents from the perspectives of the behavioural, biological, medical and sociocultural sciences, in the form of original studies, brief reports, rapid communications, reviews and theoretical articles, and correspondence. It has a worldwide readership and draws from an international array of authors. Although historically the large majority of articles in the Journal have dealt with alcohol, the Editor welcomes appropriate articles that deal with any other substance of abuse.
Submission Notes: Four clean copies, double-spaced on 8.5" x 11" paper, accompanied by a diskette or CD, should be sent to the Editor. Most word processing languages are acceptable, but MS Word is preferred. The Journal has adopted the guidelines of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors regarding authorship. Manuscripts should be sent to: The Editor, c/o Patricia Castellano, Editorial Secretary, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 607 Allison Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854-8001, USA. Correspondence should be sent directly to the Editor: Marc A. Schuckit, M.D., Editor, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Department of Psychiatry, (116A), VA San Diego Healthcare System, 3350 La Jolla Village Drive, San Diego, CA 92161-2002. Editor's email: jsaeditor@ucsd.edu or mschuckit@ucsd.edu. More details can be found at www.jsad.com.
Submission Email: jsaeditor@ucsd.edu
Submission Address : Marc A. Schuckit, M.D., Editor, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Department of Psychiatry, (116A), VA San Diego Healthcare System, 3350 La Jolla Village Drive, San Diego, CA 92161-2002
Web Address: www.jsad.com
Submissions Web Address: n/a
Abstracting/Indexing: Applied Sciences Index and Abstracts, Current Contents (Life Sciences and Social Management Sciences), Index Medicus, Public Affairs Information Service Bulletin, Social Sciences Index, Abstracts of Criminology and Penology, Alcohol Research Bulletin, Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstract, Behavioural Medicine Abstracts, Bibliographie Analytique, Biological Abstracts, Bulletin Signaletique, Chemical Abstracts, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Historical Abstracts, International Review of Psychiatry, Nursing Research, Occupational Safety and Health Abstracts, Psychological Abstracts, Psychopharmacology Abstracts, Referativnyi Zhurnal, Social Sciences Abstracts, Social Work Research and Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts, Zentralblatt fur die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie, Academic Search Premier, PAIS International, Alcohol and Alcohol Problems Science Database/ETOH (NIAAA).


Name: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1984
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Publisher: Elsevier
Language: English
Editors: A. Thomas McLellan
Assistant/Regional Editors: Barry S. Brown
Mission statement: The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment (JSAT) features original reviews, training and educational articles, special commentary, and especially research articles that are meaningful to the treatment of nicotine, alcohol, and other drugs of dependence. JSAT is directed toward treatment practitioners from all disciplines (medicine, nursing, social work, psychology, and counseling) in both private and public sectors, including those involved in schools, health centers, community agencies, correctional facilities, and individual practices. The editors emphasize that JSAT articles should address techniques and treatment approaches that can be used directly by contemporary practitioners.
Submission Notes: Electronic Submissions: The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment is no longer accepting manuscripts via hard copy or e-mail. JSAT is now using the Elsevier Editorial System (EES), an online submission and review system, which can be found at: http://ees.elsevier.com/jsat. The system is quite user-friendly but detailed instructions and a 'Tutorial for Reviewers' are available at the same site: http://ees.elsevier.com/jsat To work online, please go to http://ees.elsevier.com/jsat, "Author Login" section and register your user name and password. If you have authored a manuscript through JSAT in the past, you may have received an e-mail with a username and password. You may use that information to register or register with a new user name and password. From this point the instructions are prompted to the submitting author and are self-explanatory. If you should have questions feel free to contact the Managing Editor, Tanya Faranda-Diedrich, at tfaranda@tresearch.org or the Elsevier Support Department at http://epsupport.elsevier.com. Mailed Submissions: JSAT is no longer accepting hard copy submissions. If you do not have access to the worldwide web, please contact Managing Editor, Tanya Faranda-Diedrich, atTfaranda@tresearch.org or by phone at 215-399-0980, ext. 124 for further instructions. Format of the Submissions: The Elsevier Electronic Submission system allows authors to upload documents (cover letter, abstract, manuscript, and any tables and figures) in their original formats (Word, WordPerfect, TIFF, EPS, etc). This should be time-saving and less troublesome for authors as they will not have to convert their manuscripts to PDF format before logging into the EES system. Upon completion of the submission/ re-submission process, the EES system will generate a pdf file containing all of the submitted materials. Authors will be prompted to view and approve the submission. After a submission has been approved, authors will be e-mailed a confirmation that the manuscript is in process with instructions for tracking the progress of the review through the Elsevier system.
Submission Email: tfaranda@tresearch.org
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Web Address: http://www.journalofsubstanceabusetreatment.com
Submissions Web Address: http://ees.elsevier.com/jsat/
Abstracting/Indexing: BIOSIS, Bibliographie Internationale/PASCAL, Current Contents/Current Contents Search, EMBASE, Elsevier BIOBASE, HealthSTAR, IAC Business A.R.T.S, Index Medicus, Periodical Abstracts PlusText, PsycINFO, Psychological Abstracts, Social Sciences Citation Index, Sociological Abstracts, Toxline


Name: Journal of Substance Use (formerly Journal of Substance Misuse)
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Year established: 1996
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: Informa Healthcare
Language: English
Editors: Richard Pates
Assistant/Regional Editors: Deputy Editor: Dr. Tina Alwyn

Editorial Assistant: Rachel Wheeler

Associate Editor Europe: Professor Henk Garretson

Associate Editor Australasia, Oceanic and Asia Pacific: Dr Anne E. Bartu

Associate Editor Canada and USA: Dr Norman Giebrecht

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Mission statement: Journal of Substance Use is a bimonthly international journal, publishing peer-reviewed, up-to-the-minute articles on a wide spectrum of issues relating to the use of legal and illegal substances. The Journal aims to educate, inform, update and act as a forum for standard setting for health and social care professionals working with individuals and families with substance use problems. It also informs and supports those undertaking research in substance use, developing substance use services, and participating in, leading and developing education and training programmes. Journal of Substance Use adopts an eclectic stance and aims to provide a forum for the discussion and dissemination around subjects of innovative and proven practice. This includes issues of prevention, treatment and policy whilst ensuring that issues are examined from a variety of perspectives for instance, clinical, managerial, service development, problem use, service use, and family perspective. Papers may explore legal issues, therapeutic interventions and treatments, and behavioural approaches.
Submission Notes: All submissions should be made online at The Journal of Substance Use's Manuscript Central site http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tjsu. New users should first create an account. Once a user is logged onto the site submissions should be made via the Author Centre. See http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=t713655978~tab=submit~mode=paper_submission_instructions for detailed instructions.
Submission Email: jsu@uwic.ac.uk
Submission Address : Dr Richard Pates Cardiff School of Health Sciences Llandaff Campus University of Wales Institute Cardiff CF5 2YB WALES
Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713655978
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tjsu
Abstracting/Indexing: Journal of Substance Use is indexed in: Addiction Abstracts; Cambridge Scientific Abstracts; CINAHL; EMBASE/Excerpta Medica; ENB's Health Care Database; Social Care Online; PsycINFO; Family Index Database; Russian Institute of Scientific and Technical Information; Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and Ulrich's online.


Name: Journal of Teaching in the Addictions
Country: United States
Year established: -
Sponsorship: International Coalition for Addiction Studies Education (INCASE)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Language: English
Editors: D. Shane Koch, RhD, CRC, CSADC
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Mission statement: The Journal of Teaching in the Addictions is the unique forum for research and discussion focused on current best practices in the area of addiction counselor education. Addictions counselor educators from every academic level will find the latest developments on issues related to the preparation of professionals to serve persons with addictions. This peer-reviewed journal covers the full spectrum of effective teaching strategies, evaluation methodologies for in-service and pre-service educational and training programs, accreditation and certification issues, and other issues in academe. The Journal of Teaching in the Addictions includes topical studies of conceptual and empirical nature that has direct relevance to addictions counselor educators, research and teaching articles focusing on enhancing instruction and/or research methodology, and articles concerning the application of technology within addictions counselor education with effective strategies for quality teaching. Reviews of book, media, software, manuals, and other publications of relevance are regularly included. The Journal also periodically offers special features or special journal issues on specific topics of vital importance to educators.
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Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/wtad
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Name: Mental Health and Substance Use: Dual Diagnosis
Country: United Kingdom
Year established: 2008
Sponsorship: NONE
Publisher: Routledge Publishing
Language: English
Editors: Editor: Philip D Cooper; editor-in-chief: David B Cooper
Assistant/Regional Editors: Associate Editor: Robert E. Drake (America)

Associate Editor: Ernesto Marzoa Silva (South Americas)

Associate Editor: Anne Bartu (Australasia/Asia/Oceanic)

Associate Editor: Wayne J. Skinner (Canada)

Associate Editor: Hans Kroon (Mainland Europe)

Associate Editor: Carmel Clancy (UK)
Mission statement: This international and interdisciplinary journal provides a single authoritative source of reference for clinicians, managers, service developers, researchers, educators, trainers, and students. The journal's primary aim is to explore the complex issues arising from co-existing mental health and substance use. The journal informs, develops, and educates professionals by facilitating, sharing, and pooling knowledge, thus enhancing expertise in this fast developing field. It covers assessment, intervention, treatment, prevention, innovation, opinion, conceptual exploration and analysis, service delivery, service development, policy and procedure, research and debate.
Submission Notes: Mental Health and Substance Use: dual diagnosis is an international journal adhering to the highest standards of double-anonymous peer-review. The journal welcomes original contributions with relevance to co-existing mental health and substance use (dual diagnosis) from all parts of the world. The Editor and editorial team believe it is imperative that the journal publishes manuscripts that are fresh, informative, research and evidence led, factual, clear, and transparent, to the point of publication, quickly and efficiently. To achieve this primary objective, manuscript submission and review makes full use of electronic media. Prospective authors should email manuscripts direct to the editor (see below for contact details). Manuscripts are acknowledged and submitted for review within 48 hours of receipt. The journal aims to feed back reviewers' comments within 4 weeks, and publish accepted manuscripts within 6 months of acceptance. New authors are actively encouraged to submit manuscripts. Integral to the Associate Editors and International Advisory Board's function is the brief to assist new authors of quality informative manuscripts to the point of publication, whenever possible. The editor invites informal contact by telephone or email (see below for contact details) prospective submissions and guidance.
Submission Email: editor@mhsu.co.uk
Submission Address : Manuscrips should be submitted, via email only, and should be directed to: Editor: Philip D. Cooper E: editor@mhsu.co.uk T(w): +44 (0)1473 329336
Web Address: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/journal.asp?issn=1752-3281&linktype=44
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Name: Narcologica (Addiction Studies)
Country: Russia
Year established: 2002
Sponsorship: Russian Academy of Medical Sciences
Publisher: Litera-2000
Language: Russian
Editors: Pavel Sidorov
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Mission statement: Narcologia provides a forum for addiction research that is relevant to the clinical and policy needs of practising psychiatrists and addiction specialists, clinical psychologists and psychotherapists, social workers, teachers, lawyers, sociologists and students of corresponding faculties. The main focus of the journal is research dedicated to problems of alcoholism and drug addiction having both fundamental and applied significance. The content covers a wide spectrum of interdisciplinary issues including social aspects of dependence, economic and legal problems of alcoholism and drug addiction, medical-social monitoring of high risk groups, quality of life, social policy and public health, social rehabilitation of narcological patients, assistance to socially disadvantaged groups, including refugees and migrants, war veterans, pathogenesis of alcohol and drug dependence, types of treatment, diagnosis and systematization, preventive narcology, and narcological education.
Submission Notes: Research articles, review articles, brief reports, and other article types are welcome. Manuscripts should be in Microsoft Word format, and limited to 30 typewritten pages. Paper submissions should be submitted to Editors, Journal ' Narkologia', PO box 9, Moscow 125315, Russia. Alternatively, manuscripts can be sent by email: litera-2000@mail.ru. Contact for more information: Publishing House 'Litera-2000', Baltiyskaya Str. 8-364, Moscow 125315, Russia. Telephone (editorial office): +7 0951515157. Deputy Editor's email: Prof. A. Soloviev asoloviev@nsmu.ru
Submission Email: litera-2000@mail.ru
Submission Address : Editors, Journal ' Narkologia', PO box 9, Moscow 125315, Russia
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Name: Nicotine and Tobacco Research
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Year established: 1999
Sponsorship: Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco
Publisher: Oxford Journals
Language: English
Editors: David J. K. Balfour, Editor-in-Chief
Assistant/Regional Editors: Ivan Berlin, Deputy Editor

Karl Fagerstrom, Deputy Editor

Ann McNeill, Deputy Editor

Raymond Niaura, Deputy Editor

Kimber Richter, Deputy Editor

Nancy Rigotti, Deputy Editor

Stephen Tiffany, Deputy Editor

Janet Brigham, Managing Editor
Mission statement: Nicotine and Tobacco Research provides a forum for empirical findings on the many aspects of nicotine and tobacco including research from the biobehavioural, neurophysiological, epidemiological, prevention, and treatment arenas. The journal encourages submissions that are integrative in nature and that may cross traditional disciplinary boundaries. A specific objective of the journal is to stimulate submissions that are multidisciplinary in nature. Submissions are sought that are technically competent, original, and that contain information or ideas of fresh interest to an international readership. The editors invite papers of all formats (full or brief reports of original work, reviews of the literature, commentaries, and/or editorials).
Submission Notes: Submit your manuscript online at http://www.ntrjournal.org. Each corresponding author is responsible for making sure that the manuscript conforms to guidelines detailed in the Author Checklist, available for download at www.ntrjournal.org.
Submission Email: ntrmaster@ntrjournal.org
Submission Address : David J. K. Balfour, Department of Psychiatry, University of Dundee Medical School, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee DD1 9SY, UK; Tel: +44-1382-632 524; Fax: +44-1382-633 923 (correspondence only); Email:d.j.k.balfour@dundee.ac.uk
Web Address: http://www.ntrjournal.org/
Submissions Web Address: http://www.ntrjournal.org
Abstracting/Indexing: Science Citation Index Expanded, ISI Alerting Services, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, Social Sciences Citation Index: Social Scisearch, Current Contents/Social and Behavioural Science, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, PsycINFO.


Name: Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs(NAD)/ Nordisk Alkohol- & Narkotikatidskrift (Formerly Nordisk Alkoholtidskrift And Alkoholpolitik - Tidskrift För Nordisk Alkoholforskning)
Country: Finland
Year established: 1984
Sponsorship: NVC, Nordic Centre for Welfare and Social Issues; National Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research (Norway), the National Institute of Public Health (Sweden), the Ministry of Health (Denmark) and THL, National Institute for Health and Welfare (Finland)
Publisher: NVC, Nordic Centre for Welfare and Social Issues
Language: English
Editors: Kerstin Stenius (Editor-in-chef)
Assistant/Regional Editors: Matilda Wrede-Jäntti
Mission statement: NAD is a journal for social research on drugs and alcohol and for drug and alcohol policy in the Nordic countries. NAD seeks to strengthen the role of research in the field, nationally and in Scandinavia, and to stimulate contacts between research, decision makers, and the general public. The aim of the yearly English supplement is to disseminate Nordic research outside the Scandinavian language borders. Although the journal covers all addictions, it has an emphasis on alcohol and illicit drugs. The majority of the articles have Nordic country authors and present data from the Nordic society. However, NAD has also published articles, commentaries, and book reviews from non-Nordic countries, if the topic is interesting from a Nordic perspective. NAD has a readership that includes researchers, alcohol and drug policy authorities, politicians, voluntary organizations, the treatment sector, the alcohol monopolies, and the media. NAD publishes research reports, commentaries, reviews, book reviews, conference reports, and Nordic alcohol statistics.
Submission Notes: NAD prefers electronic submissions. Figures and tables should be in separate files, preferably Excel-files. For figures, raw data should be included. The length of original contributions should not exceed 35,000 characters. Reviews and commentaries may be between 10,000 and 20,000 characters, and book reviews around 6,000 characters. All research reports should have abstracts with keywords . NAD can provide help with language checking and with translations in certain cases (from several European languages). Manuscripts can be sent to kerstin.stenius@thl.fi or to matilda.wrede-jantti@nordicwelfare.org, or by mail with a diskette to Kerstin Stenius, Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, THL, P.o.Box 30, Helsinki, FIN-00271, Finland; Telephone: +358-(0)40-5531374.
Submission Email: kerstin.stenius@thl.fi
Submission Address : Kerstin Stenius, Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, THL, P.o.Box 30, Helsinki, FIN-00271, Finland; Telephone: +358-(0)40-5531374.
Web Address: http://www.nordicwelfare.org/nat AND www.thl.fi/nat/
Submissions Web Address: http://www.nordicwelfare.org/?id=119358 OR matilda.wrede-jantti@nordicwelfare.org
Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts, Social Services Abstracts, Socindex, Swemed, Norddrug, ARTO, Scopus and PsycINFO.


Name: Personalità/Dipendenze ['Personality/Dependencies']
Country: Italy
Year established: 1993
Sponsorship: Società di studio per i disturbi di personalità (SDP; 'Society for the Study of Personality Disorders'); ERIT (Europe); ERIT (Italy).
Publisher: Mucchi Editore, Modena
Language: Italian
Editors: Umberto Nizzoli
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Mission statement: The journal aims to: - improve knowledge and abilities of Italian Drug Addiction Professionals spreading 'best practices' in Italy between public and private sectors; -measure the effectivness of these services; - offer guidelines or valuable references to professionals; - help practitioners to join higher professional levels; - improve the scientific basis of clinical practice; - support the European arena of addiction professionals. Topical areas include legal and illegal drugs, gambling, eating disorders, dual diagnosis. This journal is of special value to professionals in the field of the addictions and the personality disorders.
Submission Notes: Instructions to authors appear on the second page of every issue (hard copy and electronic). Manuscripts should be sent to: Umberto Nizzoli, via Dante 4, 42011 Bagnolo in Piano, Italy; Editor's email: unizzoli@hotmail.com (or email covric@ausl.re.it for more information).
Submission Email: unizzoli@hotmail.com
Submission Address : Umberto Nizzoli, via Dante 4, 42011 Bagnolo in Piano, Italy
Web Address: http://www.pol-it.org/ital/riviste/personalita/index.htm
Submissions Web Address: http://www.pol-it.org/ital/riviste/personalita/index.htm
Abstracting/Indexing: N/A


Name: Psychology of Addictive Behaviors
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1987
Sponsorship: American Psychological Association (Division 50: Addictions)
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Language: English
Editors: Stephen A. Maisto
Assistant/Regional Editors: Tammy Chung

Rina D. Eiden

William H. George

Jeffrey S. Simons

Mark B. Sobell

Editorial Assistant: Catherine Blackwell
Mission statement: Psychology of Addictive Behaviors publishes original articles related to the psychological aspects of addictive behaviors. This rapidly growing peer-reviewed journal covers articles on the full range of addictive behaviors, including alcohol use and alcoholism drug use and misuse eating disorders tobacco and nicotine addiction gambling disorders and other excessive behavior patterns. Full-length research reports, literature reviews, brief reports, comments, and innovative case studies are included.
Submission Notes: Please consult APA's Instructions for All Authors for information regarding: Manuscript Preparation, Submitting Supplemental Materials, Abstract and Keywords, References Figures, Permissions, Publication Policies, Ethical Principles. http://www.apa.org/journals/authors/all-instructions.html
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Submission Address : Submit your manuscripts electronically, through the Manuscript Submission Portal http://www.jbo.com/jbo3/submissions/dsp_jbo.cfm?journal_code=adb2
Web Address: http://www.apa.org/journals/adb/
Submissions Web Address: http://www.jbo.com/jbo3/submissions/dsp_jbo.cfm?journal_code=adb2
Abstracting/Indexing: ABC-CLIO, Addiction Abstracts, Applied Social Sciences Index & Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Current Contents, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Index Medicus, PsycINFO, Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Sciences Index, Social Work Research & Abstracts


Name: Psychopharmacology
Country: United Kingdom
Year established: 1959
Sponsorship: -
Publisher: -
Language: English
Editors: Principal Editors: T.W. Robbins; K.A. Miczek; P.J. Cowen; D. Hoyer; D.R. Sibley; H.d. Wit; H.V. Curran; L.H. Price; Th. Steckler; I. Lucki
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Mission statement: Psychopharmacology is an international journal of research and scholarship, the aims of which are to cover the general area of elucidating mechanisms by which drugs affect behavior, both terms intended in the broadest sense. The scope of the Journal extends from clinical psychopharmacology (including trials), to experimental studies on the effects of drugs on cognition and behavior in humans and laboratory studies in experimental animals. The research methodologies (techniques covered) may range from neurochemical assays and electrophysiological recording to studies of functional neuroimaging, and the methods of experimental psychology and ethology, as well as clinical neurology and psychiatry. The journal is particularly interested in articles that integrate these levels of analysis.
Submission Notes: Submit online at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/psychopharmacology
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Submission Address : https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/psychopharmacology
Web Address: http://www.springer.com/biomed/neuroscience/journal/213
Submissions Web Address: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/psychopharmacology
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Name: Revista Española De Drogodependencias. ['Spanish Journal Of Drug Dependence'] (Formerly Known As Drogalcohol And Boletín De Alcoholismo Y Toxicomanías)
Country: Spain
Year established: 1976
Sponsorship: AESED (Asociación Española de Estudio en Drogodependencias)
Publisher: Revista Española de Drogodependencias; Apartado
Language: Spanish
Editors: Leonor Cano Pérez
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Mission statement: RED was created by the Drug Addiction and Alcoholism Service of Psychiatric Hospital of Bétera, Valencia, Spain. It is one of the principal journals about drug addiction and alcoholism in Spain. The journal's sponsoring organization, the Asociación Española de Estudios en Drogodependencias (AESED), is devoted to the study of drug dependence and other addictions. The articles published deal with these broad topics, including treatment, prevention, policy, biological effects, epidemiology and history. The following substances and behaviours are of interest to the journal: alcohol, tobacco, illicit substances, pharmacological agents, gambling and eating disorders.
Submission Notes: Submit three copies and a disk to: Editor, Revista Española de Drogodependencias, Apartado de correos 477. 46080 Valencia, España. Every article is reviewed by three members of the Editorial Committee. Articles should have an introduction, a description of the methodology, a discussion of results, a conclusion, and bibliography. Maximum length, 50 pages DIN-A4.
Submission Email: cano_leo@gva.es
Submission Address : Editor, Revista Española de Drogodependencias, Apartado de correos 477. 46080 Valencia, España
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Abstracting/Indexing: Biological Abstracts, CDD-DDZ, CINDOC, Indice médico Español (IME), Pascal, REDOC, Toxibase and Psicodoc


Name: Salud y Drogas
Country: Spain
Year established: -
Sponsorship: Instituto de Investigación de Drogodependencias, Universidad Miguel Hernandez
Publisher: Instituto de Investigación de Drogodependencias
Language: Spanish
Editors: José A. García del Castillo Rodriguez
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Mission statement: Salud y drogas tiene como fi n promover el desarrollo de la investigación sobre las drogodependencias y otros trastornos adictivos en general, desde una aproximación amplia y pluridisciplinar, perfeccionar sus métodos y técnicas, fomentar una visión crítica y comprometida del fenómeno de la droga e impulsar la cooperación científi ca entre los investigadores, profesores, estudiosos y especialistas de la materia, desde el compromiso con la ética y los derechos humanos. En este sentido, Salud y drogas publica artículos sobre tratamiento, prevención y reinserción social, así como estudios epidemiológicos, básicos y descriptivos sobre las drogodependencias y otras conductas adictivas.
Submission Notes: Articles can be submitted in Spanish, French and English. Submitted articles must be max. 25 pages including tables and illustrations. Text must be double spaced, with 3cm margins and pages numbered top right. Please also include a max. 150 word abstract in Spanish and English, and max. 7 key words. For further information see website.
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Submission Address : Send three printed copies and one copy on CD to: Salud y Drogas Instituto de Investigación en Drogodependencias Universidad Miguel Hernández Campus Universitario de San Joan d'Alacant Ctra. n-332 s/n. San Joan d'Alacant 03550- Alicante- España
Web Address: http://inid.umh.es/?mod=revista&ct=portada.asp
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Abstracting/Indexing: ISOC (CINDOC, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científi cas), IN-RECS (Índice de Impacto Revistas Españolas de Ciencias Sociales, DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journal), PSICODOC (Colegio Ofi cial de Psicólogos), Scopus, Dialnet, Latindex


Name: Social History of Alcohol and Drugs: An Interdisciplinary Journal (formerly Social History of Alcohol Review)
Country: Canada
Year established: 1979
Sponsorship: Alcohol and Drugs History Society
Publisher: Alcohol and Drugs History Society
Language: English
Editors: Dan Malleck
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Mission statement: In 2004 the Alcohol and Temperance History Group (ATHG) broadened its mandate to include drugs, broadly defined, renaming itself The Alcohol and Drugs History Society (ADHS). The ATHG was founded in 1979 to foster the exchange of ideas among scholars of all disciplines who are interested in any aspect of past alcohol use, abuse, production, and control within societies or countries. The Social History of Alcohol Review became the print publication of the ATHG, and likewise, the Social History of Alcohol and Drugs: An Interdisciplinary Journal (SHAD) is a publication of the ADHS. Refereed, international, and cross-disciplinary, the SHAD welcomes all readers and scholars.
Submission Notes: Please read the submission information on the ADHS website www.historyofalcoholanddrugs.typepad.com. The journal uses the Chicago Manual of Style 15th Edition as a standard. It accepts endnotes or in=text citation format. Please make sure your manuscript has a title page with the author's name and contact information. The document must be double spaced. The journal can accept documents in Word (not including 2007 at this time) and Word Perfect formats.
Submission Email: dan.malleck@brocku.ca
Submission Address : Dan Malleck PhD Editor in Chief, Social History of Alcohol and Drugs c/o Community Health Sciences Brock University 500 Glenridge Ave St. Catharines, Ontario Canada L2S 3A1
Web Address: http://historyofalcoholanddrugs.typepad.com/
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Abstracting/Indexing: America: History and Life; Historical Abstracts


Name: Substance Abuse
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1979
Sponsorship: Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA)
Publisher: Routledge Publishing
Language: English
Editors: Adam J Gordon
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Mission statement: Substance Abuse journal is a peer-reviewed journal that serves as the official publication of Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA) in association with The International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM) and the International Coalition for Addiction Studies in Education (INCASE). Substance Abuse journal offers wide-ranging coverage for healthcare professionals, addiction specialists and others engaged in research, education, clinical care, and service delivery and evaluation. It features articles on a variety of topics, including: Interdisciplinary addiction research, education, and treatment Clinical trial, epidemiology, health services, and translation addiction research Implementation science related to addiction Innovations and subsequent outcomes in addiction education Addiction policy and opinion International addiction topics Clinical care regarding addictions In addition, Substance Abuse publishes proceedings papers from the annual AMERSA meeting, book reviews, and letters to the editor.
Submission Notes: Detailed author instructions are available at http://www.amersa.org/ConIns.asp The Substance Abuse journal accepts manuscripts relevant to our aims and scope and to the missions of AMERSA , ISAM , INCASE , and other affiliated organizations. The Substance Abuse journal accepts the following manuscript types: original research, brief reports, review articles, case studies, letters to the editor, commentaries, and editorials. All manuscript types are cited as articles in relevant citation services.
Submission Email: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/WSUB
Submission Address : http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/WSUB
Web Address: http://www.tandfonline.com/wsub
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/WSUB
Abstracting/Indexing: Abstracted and/or indexed in: Academic Search Alumni Edition; Academic Search Complete; Academic Search Premier; CAB International Abstracts; CINAHL Database; Educational Research Abstracts; Medline; PsycINFO; SOC Index; Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) and Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE); Social Work Abstracts; and Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts.


Name: Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy
Country: United States
Year established: -
Sponsorship: -
Publisher: BioMed Central
Language: English
Editors: Stephan Arndt, Janet Zwick
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Web Address: http://www.substanceabusepolicy.com/
Submissions Web Address: http://www.substanceabusepolicy.com/manuscript
Abstracting/Indexing: Following publication in SATPP, the full-text of each article is deposited immediately and permanently archived in PubMed Central, the US National Library of Medicine's full-text repository of life science literature, and also in repositories in e-Depot, the National Library of the Netherlands' digital archive of electronic publications. SATPP is included in PubMed and all major bibliographic databases. SATPP is tracked by Thomson Reuters (ISI) and has an Impact Factor of 1.58


Name: Substance Use & Misuse
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1960
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Publisher: Informa Healthcare
Language: English
Editors: Stanley Einstein
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Mission statement: For over 40 years, Substance Use & Misuse has provided a unique international multidisciplinary environment for the exchange of facts, theories, viewpoints, and unresolved issues concerning substance use, misuse (licit and illicit drugs, alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine), "abuse", and dependency, eating disorders, and gambling. Substance Use & Misuse features original, peer-reviewed articles, notes, and book reviews, as well as special issues devoted to single topics. The journal also publishes proceedings and symposia that describe and analyze the latest research; and information on clinical prevention, training, law enforcement, and policy efforts. Topics covered include: measurements, instruments, scales, and tests; failure and drug use intervention; student substance use; gender and substance use; issues, credos, caveats, and unresolved issues; social pharmacology; classical-historical articles, reviews, and documents; prevention programs; artificial sciences and substance use/misuse intervention; ethnicity and substance abuse; topic-focused bibliographies.
Submission Notes: All papers should be submitted online - http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lsum. Hardcopies are not permitted. Text files should be submitted as Microsoft Word files. All tables and figures should be submitted as separate individual digital files. All parts of the manuscript should be typewritten, double-spaced, with margins of at least one inch on all sides. Number manuscript pages consecutively throughout the paper. Authors should also supply a shortened version of the title suitable for the running head, not exceeding 50 character spaces. A list of 5-10 key words must also accompany the manuscript, as well as a glossary, containing a list of brief scientific definitions of key terms and concepts. Each article should be summarized in an abstract of not more than 100 words, containing the following information: year of data collection, brief description of the sample as well as the total N, brief description of the area (country, urban, etc.), instruments used for data collection and the data analysis techniques, whether the study's implications and limitations are noted and whether future research is suggested, and source of funding for the study. Avoid abbreviations, diagrams, and reference to the text in the abstract. A copy of Informa Healthcare's copyright agreement stating that the manuscript has not been published elsewhere. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyrighted material from other sources and are required to sign an agreement for the transfer of copyright to the publisher. All accepted manuscripts, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher. A copyright agreement can be downloaded here. All ACCEPTED manuscripts are required to provide: foreign language abstracts in French and Spanish; a photograph and short biography of each contributing author.
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Web Address: http://www.informaworld.com/1082-6084
Submissions Web Address: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lsum
Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Abstracts, The Alcohol and Alcohol Problems Science Database (ETOH), ASSIA (Applied Social Sciences Index & Abstracts), Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Current Contents/Social and Behavioural Sciences, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, e-psyche, Health and Safety Science Abstracts, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, INIST-Pascal/CNRS, International Bibliography of Book Reviews, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, International Pharmaceutical Abstracts (IPA), NIJ/NCJRS, PsycINFO, Referativnyi Zhurnal/Russian Academy of Sciences, Reference Update, Research Alert, Risk Abstracts, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), Social Sciences Citation Index, Social SciSearch, Social Services Abstracts, Social Work Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts, UNDCP-Research Centre


Name: Sucht: Zeitschrift Für Wissenschaft Und Praxis ['German Journal Of Addiction Research And Practice']
Country: Germany
Year established: 1891
Sponsorship: Deutsche Hauptstelle für Suchtfragen e.V. (DHS, German Council on Addiction Problems); Deutsche Gesellschaft für Suchtforschung und Suchttherapie (DG-Sucht; German Society for Addiction Research and Addiction Therapy)
Publisher: Verlag Hans Huber, Hogrefe AG (Bern, Switzerland)
Language: German
Editors: Gerhard Bühringer (Editor-in-chief), Anil Batra; Andreas Heinz; Hans-Jürgen Rumpf (Deputy-Editors-in-Chief)
Assistant/Regional Editors: Dieter Caspari, Gabriele Fischer, Gerhard Gmel, Euphrosyne Gouzoulis-Mayfrank, Falk Kiefer, Christoph Kröger, Johannes Lindenmeyer, Manfred Laucht, Christian Meyer, Jürgen Rehm, Fred Rist, Wulf Rössler, Norbert Scherbaum, Michael Smolka, Siegfried Weyerer, Norbert Wodarz
Mission statement: Sucht is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed scientific journal directed at researchers and scientifically interested practitioners. Sucht publishes contributions in German and English, which deal with substance use, substance use disorders, and related topics. Manuscripts should make a significant contribution to the improvement of knowledge in the areas of etiology, epidemiology, prevention, or treatment. The main focus lies on empirically based papers and on trans-cultural research. A special objective is to derive practical conclusions with health policy implications from new scientific findings.
Submission Notes: Authors should follow formal instructions for format and length based on information at www.sucht-zeitschrift.com (in German and English). Manuscripts are only accepted online at www.editorialmanager.com/sucht
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Submission Address : Redaktion Zeitschrift SUCHT, Parzivalstraße 25, D-80804, München, Germany, Phone +49-89-36080415, Fax +49-89-36080419
Web Address: http://www.sucht-zeitschrift.com
Submissions Web Address: www.editorialmanager.com/sucht
Abstracting/Indexing: Addiction Abstracts, EMBASE, ETOH (NIAAA database), IBR, IBZ, JURIS, PsycINFO, PSYNDEX, Scopus,SoLit


Name: Suchtmedizin In Forschung Und Praxis (Suchtmed) [Addiction Medicine In Research And Practice]
Country: Germany
Year established: 1999
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: ecomed verlagsgesellschaft AG & Co. KG (Ecomed-Verlag)
Language: German
Editors: Michael Soyka and Markus Backmund
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Mission statement: Suchtmedizin in Forschung und Praxisis an independent forum for the interdisciplinary exchange of information in the area of addiction medicine. Contributors include experts in a range of specialist areas, from psychiatry and pharmacology, to internal medicine, gynaecology, emergency medicine, epidemiology, and sociology. The journal supports interdisciplinary communication between scientists and physicians as well as decision makers in public health policy and society.
Submission Notes: Detailed instructions to authors (PDF form) can be found at http://www.scientificjournals.com/sj/pdf/sfp/autorenhinweise.pdf. Electronic submission is preferred, although contributions can be sent to: Prof. Dr. Michael Soyka (Wissenschaftliche Schriftleitung), Psych. Klinik d. Universität München, Klinikum Innenstadt, Nußbaumstraße 7, D-80336 München, Germany. Tel: +49-89-5160-2777; Fax: +49-89-5150-5617. Email: Michael.Soyka@psy.med.uni-muenchen.de or Dr. med. Markus Backmund (Schriftleitung Innere Medizin, Akutmedizin) Krankenhaus München Schwabing, Kölner Platz 1, D-80804 München, Germany. Tel: +49-89-3068- 3366; Fax: +49-89-3068-3934. Email: Markus.Backmund@kms.mhn.de.
Submission Email: Michael.Soyka@psy.med.uni-muenchen.de
Submission Address : Prof. Dr. Michael Soyka (Wissenschaftliche Schriftleitung), Psych. Klinik d. Universität München, Klinikum Innenstadt, Nußbaumstraße 7, D-80336 München, Germany
Web Address: http://www.scientificjournals.com/sj/sfp/startseite
Submissions Web Address: http://www.scientificjournals.com/sj/pdf/sfp/autorenhinweise.pdf
Abstracting/Indexing: Psyindex, EMBASE


Name: Suchttherapie ['Addiction Treatment']
Country: Germany
Year established: 2000
Sponsorship: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Suchtmedizin (DGS), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Suchtpsychologie (DG SPS)
Publisher: Thieme Verlag (Germany)
Language: German
Editors: Michael Krausz, Hamburg; Joachim Körkel, Nürnberg
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Mission statement: Suchttherapie provides a forum for those working in the areas of prevention, treatment, and research. Theoretical and empirical contributions in Suchttherapieare based on current international research and practice. Suchttherapieendeavours to present important international treatment and research approaches and stimulate local discussion. Each issue focuses on a special topic. Overview articles present the current state of the chosen topic in a short and concise way, and institutional reports reflect the perspective of practice. In general, topics and authors are selected to meet the interest of readers from various disciplines. Regarding general practice and health care, Suchttherapielooks for contributions that present and discuss the principles of and various approaches to prevention, treatment, and policy.
Submission Notes: Send questions and manuscripts to: Georg Farnbacher, Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Suchtforschung der Universität Hamburg (ZIS) c/o Zentrum für Psychosoziale Medizin, Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie im UKE, Martinistraße 52, 20246 Hamburg, Germany. Tel./Fax: (040) 42803-5121, Email: krausz@uke.uni-hamburg.de; farnbacher@uke.uni-hamburg.de or sucht@thieme.de. Editor's address: Michael Krausz, Klinik fur Psychiatrie under Psychotherapie, Universitats-Krankenhaus, Eppendorf, Martinistr 52, Hamburg, 20246 Germany. For more details (in German) please see 'Hinweise für unsere Autoren' on the website listed below.
Submission Email: krausz@uke.uni-hamburg.de
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Web Address: http://www.thieme.de/suchttherapie/
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Abstracting/Indexing: EMBASE/Excerpta Media and PSYNDEX


Name: The American Journal on Addictions
Country: United States (USA)
Year established: 1992
Sponsorship: American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
Publisher: Brunner-Routledge Publishers (part of the Taylor & Francis Group)
Language: English
Editors: Sheldon I. Miller
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Mission statement: The American Journal on Addictionsis a refereed, peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for the dissemination of information on the etiology, prevention, identification, and treatment of substance abuse. Each issue covers a wide variety of topics including codependence, genetics, epidemiology, dual diagnosis, etiology, and neuroscience. Features of the journal include special overview articles, clinical or basic research papers, clinical updates, and book reviews within the area of addictions. The journal publishes special overview articles, original clinical or basic research papers, clinical updates, book reviews, and letters.
Submission Notes: See website for detailed submission information. Submit original and one copy, along with an electronic copy - computer diskette, CD, or email attachment using MS Word or WordPerfect, to Sheldon Miller, M.D., Editor, The American Journal on Addictions, PO Box 473, Colmar, PA 18915, USA; Tel.: 215-822-3106; Fax: 215-822-3109; Email: aja@aaap.org.
Submission Email: aja@aaap.org
Submission Address : Sheldon Miller, M.D., Editor, The American Journal on Addictions, PO Box 473, Colmar, PA 18915, USA; Tel.: 215-822-3106; Fax: 215-822-3109;
Web Address: http://www.aaap.org/journal/
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Abstracting/Indexing: Academic Search Complete, Addiction Abstracts, ETOH, ASSIA, Biomedical Reference Collection: Comprehensive, CABI CINAHL with Full Text, Consumer Health Complete, CSA (Toxicology Abstracts, Neuroscience, Health & Safety), Current Contents/Social and Behavioural Sciences, EMBASE, EMCARE, e-psyche, EBSCO Academic Search Premier, Excerpta Medica,HINARI, Index Medicus, ISI, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, MEDLINE, Medline with Full Text, National Criminal Justice Reference Service Database, Psychological Abstracts, PsycLIT, PsycINFO, PubMed, Research Alert, SCOPUS, Social Science Citation Index, Social Scisearch.


Name: The International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research
Country: Canada
Year established: 2011
Sponsorship: Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol (KBS)
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Language: English
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Submission Notes: The International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research uses Open Journal Systems for online journal publishing developed by the Public Knowledge Project. Registration and login are required to submit items online and to check the status of current submissions. If you prefer to submit directly to the Managing Editor or encounter problems in the submission process, please contact Brenda Newton-Taylor (btaylor@uwo.ca). Guidelines for authors at http://www.ijadr.org/index.php/ijadr/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions
Submission Email: btaylor@uwo.ca
Submission Address : http://www.ijadr.org/index.php/ijadr/user/register
Web Address: www.ijadr.org
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Name: The Open Addiction Journal
Country: The Netherlands
Year established: -2008
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Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers
Language: English
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Mission statement: The Open Addiction Journal is a peer-reviewed Open Access online journal which publishes high-quality original research articles, reviews and letters in the field of pre-clinical and clinical addiction and substance abuse research. Topics covered in this interdisciplinary journal include: pharmacology; neuroscience; co-dependence; epidemiology; genetics; psychiatry; diagnosis; prevention; therapy; policy of addiction and substance abuse.
Submission Notes: The manuscript should be written in English in a clear, direct and active style. All pages must be numbered sequentially, facilitating in the reviewing and editing of the manuscript. It is advisable that authors prepare their manuscript using the template available on the Website. The template can be downloaded from www.bentham.org/open/template (Mac and Windows compatible; Microsoft Word XP/2000). There is no restriction on the number of figures, tables or additional files e.g. video clips, animation and datasets, that can be included with each article online. Publication fees can be viewed on the website.
Submission Email: toaddj@benthamopen.org
Submission Address : Manuscripts may be submitted directly to toaddj@benthamopen.org or via FTP at www.bentham-ftp.org/open/?toaddj
Web Address: http://www.bentham.org/open/toaddj/index.htm
Submissions Web Address: http://www.bentham-ftp.org/open/?toaddj
Abstracting/Indexing: Google, Google Scholar


Name: Tobacco Control
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Year established: 1992
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
Language: English
Editors: Ruth E. Malone
Assistant/Regional Editors: Deputy Editor: Melanie Wakefield (Australia)

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Mission statement: Tobacco Control aims to study: 1) the nature and consequences of tobacco use worldwide; 2) the effect of tobacco use on health, the economy, the environment and society; 3) the efforts of the health community and health advocates to prevent and control tobacco use; and 4) the activities of the tobacco industry and its allies to promote tobacco use. Tobacco Controlprovides a forum for research, analysis, commentary, and debate on policies, programs, and strategies that are likely to further the objectives of a comprehensive tobacco control policy. In papers submitted for review, the introduction should indicate why the research reported or issues discussed are important in terms of controlling tobacco use, and the discussion section should include an analysis of how the research reported contributes to tobacco control objectives. Papers firmly anchored to a strategic policy and programme context are more likely to be accepted for publication. The journal seeks to reach an international readership. Authors should consider whether their submission addresses issues or themes likely to be of interest to researchers working in other nations. Overly parochial issues, which contain few lessons for tobacco control policy outside a paper's local context, are unlikely to be given high priority.
Submission Notes: Full instructions are available online at http://tobaccocontrol.bmj.com/ifora. Articles must be submitted electronically http://submit-tc.bmj.com. Authors retain copyright but are required to grant Tobacco Control an exclusive licence to publish. The BMJ follows guidelines on editorial independence produced by the World Association of Medical Editors (www.wame.org/wamestmt.htm#independence), the code on good publication practice produced by the Committee on Publication Ethics (www.publicationethics.org.uk/guidelines/), and the EQUATOR network resource centre (http://www.equator-network.org/) for good research reporting. Editors reserve the right to return manuscripts that do not meet these guidelines.
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Web Address: http://tobaccocontrol.bmj.com
Submissions Web Address: http://submit-tc.bmj.com
Abstracting/Indexing: Medline and Index Medicus, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Current Contents/Social & Behavioural Sciences, Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index


Name: Toxicodependências ['Drug Addiction']
Country: Portugal
Year established: 1995
Sponsorship: Instituto da Droga e da Toxicodependência
Publisher: Ministério da Saúde - Instituto da Droga e da Toxicodependência
Language: Portuguese
Editors: Nuno Silva Miguel and João Salvado Ribeiro
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Mission statement: Toxicodependênciasis a Portuguese language, peer-reviewed journal that promotes better understanding of drug addiction problems and multifactorial phenomena. It welcomes theoretical contributions and empirical studies in the areas of biology, genetics, psychology, and sociology related to drug use and abuse. In particular, it is interested in articles concerning neurobiological substrates, psychological and physical dependence, the role of craving in addiction and relapse, psychiatric comorbidity, prevalence and patterns of drug use, hidden populations using drugs, drug-related infectious diseases, drug-related crime, and drug-related social exclusion. With the goal of being a platform for discussion in the field, letters to the editors, critical reviews, as well as papers focused on the evaluation of intervention and prevention strategies in the drug field (recovery and therapeutic communities) are welcome.
Submission Notes: Submit using form or website, or alternatively by post to the address given below. Postal submissions must include two printed copies and one CD copy of article (Microsoft word for text, power point for graphics/tables), with max 200 word abstract in Portuguese, French and English and three to seven key words
Submission Email: toxicodependencias@idt.min-saude.pt
Submission Address : Revista Toxicodependências IDT  Instituto da Droga e da Toxicodependência, I.P. Praça de Alvalade, 7 - 11º piso 1700-036 LISBOA
Web Address: http://www.toxicodependencias.pt/
Submissions Web Address: http://www.toxicodependencias.pt/id.asp?id=p1p661p663
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Name: Trastornos Adictivos ['Addictive Disorders']
Country: Spain
Year established: 1999
Sponsorship: Sociedad Española de Toxicomanías; Ministerio de Sanidad dentro de un Programa de Formación Continuada en Trastornos Adictivos; Delegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional sobre Drogas
Publisher: Ediciones Doyma, S.L.
Language: Spanish
Editors: F. Javier Álvarez
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Mission statement: Trastornos Adictivosis a publication for health professionals involved in the treatment of drug addictions. Trastornos Adictivos publishes editorials, updates/reviews, research articles, case-reports and news related to the field of substance abuse and addiction.
Submission Notes: Send three double-spaced copies of the manuscript in Spanish or English (primary language Spanish) (including figures) to: Trastornos Adictivos, Ediciones Doyma, S.L. Ediciones Doyma, S.L. C/ Infanta Mercedes, 90. 6º 28020 Madrid, Spain. Tel: + 34 91 425 11 42; Fax: + 3491 425 04 24. Web and Email submission is also possible. Editor's email: alvarez@med.uva.es. For more information contact: aazpicueta@doyma.es. Additionally, Trastornos Adictivos will consider articles submitted in English.
Submission Email: aazpicueta@doyma.es; alvarez@med.uva.es
Submission Address : Trastornos Adictivos, Ediciones Doyma, S.L. Ediciones Doyma, S.L. C/ Infanta Mercedes, 90. 6º 28020 Madrid, Spain
Web Address: http://www.doyma.es/ta
Submissions Web Address: http://external.doyma.es/cgi-bin/wdbcgi.exe/espacioautores/home.home
Abstracting/Indexing: IME, TOXIBASE, Psicodoc


Name: Voprosy Narkologii ['Addiction Problems']
Country: Russia
Year established: 1999
Sponsorship: N/A
Publisher: National Research Centre on Addictions (as part of an agreement with the Publishing House Anakharsis)
Language: Russian
Editors: Nikolai Ivanets
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Mission statement: Voprosy Narkologii publishes and welcomes articles concerning biological, clinical, epidemiological, organizational, and other aspects of addiction. The majority of published articles are based on the scientific research of specialists working in scientific and treatment organizations of the Russian Federation. However, research articles by scientists from other countries are also published, in addition to official documents related to the field of addiction. Further, the journal regularly informs readers about addiction-related dissertations by doctoral students. The articles that are published include original research articles, clinical experiences, the results of applications of new treatments (e.g., psychotherapy or social rehabilitation), scientific reviews, information about meetings and congresses, discussions about specific problems, and official documents.
Submission Notes: Paper submissions should be sent to Russia, Contact telephone: (095) 241 81 86 for more information (this is the main number for the National Research Centre on Addictions) or email Dr. Ivanets at dir@niin.ru.
Submission Email: dir@niin.ru
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Name: Wiener Zeitschrift Für Suchtforschung ['Viennese Journal Of Addiction Research']
Country: Austria
Year established: 1977
Sponsorship: Sponsorship: Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst ('Federal Ministry for Science and Art')
Publisher: Anton-Proksch-Institut and Ludwig Boltzmann-Institute für Suchtforschung
Language: German
Editors: Michael Musalek, Alfred Springer
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Mission statement: Wiener Zeitschrift is a German language journal focusing on interdisciplinary research in the fields of addiction theory, treatment and practice, especially that regarding the use and abuse of psychoactive substances.
Submission Notes: Detailed instructions concerning formatting and editing procedures for text and graphics are printed in every issue of the journal. Original scientific articles on practice and theory, as well as book reviews and brief reports on the development of ongoing projects, are considered for inclusion. The preferred language is German, but exceptions will be made for articles written in English. Manuscript length should be 5-25 pages (about 15.000-75.000 keystrokes) plus tables, graphics and references. Manuscripts should not have been previously published earlier in other German language journals. Manuscripts should be sent to: Wiener Zeitschrift für Suchtforschung, Anton Proksch-Institut, Mackgasse 7-11, A-1230 Wien, Austria. Email for more information: wzfs@api.or.at, Tel: + 43 1 880 10 957, or Fax: + 43 1 880 10 956. Manuscripts should be sent in electronically modifiable form (i.e., on disk, by email or on CD ROM).
Submission Email: wzfs@api.or.at
Submission Address : Wiener Zeitschrift für Suchtforschung, Anton Proksch-Institut, Mackgasse 7-11, A-1230 Wien, Austria
Web Address: http://www.api.or.at/wzfs
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Abstracting/Indexing: Dokumentation, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Drogmissbruk, Psychologischer Index, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, PSYNDEX


Name: Zeitschrift fúr Suchtmedizin
Country: Germany
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