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Interpersonal and Biological Processes

A Journal of the Washington School of Psychiatry

Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes received a 2017 Impact Factor of 2.186*

*©2017 Thomson Reuter, 2017 Journal Citations Report

Internationally recognized,  Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes,  a journal of The Washington School of Psychiatry, has responded to rapid research advances in psychiatry, psychology, neuroscience, trauma and psychopathology,  Increasingly, studies in these areas are being placed in the context of human development across the lifespan, and the multiple systems that influence individual functioning.  This journal provides broadly applicable and effective strategies for dealing with the major unsolved problems in the field. Explore the Journal Online to:

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About the Washington School of Psychiatry

The Washington School of Psychiatry is dedicated to the promotion of human welfare through the advancement of mental health. The school offers postgraduate professional education and training, fosters the spirit of inquiry, and offers a wide range of mental health services in the Washington metropolitan area. Learn more about The Washington School of Psychiatry at www.wspdc.org.

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Editorial Information

Robert J. Ursano, MD, Uniformed Services, University of the Health Sciences

Managing Editor:
Mary Lee Dichtel, Washington School of Psychiatry

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Distinguished Authors

Paul Appelbaum, MD
Sidney Blatt, PhD
George Bonanno, PhD
Richard Bryant, PhD
Judith Cohen, MD
Peter Fonagy, PhD
Matthew Friedman, MD
Sandro Galea, MD, MPH, DrPH
Stevan Hobfoll, PhD
Dilip Jeste, MD


Ronald Kessler, PhD
Roberto Lewis-Fernandez, MD
Patrick Luyten, PhD
Matthew Nock, PhD
Robert S. Pynoos, MD, MPH
Kerry Ressler, MD, PhD
Kenneth J. Ruggiero, PhD
Arieh Shalev, MD
Steven Southwick, MD
Simon Wessely, MD

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