Journal of ECT

Dedicated to the Science of Electroconvulsive Therapy and Related Treatments: Official Journal of the Association for Convulsive Therapy, an allied organization of the American Psychiatric Association
Journal of ECT 10950680
ISBN/ISSN: 10950680
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Description

The Journal of ECT covers all aspects of electroconvulsive therapy and related treatments. Leading clinicians and researchers examine the effects of induced seizures, as well as non-convulsive brain stimulation, on behavior and organ systems; review important research results on the mode of induction, occurrence, and propagation of seizures; explore the difficult sociological, ethical, and legal issues concerning the use of ECT; and discuss the latest developments in rTMS, VNS, MST, and DBS.

For more information, visit www.ectjournal.com.

Features

--Original articles
--Case reports
--Dynamic reviews and commentary
--Short communications
--Symposia reports
--Critical reviews of new equipment
--Information on educational resources
--Abstracts
--Controversies
--Classics in ECT research
--Website: www.ectjournal.com

About the Editor(s)

  • W. V McCall MD, MS
  • Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Winston-Salem, NC

Specs

  • ISSN: 10950680
  • Published: Published Quarterly

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