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Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology

Title Abbreviation
J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol
Electronic ISSN
Caregivers, Epidemiologists, Geriatricians, Gerontologists, Health Scientists, Health service researchers, Molecular Biologists, Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Nurses, Pharmaco-Epidemiologists, Pharmacologists, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers
JGPN presents the results of clinical and research reviews and studies considering all aspects of the psychiatric and neurologic care of older adults, including age-related biologic, neurologic, psychiatric and neuropsychological conditions; psychosocial problems; forensic issues; and matters relating to caregiving. It welcomes discussion of advances in allied sciences as diverse as molecular biology and genetics, neuroimaging, neuropathology, neuropsychology, pharmacology, epidemiology and other areas of health sciences research relevant to psychiatric and neurologic understanding and care of older adults.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - US
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