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October-December 2022| Vol 36| Issue 4

Editorial

Enhancing efficacy and acceptance of cognitive behavioral therapy through understanding its neuroscience

Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based therapy for depression and anxiety[1] and has good indication in several mental ill health conditions, applied either solo or in combination wit...


Review Article

Development of monoclonal antibody therapeutics for alzheimer's disease

Background: In a previous review article in the Taiwanese Journal of Psychiatry (Takeda and Tagami: Taiwanese J. Psychiatry 2020; 34: 152-61), we gave the development status of ...


Original Article

Lung cancer and posttraumatic stress symptoms: Predictive factors and subgroup analysis

Objective: Lung cancer is the most common cancer and the leading cause of cancer death worldwide. Research on the correlation between posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSSs) and lung cancer is ...


Original Article

Mental health states of soldiers with histories of corona virus disease 2019 infection in Taiwan: A comparison study with non-infected soldiers

Objectives: According to the most recent studies on the mental health impacts of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), psychological effects are salient in the community, but they are not obvi...


Original Article

The association of depression and quality of life in patients with neurocognitive disorder in a tertiary care center: An observational study

Objective: Depression can be a psychological reaction of a patient toward the diagnosis of neurocognitive disorder, and it can be a part of the complex biological response involving both illn...


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Taiwanese Journal of Psychiatry, a publication of Taiwanese Society of Psychiatry, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.
ISSN: 1028-3684

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