Journal of Psychology & Neuropsychiatry Studies (JPNS) is an international, open access, peer review journal dedicated to various disciplines of Psychology and Neurology. Our main aim is to publish high-quality articles such as Research, Review, Case reports, Short Communications, and Clinical Images etc. 

JPNS provide a basic platform for researchers, scientists, scholars, and students to publish their research work & update the latest research information related to the study of neuropsychology, diagnosis, treatments.

RECENT ARTICLES
Protein Composition of Foot Muscles of the Razor Clam Sinonovacula constricta Based on Proteomics Analysis
Proteins contained in the foot of the razor clam Sinonovacula constricta were analyzed and identified by non-labeled quantitative technology, and nutritional and functional components were explored in this study. The identified proteins were comparee...
GC-MS Bioactive Compounds Characterization and Antioxidant Activities of Defatted and Un-Defatted Cashew (Anacardium Occidentale L) Kernel Flour
This study investigates the bioactive compounds of defatted and un-defatted cashew kernel flour. Kernel was removed from the nuts, cleaned, dried and milled into flour. Kernel flour was defatted using n-hexane and petroleum ether. Samples A (Un-def...
Postoperative safety of proximal femoral nail anti-rotation for treating intertrochanteric fractures in elderly patients with different coronary positions
Objective: Closed reduction and proximal femoral nail anti-rotation (PFNA) fixation are the primary surgical treatments for elderly intertrochanteric fractures. However, PFNA often requires a reliable lateral wall for secondary stability, which is ...
The Value of Elementary Music Education in Child's Cognitive Development
The scientific article "The Value of Elementary Music Education in Child's Cognitive Development" describes the synchronization of neural coding in interaction with learning algorithms for high-precision perception and processing of patterns. Neuro...
Predictors of Attitudes towards LGB in Greece
The aim of the research is to examine the predictors of attitudes towards LGB in Greece and especially the role of psychopathology (depression, suicidality, perceived stress, gay-related stress). A questionnaire was distributed to a sample of 112 pa...
Effective Communication in Anesthesia Emergencies
Emergencies, by their nature, are disruptive and demanding. They require healthcare teams to be exceptionally focused and composed to administer effective management. Essential to this process is emergency communication, where rapid, clear, and preci...