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ABOUT THE JOURNAL

 

Basic Information

Dementia & Neuropsychologia is to publish research in cognitive and behavioral sciences, focusing on clinical epidemiology, basic and applied neurosciences, and cognitive tests devised or adapted for populations with heterogeneous cultural, educational and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Dementia & Neuropsychologia is particularly involved in publishing and disseminating research findings relevant to developing countries. It also seeks to disseminate reviews and case reports that are important contributions to neurology, psychiatry, geriatrics, neuropsychology, speech therapy, occupational therapy and related fields, both for research and patient care.

Dementia & Neuropsychologia is a quarterly journal published in English which also includes Portuguese versions of the title, abstract and key words. The journal is printed but it is also available online in open access format. Manuscripts prepared in Portuguese or Spanish can be accepted and translated by native English-speaking specialists for an additional fee.

Its abbreviated title is Dement. neuropsychol., which should be used in bibliographies, footnotes and bibliographical references and strips.

 

Indexed in

  • LATINDEX (Regional Information System online for Scientific Journals of Latin America, El Caribbean, Spain and the Portugal)
  • LILACS (Literature on the Health Sciences in Latin America and the Caribbean)
  • PsycINFO (Associação Americana de Psicologia)
  • SCOPUS (Abstract and citation Database of Peer-reviewed)

 

Intellectual Property

All content of the journal, except where identified, is licensed under a Creative Commons attribution-type CC-BY).

 

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