Journal of Addiction and Physical Dependence (JAPD) is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing high quality research articles on addiction and physical dependence in a bimonthly frequency. The journal accepts submissions of original articles, review articles, practice articles, editorials, short communications, case reports, on characteristic psychological or physiologic dependence on a substance or repetition that is beyond intended control, substance-related addictions such as the abuse of alcohol, drugs, nicotine, amphetamine addiction, cocaine addiction, opiate addiction, food addiction, gambling addiction, sexual addiction.
JAPD aspires to publish under clear open access peer-reviewed research and deliver free and unrestricted access of research articles for the advancement of the biosphere.
We mainly publish articles related to addiction and physical dependence, but our articles span the fields of psychology, substance use disorder, tolerance, addictive drug, social policy, pharmacology and neuroscience, Ethical, legal and liability issues in addiction medicine practice, are also encouraged.
All submissions to the JAPD undergo a loyal, supportive, and double-blind peer-review process. All articles are immediately available to read and reuse upon publication. Articles published in JAPD enables user/ reader/ peer to use the content with clear permission in a way that it can be reused and redistributed as long as the article source is appropriately given credit for non-commercial purpose.
Journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
JAPD welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors to the submission portal in website and also through email@example.com as an attachment.
Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Computer Addiction Research
Drug Addiction Treatment
Food Addiction Research
Heroin Addiction Treatment
Holistic Addiction Treatment
Methodological issues in addiction research
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
Pathophysiology of addiction
Smart Phone Addiction
Substance use in pregnancy