About the Journal

Phenomena Journal is a six-monthly journal written in double-blind peer-review (double-blind peer review) aimed at experts in the fields of Psychopathology, Neuroscience and Psychotherapy. The journal aims to publish articles, reviews, methodological hypotheses of study, opinion articles, produced by names of the national and international panorama of the sectors of interest of the journal. In addition, the journal aims to disseminate scientific culture in sectors that are not exclusively academic, such as, for example, clinical fields not specialized in research projects. The journal, managed by the Phenomena research group, published by Marp Edizioni, offers editorial support through an available and flexible method for all those who want to approach the world of scientific research. The articles are available on the website. This is an Open Access magazine. This means that all published content is freely available. Users can read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link the full text of the articles published in this journal without asking the publisher or author for any authorization. The above is in accordance with the definition of "open access" made by the BOAI.

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Peer review

This Journal uses a double blind peer review process ; the choice of reviewers is made by the editorial director, Raffaele Sperandeo, in agreement with the refereeing committee set up within the editorial committee, taking into account the following elements:

1) good knowledge of the topic addressed in the work;
2) availability in terms of time; 3) absence of conflicts of interest.

The article will be sent anonymously to avoid possible influences due to the author's name. The editorial staff may decide not to submit the article to any referee because it is deemed not relevant or not rigorous or in compliance with adequate scientific standards. The referees' judgments will be sent to the author even in the event of a negative response.


  1. Humanistic
    therapy 2. Integrated therapy 3. Cognitive therapy 4. Behavioral therapy 5. Psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapy 6. Systemic therapy 7. Clinical Psychology 8. Cognitive neuroscience 9. Brain health and clinical neuroscience 10. Affective neuroscience 11. Computational Neuroscience 12. Mind, brain and educational science 13. Clinical psychopathology 14. Phenomenological psychopathology


  1. Editorial
    02. Original research 03. Short research report 04. Systematic Review 05. Review06. Mini review07. Hypotheses and study methods 08. Clinical study protocol 09. Cynical study 10. Clinical case 11. Data report 12. Policy Brief 13. Comment 14. Opinion article 15. Book review


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