Celebrate with us the countdown towards 2023 with ScienceOpen’s Year in Review.
Our network has grown to include over 82 million records on ScienceOpen in the last year. We invite you to join us in celebrating by following our Year in Review campaign, which highlights some of the year’s most remarkable accomplishments.
Today’s success story: the Journal of Psychedelic Studies by AK Journals.
Journal of Psychedelic Studies and the AK Journals Collection
Akadémiai Kiadó, founded in 1828 by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS), is Hungary’s oldest continuously operating publishing house, aiming to promote Hungarian and international science, and to effectively support information exchange amongst scientists on a global level.
Since 2019, ScienceOpen and Akadémiai Kiadó have collaborated to integrate content from various AK Journals in our network, with over 2,400 publications currently featured in the super collection.
As part of this diverse super collection, we would like to highlight the content of the Journal of Psychedelic Studies today, which aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of information about psychedelic substances and the biological, neurochemical, and psychological changes they induce, as well as their social implications.
The journal accepts case reports, case series, original research, meta-analyses, reviews of the literature, and book reviews of topics ranging from psychopharmacology, neurobiology and psychology to philosophy, sociology and anthropology. The journal’s philosophy is based on biology and psychology, but it is also open to spiritual and religious considerations.
Explore the journal through some highlighted title below, and make sure to follow the AK Journals collection to stay up to date on new additions to this collection.
- The role of Indigenous knowledges in psychedelic science
- Entity encounters and the therapeutic effect of the psychedelic mystical experience
- Philosophy and classic psychedelics: A review of some emerging themes
- Internet method for the extraction of N,N -dimethyltryptamine from Mimosa hostilis roots: Does it really extract dimethyltryptamine?
Looking forward to new collaborations in 2023!
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