International Journal of Stress Management®
The editorial focus of the International Journal of Stress Management® (IJSM) is the assessment, management, and treatment of stress and trauma, whether emotional, cognitive, behavioral, or physiological. Personal, occupational, organizational, and societal issues relevant to stress identification and management are also covered.
IJSM publishes articles that advance theory and practice and promotes methodologically sound research in stress identification and management across disciplines that include psychology and other social sciences, psychiatry, medicine, therapy and other healthcare, business and industry, humanities, arts, education, engineering, and others.
The journal publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed original research — qualitative and/or quantitative empirical, theoretical, historical, and review articles — as well as brief reports, book reviews, and editorials. Contributions to the IJSM come from an international array of scholars and practitioners who come from varied disciplines around the globe.
Manuscripts that advance theory, address real-world issues, expand theory and practice across cultures or regions, and/or take an interdisciplinary approach are encouraged. The Editor also encourages manuscripts linking social or environmental factors, with cognitive processes and physiological responses, as well as articles that address underrepresented populations.
Articles, written by scholars or practitioners, addressing prevention, coping and/or stress management are of particular relevance for this journal.
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