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Clinical Psychology Studies is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal published by Allameh Tabataba’i University, the leading university in Humanities and Social Sciences in Iran. Clinical Psychology Studies has been established to provide an intellectual platform for national and international researchers working on issues related to clinical psychology. The Journal was founded in as a response to quick advancements in clinical psychology and was dedicated to the publication of highest-quality research studies that report findings on issues of great concern to the profession of clinical psychology.   

To allow for easy and worldwide access to the most updated research findings, the journal is set to be an open-access journal. 

The journal charges two million Rials to compensate a part of the arbitration fee, and if the article is accepted, additionally four million Rials will be charged from the authors for a part of the costs of processing the articles, the rest of the costs will be financially supported by Allameh Tabataba'i University.

Non-Iranian authors are free of mentioned charges.

Research Paper
Predicting of Marital Commitment Based on Couples' Conflict Resolution Styles, Self-Compassion and Satisfaction of Basic Psychological Needs

Mina Zare; Mohammad Reza Taghavi; Abdulaziz Aflakseir

Volume 13, Issue 50 , April 2023, Pages 1-36


  Successful marriage has positive effects on the well-being of individuals, and marital commitment is one of the key component of successful marriage. This study aimed to predict marital commitment based on couples' conflict resolution styles, self-compassion, and satisfaction of basic psychological needs. ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Relationship Between Parental Obsessive Beliefs and Social Anxiety in Children Through Emotion Regulation in Female students

Motahare Nouran; mehran azadi

Volume 13, Issue 50 , April 2023, Pages 37-68


  AbstractSocial anxiety has a chronic and continuous process and is highly related to childhood and family. The aim of this study was determine the relationship between parents' obsessive beliefs and social anxiety in children with emotion regulation mediation. The research design was descriptive and ...  Read More

Research Paper
Investigation on Community Distress Level During COVID-19 Pandemic for Data Driven Policy Making in Health Care Management

farnoosh safavifar; ali nouri; Jamileh Zarei; Yalda metghalchi; Farzad Peiravian; Nazila Yousefi

Volume 13, Issue 50 , April 2023, Pages 69-98


  In order for the policy makers to design and fulfill suitable interventions in community’s psychological management which affected by Covid-19 pandemic, it is necessary to monitor all information about different groups of community in quickly, comprehensive and classified manner at different times. ...  Read More

Research Paper
Comparison of the Effectiveness of the Package Therapy Based on Psychological Factors Associated with Parkinson's Disease and the Memory Specificity Training (MEST) on the Mood of these Patients

Farzaneh Khaleghi Dehnavi; Hamid Taher Neshat Doost; hooshang talebi; Ahmad Chitsaz

Volume 13, Issue 50 , April 2023, Pages 127-160


  Parkinson's disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that causes motor and non-motor symptoms. Non-motor symptoms such as mood disorders severely affect patients' quality of life. The interrelationship of multiple non-motor symptoms with each other makes comprehensive therapies necessary to ...  Read More

Research Paper
Compilation and Validation of Positive Affect Syste0m Training Protocol According to RDoC in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Ghazal Zandkarimi; Elaheh Bafghi; Roshanak Khodabakhsh Pirkalani

Volume 13, Issue 50 , April 2023, Pages 162-193


  Purpose: Today, the presence of the positive affect system in the research domain criteria (RDoC) suggests a different treatment path with emphasis on emotional symptoms and without labeling the disorder. Based on this, the present study aimed to develop and validate the treatment protocol for obsessive-compulsive ...  Read More

Research Paper
Epidemiology of Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder in the middle school students

ali ahmadian; khodamorad momeni; jahangir karami

Volume 13, Issue 50 , April 2023, Pages 195-222


  The current study has aimed to investigate the prevalence of disruptive mood dysregulation disorder among the middle school students in kermanshah city. The design of this research is descriptive- survey. 584 students (282 boys and 302 girls) were selected by a multistage cluster sampling method and ...  Read More

Effectiveness of Mixed Cognitive-behaviorial Therapy and Mindfulness Based stressreduction in Treating a Case of Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Roshanak Khodabakhsh Pirkalani; Hanieh Rahim Jamarouni

Volume 4, Issue 13 , February 2014, , Pages 121-147

  The study aimed to examine effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy in combination with stress reduction based on mindfulness in reducing anxiety and automatic thoughts and improving general health of a patient with generalized anxiety disorder. The study used a singlesubject A-B design to determine ...  Read More

Comparison of Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Therapy in Improving quality of life in patients with irritable bowel syndrome

Saeedeh Zomorrodi; Seyyed Kazem Rasoulzadeh Tabataba’i

Volume 4, Issue 13 , February 2014, , Pages 63-88

  The study aimed to make a comparison between effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy and mindfulness-based therapy in improving quality of life of patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The study followed a quasi-experimental design with three groups a pre-test and a final test. Group sizes ...  Read More

Impact of Cognitive Factors on Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes in Yazd

Akbar Zare' Shahabadi; Fatemeh Ebrahimi Sadrabadi

Volume 4, Issue 13 , February 2014, , Pages 1-22

  Diabetes refers to complex chronic metabolic conditions that are characterized by elevated levelsof blood glucose if untreated. Diabetes is one of the biggest health problems faced with many people living in Yazd. The disease rate in Yazd is twice as high as the country’s average rate. Patient's ...  Read More

A Phenomenological Inquiry of the Divorce Contexts among Divorced Individuals

Yusef Karimi; Sakineh Almasi; Razgar Mohammadi; Hassan Fazeli

Volume 7, Issue 25 , March 2017, , Pages 191-211


  Due to the dramatic rise in divorce rate in recent years, many scholars have attempted to unravel the factors involved in this increasing phenomenon. The present paper aimed at a qualitative phenomenological study of the divorce contexts in the city of Rasht. In so doing, 25 divorced people who were ...  Read More

The Effectiveness of Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP) on Marital Intimacy

Ahmad Heydarnia; Ali Mohamad Nazari; Ali Akbar Soleimanian

Volume 4, Issue 15 , January 2015, , Pages 61-78

  AbstractThe present study aims at investigating the effectiveness of prevention and relationship enhancement program (PREP) on increasing marital intimacy. To do so, 24 couples who referred to state and private counseling centers to enhance their marital intimacy were selected. They were then randomly ...  Read More

Research Paper
The effectiveness of computer-based cognitive rehabilitation on improving cognitive impairment in adolescents with generalized anxiety disorder

Yasna Farokhsiri; mohsen saiedmanesh; mahdiyeh azizibandarabadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 February 2024


  Adolescence is one of the most important transformational periods and a person will face many challenges during this period, each of which in turn can cause stress and anxiety in the adolescent's life. Anxiety disorders are one of the most common psychiatric problems in adolescence, one of the most common ...  Read More

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