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Editorial  by Editor-in-Chief

 

March, 2021

It is a tremendous honor and responsibility to assume the position of Editor-in-Chief of the Clinical neuropsychopharmacology and Therapeutics (CNPT) upon the retirement of Founding Editor-in-Chief, Professor Tsuyoshi Kondo (Ryukyu University) and second Editor-in-Chief, Professor Takeshi Terao (Oita University). Professors Kondo and Terao have provided an exceptional leadership to the journal, and I am grateful to follow in their footsteps.

As Editor-in-Chief, I will seek to build on the foundation laid by Professors Kondo and Terao to publish high-impact, pioneering research in Clinical psychopharmacology. I believe the strength of CNPT is the combination of its clinical focus, which directly affects patient care, and scientific advances with clinical applications.

CNPT is the official journal of the Japanese Society of Clinical Neuropsychopharmacology. CNPT has always focused on clinical psychopharmacology. CNPT is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal publishing on all aspects of neuropsychiatric disorder.  The journal welcomes submitted papers covering original research, reviews, meta-analysis, guidelines, expert opinion, letter to the editors, and case reports.

I appreciate that a key function of the Editor-in-Chief is to facilitate the timely review and publication of submitted manuscripts. Improving the time from submission to editorial decision to publication is essential, so our readers can obtain the most up-to-date information as quickly as possible. I try to make the first decision within 2 weeks after submitting.

I believe this is an exciting time in psychopharmacology, and I am enthusiastic to serve as CNPT Editor-in-Chief. I am thankful and appreciative for this opportunity, and I look forward to my new role.

Hikaru Hori, MD, PhD
Editor-in-Chief of CNPT
Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, Fukuoka University

CNPT  - Guide to Web Journal

 

Clinical Neuropsychopharmacology and Therapeutics (CNPT) is the official web journal of The Japanese Society of Clinical Neuropsychopharmacology (JSCNP), which publishes original articles from all aspects of clinical neuropsychopharmacology and therapeutics.
ISSN: 1884-8826 (ONLINE)
The journal provides free subscription and open access to all the new articles after a rapid processing of publication. In particular, CNPT would like to encourage JSCNP members to submit their new research findings in areas of scientific interest. Not only members but also non-members can submit articles without charges.
For more details, please refer to the information given below.

For Readers

For Authors

Conflict of Interest

Each author is required to complete and return this form to the corresponding author.
The corresponding author should upload the forms online

When submitting a revised manuscript to Clinical Neuropsychopharmacology and Therapeutics (CNPT) , all authors are required to disclose any financial relationship (either within the past 12 months or during last year) with a company or organization that has an interest in the subject matter or materials discussed in the manuscript. The matters requiring disclosure are outlined in the JSCNP Conflict of Interest Policy (IV. Matters Requiring Disclosure).

When a manuscript has been accepted for publication, all of the disclosures will appear in the article as a “Conflict of Interest Statement” in CNPT as follows:

Conflict of Interest Statement
A (author name) serves as a consultant to Z (entity name); B’s spouse is chairman of Y; C received a research grant from X; D received lecture fees from V; E holds a patent on U; F has been reimbursed by T for attending several conferences; G received honoraria for writing promotional material for S; H has no conflict of interest.

If you, your spouse, or other immediate family member, has any of the listed relationships with a commercial entity that has an interest in the subject matter in your manuscript, please refer it to the JSCNP’s definition for potential conflict of interest which must be disclosed. And then, check the appropriate "Yes" box below and provide details. If the listed relationship does not apply to you or your family member, check the appropriate "No" box.

Reproduction:

CNPT is an Open Access journal distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC 4.0)(Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International)Anyone may download, reuse, copy, reprint, distribute, or modify articles published in the journal for not-for-profit purposes if they cite the original authors and source properly. For for-profit or commercial use, a written permission by the JSCNP is required.

Advertising Policy

JSCNP will not accept any advertisement for products or services to be published or posted on CNPT and its related webpages.

Submission & Contact

Editor-in-Chief Hikaru Hori handles all manuscripts directly and promptly.
Please submit your manuscript to h.hori.lj@adm.fukuoka-u.ac.jp as an attached file.


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