This journal explores the intersection of human behavior, healthcare and the uses of technology. It considers the social, psychological, cultural, biological and other medical contexts of behavior, with coverage extending to telehealth, behavioral health, telemental health, mHealth, technology, education, eLearning, innovation and policy.
Featuring original research, systematic reviews, and studies of evidence-based practice, the journal publishes theoretical articles, position papers, guidelines and editorials. Methodologies include surveys, randomized controlled trials, direct observation, descriptive methods, laboratory and field experiments, economic analyses, conference proceedings, project and program profiles, ethnography, evaluation and more.
As the official journal of the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science, it promotes interprofessional scholarship and interdisciplinary collaboration which spans geographical, cultural, disciplinary and methodological boundaries.
- Explores the intersection of human behavior, healthcare and the uses of technology
- Publishes original research, theoretical articles, position papers, guidelines and editorials
- Official journal of the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science
- Donald M. Hilty
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- Hybrid (Transformative Journal). Learn about publishing Open Access with us
- 75 days
- Submission to first decision
- 134 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 73,919 (2020)
The Refugee and Immigrant Core Stressors Toolkit (RICST): Understanding the Multifaceted Needs of Refugee and Immigrant Youth and Families Through a Four Core Stressors Framework
Authors (first, second and last of 4)
Freely Available Virtual Reality Experiences as Tools to Support Mental Health Therapy: a Systematic Scoping Review and Consensus Based Interdisciplinary Analysis
Authors (first, second and last of 10)
Perceived Usefulness of Telehealth Among Rural Medical Providers: Barriers to Use and Associations with Provider Confidence
Call for Papers: Evidence-Based Digital Interventions and Informatics Approaches to Service Delivery for Population Level Impact
Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science is seeking papers for a special issue on Evidence-Based Digital Interventions and Informatics Approaches to Service Delivery for Population Level Impact. The Journal welcomes new submissions researching, evaluating and describing digital approaches and interventions with technologies for behavioral health disorders. The Special Issue is geared to help clinicians/faculty, trainees and health care leaders improve clinical care by showcasing new systems, technologies, research and evidence- and consensus-based best practices.
Abstracts of 200 words should be submitted to the Editor in Chief by June 28, 2021. Feedback will be given to authors by July 12, 2021. Manuscripts should be submitted to the journal by September 1, 2021.
The Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science features several types of articles and brief articles across a variety of subject areas.
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