Call for Papers
Call for Papers

Registration for the conference is open to all. After registering, you can participate in academic activities of the conference, including:

  • Lectures and reports from plenary speakers
  • Exchanges of the latest research
  • Interaction and Q&As


  • Clinical neurology
  • Mental health promotion, as anxiety and depression
  • Cognitive psychology and cognitive disorders
  • Behavioral neurology
  • Mental health and behavioral psychology
  • Mental health and educational psychology
  • Mental health and social psychology
  • Mental health and health psychology
  • Neurology and therapeutics
  • Neurosurgery
  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Developments in neuro immunology
  • Pediatric neurology
  • Oncology and neurology
  • Criminal psychology
  • Developmental psychology
  • Occupational health
  • psychology in media/mediated communication
  • Global Health in psychology and psychiatry
  • Healthcare and quality life
  • Media psychology
  • Criminal psychology
  • Psychology of religion
  • Gender psychology
  • Psychotherapy
  • Adolescent psychopathology
  • Medicine and pharmacy
  • Legal Psychology
  • Sports Psychology
  • Counseling Psychology

Please submit the paper to the Email:


This forum has received the support of many excellent publishers and additionally solicits excellent papers. Participants of the conference, if they have articles in the following research fields, can submit papers. After all papers are accepted, they will be published in journals. Review manuscripts according to the requirements of SCI/SSCI journal papers, and directly recommend to include but not limited to the following SCI/SSCI journals for publication.

1)Medical journal (SCIE), Impact Factor: 2.8-3.0, JCR Q2/Q3

Medical journal (SCIE), Impact Factor: 2.8-3.0, JCR Q2/Q3

Neuroscience, brain health, brain imaging, brain-computer interfaces, cognitive neuroscience, motor neuroscience, speech and language

2)Medical Journal (SSCI), Impact Factor: 1.7-1.9, JCR Q3

Medical journal (SCIE), Impact Factor: 2.8-3.0, JCR Q2/Q3

psychological research on dreaming; clinical/anthropological/philosophical research on dreams