Broadening the Spectrum

November 2009
Ethical Human Psychology & Psychiatry;2009, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p147
Academic Journal
The author provides a list of topics and questions related to psychology and psychiatry after considering the possibilities for broadening the coverage of the periodical "Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry" (EHPP). Such list includes a question of ways to tackle global ethical issues in the psychology profession and the reason for adopting myths in the sector. He emphasizes the interest of the journal in a wide range of issues associated with the provision of psychological and psychiatric services to humans.


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