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The official journal of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry is dedicated to informing public policy and professional practice and to the expansion of knowledge relating to mental health and human development from a multidisciplinary and interprofessional perspective.
This journal is a critical resource for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, educators, and professionals in a broad range of allied disciplines.
CE/CME Credit Available
CE and CME credit is available for reading selected articles published in the journal. Articles designated for CE/CME credit are identified by the CE/CME logo in the journal's table of contents. To obtain credit, please download the American Orthopsychiatric Association CE Registration Form (PDF format: 34KB).


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  • Publication frequency: Quarterly
  • Language: English

Full texts available onlineEdit

Volume 81 (2011)Edit

Volume 80 (2010)Edit

Volume 79 (2009)Edit

Volume 78 (2008)Edit

Volume 77 (2007)Edit

Volume 76 (2006)Edit

Volume 75 (2005)Edit

Volume 74 (2004)Edit

  • Constantine, M. G., Okazaki, S., & Utsey, S. O. (2004). Self-concealment, social self-efficacy, acculturative stress, and depression in African, Asian, and Latin American international college students. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 74, 230-241. Full text

Volume 73 (2003)Edit

Volume 72 (2002)Edit

Volume 71 (2001)Edit

Volume 70 (2000)Edit

  • Okazaki, S. (2000). Treatment delay among Asian American patients with severe mental illness. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 70, 58-64. Full text

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