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January-April 2022| Vol 4| Issue 1


Us and Them: Can Social Psychiatry help in an Intolerant, Xenophobic World Afflicted with “Social Autoimmune Disorders”?

Us (us, us, us, us) and them (them, them, them, them) And after all we're only ordinary men..... “Forward!” he cried from the rear And the front rank died And the General sat An...


The Culture of Bullying in Medical Training Must Stop

Among the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics professions, medical training continues to carry remnants of the medieval concept of apprenticeship. A lingering hangover of apprenticeshi...


Migration to High-Income Countries: A Panacea for Social Deprivation in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Mental Health Perspective

Introduction Migration is the movement of people to a new country or area to find work or better living conditions.[1] According to the World Bank, low-income economies are defined a...

Review Article

A Scoping Review of the Venezuelan Migration in Three South American Countries: Sociocultural and Mental Health Perspectives

Background/Objectives: Migrations are among the most complex social phenomena in the history of mankind. In Latin America, the Venezuelan migration (VM) of the last two decades has altered th...

Original Article

Social Anxiety Disorder among Undergraduate Students: Exploring Association with Self-esteem and Personality Traits

Background: Social phobia impacts negatively on the social and academic life of students and exerts a detrimental effect on the quality of life of the bearer. The study examined the burden of...

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ISSN - Print: 2667-1085, Online: 2667-1077

World Social Psychiatry, a publication of World Social Psychiatry Trust (On behalf of World Association of Social Psychiatry), is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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