The Romanian Journal of Child and Adolescent Neurology and Psychiatry
is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, management of neurologic and psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents, as well as Mental Health, Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Medical Psychology, Psychosociology, related Molecular Genetics, Neurogenetics, Neuroimagistics, Epileptology, Rehabilitation, Pathophysiology and Epidemiology.
The journal is focused on the needs of the actual scientific and research community and is committed to publishing original articles, studies, reviews, case reports of high scientific value and impact, with relevant contribution in the domain. The journal encourages researches that utilize modern investigation methods.
Open Access Policy - Romanian Journal of Child and Adolescent Neurology and Psychiatry provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public, supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Each article type published by the Romanian Journal of Child and Adolescent Neurology and Psychiatry follows a specific format, as detailed in the Instructions for Authors.
The Romanian Journal of Child and Adolescent Neurology and Psychiatry (RJCANP) appears quarterly: 4 issues a year.
The Romanian Journal of Child and Adolescent Neurology and Psychiatry is edited under the aegis of Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences and of the Romanian Society of Child and Adolescent Neurology and Psychiatry (RSCANP).
The Romanian Journal of Child and Adolescent Neurology and Psychiatry is indexed in the International Data Base (BDI): Index Copernicus Publish Panel since 05.08.2010 and in the EBSCO Pub Med since 04.03.2012.
The journal is accredited by the Romanian Physicians College, the published articles being credited according to the National Program of Continuous Medical Education of the Romanian Physicians College.
ISSN (print): 2068-8040
Nr. 4/2017 (TOME MMXVI)
Most recent issue of RCANP Journal
Table of Contents
- Clinical presentation of stroke in the newborn and infant
Abstract: Introduction Stroke represents a focal neurological deficit lasting more than 24 hours, with a vascular basis. Lack of accompanying clinical signs makes the diagnosis difficult when the patient is a newborn or infant and the causes are not common with those of an adult. General and...
- The role of education in emotional development
Abstract: Introduction: This paper aims to highlight the importance of the influence exerted by parents in the emotional development of the child. Whereas a high level of emotional intelligence is closely related to parental warmth, secure attachment, we consider absolutely necessary to know the...
- Neuropathies in primary hypothyroidism
Abstract: A prospective clinical trial conducted over a period of 5 years on a group of 144 patients with primary hypothyroidism that followed the affection of the cranial and peripheral nerves in this type of thyroid pathology referring to it’s frequency, type of manifestation of the peripheral...
- Neurological manifestations in thyroid pathologies induced by iodine deficit during chilhood
Abstract: A clinical study conducted on 10 adult patients known with iodine deficit during childhood followed the type of neuropsychiatric manifestations encountered in these patients, their frequency and way in which they were influenced by treatment for the causing thyroid...
- Recovery techniques for motor dysfunctions in autistic child, severe form, in order to prepare the acquirement of written language
Abstract: In the article, I presented techniques for motor recovery of autistic child through graphics. I chose learning / correction techniques of fine movement coordination difficulties. They allowed the acquirement of graphic gesture, required for writing. From the casuistry assisted in the years...
- Creativity group – a way to identify gifted children
Abstract: This paper aims to highlight the importance of organizing creative groups as a way of identification of gifted children. Creative group can contribute not only to identify gifted children, but also as a way of fructification of their abilities whereas creativity is often diminished by the...
- CORNELIA DE LANGE SYNDROME
Abstract: The Cornelia de Lange Syndrome is a rare genetic disease characterized plurimalformative syndrome, with the incidence 1/10000-30000 (1/10000- 50000) of live births. The case study was performed on a patient in aged 15.4 years from urban areas, who are hospitalized in child neuropsychiatric...