ISSN (print): 2068-8040



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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
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ISSUE: 1


  1. IMPORTANCE OF ASSISTED MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN GENETIC NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES
  2. THE ADOLESCENT NEURODEVELOPMENT - A WORK IN PROGRESS
  3. NEUROLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS IN SPORADIC EUTHYROID GOITER
  4. THE IMPLICATIONS OF BREAST CANCER ON THE FAMILY
  5. NEUROLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS IN THE THYROID PATHOLOGY
  6. ARACHNOID CYST OF CEREBRAL CONVEXITY
  7. HYPERKINETIC BEHAVIOR WITHIN THE AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
  8. PROFESSOR CONSTANTIN ROMANESCU, MD, PHD (1926 - 2016)
  9. INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

ISSUE: 2


  1. GENETICS OF HUMAN POPULATIONS: AN ISOLATED COMMUNITYRECENTLY CLASSIFIED WITH PSYCHIC, NEUROLOGIC AND MALFORMATION DISORDERS
  2. DEMYELINATING DISEASES OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM – CNS:CLASSIFICATION AND ELEMENTS OF AETIOPATHOGENESIS
  3. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STUDY OF HUMAN MENTAL DISORDERS DURING FIRE,REFERRING TO RECENT DISASTERS
  4. PATTERNS OF EMOTIONS IDENTIFICATION IN PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
  5. PREDICTIVE METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE RISK OF THE APPEARANCE OF PERINATAL CEREBRAL LESIONS IN THE FORMATION OF PROGNOSTICS OF RESIDUAL DISORDERS IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
  6. MONONEVRITIS MULTIPLEX-NEW INSIGHTS
  7. IMPROVING OF THE NEURODEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN WITH NEUROGENETIC PATHOLOGIES
  8. COGNITIVE – BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY ASSOCIATED TO THE PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICALTREATMENT IN A CASE OF BULIMIA NERVOSA WITH COMORBID DEPRESSIVE DISORDER

ISSUE: 3


  1. HISTORY OF DRUGS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS FROM PREHISTORY UNTIL PRE-SENT DAY
  2. ORTHOPAEDICS OF THE TRUNK ACCORDING TO THE POSITION OF THE LIMBS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
  3. ETIOPATHOGENESIS AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS IN DRUG ADDICTIONAND DRUG DEPENDENCY OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
  4. SENSORY DYNAMIC LYCRA ORTHOSIS - AN ALTERNATIVE IN THE TREATMENT OF CEREBRAL PALSY
  5. SLEEP DISORDERS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
  6. NEURO-PSYCHISAL AND MOTOR DISABILITY IN CHILDREN WITH PERINATAL INJURY OFCENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
  7. CLINICAL AND MOLECULAR-GENETIC FEATURES OF THE NEUROMUSCULAR PATHOLOGIES IN REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
  8. CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT IN YOUNG CHILDREN: CASE STUDY
  9. TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS COMPLEX WITH IN UTERO ONSET – PATIENT MANAGEMENT

ISSUE: 4


  1. CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF STROKE IN THE NEWBORN AND INFANT
  2. THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  3. NEUROPATHIES IN PRIMARY HYPOTHYROIDISM
  4. NEUROLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS IN THYROID PATHOLOGIES INDUCED BY IODINE DEFICIT DURING CHILHOOD
  5. RECOVERY TECHNIQUES FOR MOTOR DYSFUNCTIONS IN AUTISTIC CHILD, SEVERE FORM, IN ORDER TO PREPARE THE ACQUIREMENT OF WRITTEN LANGUAGE
  6. CREATIVITY GROUP – A WAY TO IDENTIFY GIFTED CHILDREN
  7. CORNELIA DE LANGE SYNDROME