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October-December 2017| Vol 33| Issue 4

Editorial

Cultural diversity and mental health

We live in a rapidly changing world. The social structures, institutions of discourse, and outlook of the general public have witnessed evolution over the course of the past few decades. The changes h...


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Psychiatric social workers in legal aid services in hospitals: Exploring roles in Indian context

Mental health and legal problems are interlinked in many ways. People facing legal issues may develop mental health problems, and people with mental illness and family also face legal issues. In India...


Debate/Perspective/Viewpoint

The biopsychosocial approach and global mental health: Synergies and opportunities

The biopsychosocial (BPS) approach proposed by Engel four decades ago was regarded as one of the most important developments in medicine and psychiatry in the late 20th century. Unlike the ...


Original Article

Internet use among adolescents: Risk-taking behavior, parental supervision, and implications for safety

Background: Internet communication applications have become an important social context for the development of adolescents. The use of Internet is leading to many risk-taking behaviors also.


Original Article

Study of internet addiction: Prevalence, pattern, and psychopathology among health professional undergraduates

Background: Internet has become an essential part of our daily life, especially among adolescents and youth. It is mainly used for education, entertainment, social networking, and information s...


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