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January-March 2019| Vol 35| Issue 1

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The concept of “Stalking” and its relevance to the existing phenomena of internet and social media

Definition and Concept Stalking has been variously defined by researchers and legal systems around the world. Generally, two accepted elements of stalking are (i) repetitive conduct ...


Presidential Address

Social psychiatry in India: Current changes and challenges

Dear Colleagues and Friends, Greetings, I am sure you had a very fruitful, exciting, and enjoyable conference benefitting from the well-crafted scientific and educational program in this education...


Award Paper: Dr. N.N. De Oration

Effect of marriage on pre-existing psychoses

The relationship between marriage and mental illness is very complicated, and this issue commonly arises in psychotic illnesses. Psychosis is usually diagnosed at late adolescent and early adulthood...


Award Papers: Dr. A. Venkoba Rao Oration

Substance use disorders: Need for public health initiatives

Substance use disorders (SUDs) are associated with substantial contribution to the global burden of disease due to high prevalence, early age of onset, and chronic course. The associated physical he...


Award Paper: Balint Award Paper

Therapeutic relationship: Riding on a bumpy road and steering through to the destination

Therapeutic relationship runs a dynamic course; it usually grows and intensifies with time, but there could be unforeseeable twists and disruptions. The course, to no small extent, is contributed by...


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