Alcoholism | Journal Aims and Scope

Alcoholism is a peer-reviewed, scholarly open access journal that offers a platform to the scholars, amateurs, clinical practitioners and students that are keen in contributing their findings in the aspects of alcohol, drug and its dependence. The journal publishes papers on psychological and sociological aspects of alcohol and its effects, including biomedical, biochemical, pharmacological, physiological, behavioral actions and clinical research in humans.

Alcoholism Journal provides a medium for the prompt publication of original articles in Alcoholism, Addiction, Withdrawal, Dependence, Marijuana effects, Bath salts, Physical dependence, Cannabinoid addiction, Opium addiction, Substance abuse, Alternative Treatment, Tobacco.

Original research in the form of case series, reports are considered. Case series dealing with clinically relevant laboratory studies, review articles and debates on various aspects of alcoholism and alcoholism abuse, commentaries on new treatment methods in alcoholism are considered. Furthermore, letters to the Editors on clinical cases and the exchange of ideas which highlight significant new findings are published.

Authors may submit their manuscripts through mail at