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The Journal of Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapies and Research (JCBPR) is a prestigious, peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the exploration and dissemination of research in the field of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Established with the aim of bridging the gap between theory and practice in CBT, the journal serves as a vital resource for researchers, clinicians, and educators in the field of mental health.

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Volume: 13 Issue: 2 - 2024
1. Understanding Somatization During the Pandemic: Exploring Its Relationship with Coronavirus Anxiety, Health Anxiety, and Cyberchondria Levels
2. Examination of Psychological Symptoms in Adults Related to Adverse Childhood Experiences, Cognitive Fusion, Experiential Avoidance, and Perceived Social Support
3. Examination of Psychotic-like Experiences in Men Applying for Gun License
4. Evaluation of Cognitive Emotion Regulation and Metacognition Effects on Anxiety Symptoms in Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Comparison with Healthy Control
5. Does the Content We Follow on Social Media Have an Impact on Our Body Appreciation, Social Appearance Anxiety, and Self-Esteem?
6. Counseling Effect on Depression: A Quasi-experimental Study
7. Adaptation of the Fear of Earthquake Scale into Turkish and the Relationship Between Fear of Earthquakes, Psychological Symptoms, and Coping Self-Efficacy
8. Adaptation of Willpower Theories Scales to Turkish Culture and Investigation of Psychometric Properties
9. Level of Personality Functioning Scale – Self-report: Turkish Adaptation Study
10. Is Vaginismus a Cause of Infertility?: Case Reports Observed in Clinical Practice