CALL FOR PAPERS
All members of the mental health community are invited to submit your research papers to the online Journal of Therapeutic Serious Games. We are an annual, peer-reviewed publication interested in leading-edge papers that explore the use of serious games in the field of psychology. There is NO FEE to either the author nor their institution.
This is an open-access journal, which means that your paper is available to anyone in the world to download for free directly from this website. The time from submission to a decision depends upon the amount of papers to be reviewed.
Our publishing mission is: to generate objective information on how this therapeutic technique works in the field. We are looking for papers describing:
- Your experiences working with this technique
- Novel ways you have therapeutically adapted serious games
- Unique populations
- How you have used it with other interventions
- Has this changed the way you work with clients and groups
- How using this technique has changed the way you do therapy
- How has this changed your relationship with your clients
We are a peer-reviewed publication site. We publish book reviews, theoretical reviews, clinical contributions, research studies, case studies, brief studies, and review articles.
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The Journal of Therapeutic Serious Games is an annual, peer-reviewed publication devoted to integrative, state-of-the-art papers about your use of serious games in a mental health therapeutic setting. It is a broadly conceived interdisciplinary journal that stimulates and communicates research and theory about serious games, and their application to clinical practice. We accept:
- Case Studies
- Assess the applicability of serious games for a client/clients with a specific disorder or challenging presentation
- Examine changes to the standard protocol using a case series approach
- Research Studies
- Investigate outcome, by using randomized clinical trials
- Investigate treatment processes
- Assess individual factors/personality variables to treatment outcome or process
- Clinical Contributions
- Discussion of the impact of ethnicity and culture
- Suggestions on how to evaluate client readiness for treatment
- Recommendations for treatment of a specific disorder
- Review Articles
- Summarize literature and research in a particular domain
- Theoretical Reviews
- Summarize research and propose hypotheses