American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis

NOTICE FROM THE EDITOR

Many ASCH members have become aware of the delays we are experiencing regarding issues of the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis.

We, the President, the CEO, and I have been in continual contact with our publisher Tailor and Francis about this matter and the corrective measures that will solve the problems. Tailor and Francis report that they have experienced delays in all of their journal publications due to the impact of Covid-19. 

We understand that Vol. 64, No. 1 (the July issue) is to be mailed early in November, and Vol. 64, No. 2 (the October issue) will soon follow, also in November.

Tailor and Francis have promised that there will be no further delays in production in 2022.

We are all very sorry for the inconvenience their delays have caused to readers, authors, Special Editors, and potential future authors and will continue to do everything we can to resolve this regrettable situation.

Stephen Lankton
Editor-in-Chief,
American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis

 

AJCH - Publisher

Starting with the July 2011 issue, the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis has been published by Taylor & Francis.

As part of this new relationship, Taylor & Francis provides electronic access to all past AJCH articles for ASCH members. Detailed directions on how to access current issues and archived copies of the AJCH are listed on this page.

Taylor & Francis posts new editions of the Journal approximately one week prior to printing.  Archived electronic versions of the Journal are posted to the library as completed.   

Subscription details and pricing for the Journal can be found on Taylor & Francis' website by clicking here. 

To access the AJCH online, click on the Online Journal Access link below.  

AJCH - Information

The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis is the official journal of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. The Journal publishes original scientific articles and clinical case reports on hypnosis, as well as reviews of related books and abstracts of the current hypnosis literature. Stephen Lankton, MSW, DAHB serves as Editor of AJCH.

 

Online Journal Access

ASCH Members can gain online access to the current issue of the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis (AJCH) and its archives by clicking the button below:

Access the AJCH Here

Please note that you will need to be logged in to the ASCH website to access the Online Journal Access page.

 

New Methods for Submission, Review, and Revision - Videos

As stated above, beginning with the July 2011 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis (AJCH), Taylor & Francis became AJCH's new publisher. They handle everything from subscriptions and distribution to compilation of reviews, editing, and revisions. This was a large gain for AJCH in terms of increased readership, subscriptions, professional viability, and more.  As part of the transition to Taylor & Francis, ASCH migrated our practices of submission, review, and editing to the Taylor & Francis software and online interface.  In these web demonstrations, Stephen Lankton, AJCH Editor, will demonstrate the interface and teach how to use it for submission, reviewing, and editing. 

Click here to view videos

Please note the new editing standards from Taylor and Francis which update the American Psychological Association documentation style.   

 

Subscription Information

Subscriptions to AJCH are available at both institutional and individual rates.  For more information on subscriptions, visit the Taylor & Francis AJCH webpage or contact their customer service department at (800) 354-1420 ext. 4 or Customerservice@taylorandfrancis.com.  If you need a copy of one or more articles prior to 1990, please call (800) 354-1420.

RePORT Expenditures and Results (RePORTER)

On 12/30/09, the NIH CRISP system, which has been a valuable source of information on NIH-funded research for many years, was taken off-line. It is replaced by the query tool. This new tool retains all of the features of CRISP while providing additional query fields, hit lists that can be sorted and downloaded to Excel, NIH funding for each project (“expenditures”), and the publications and patents that have acknowledged support from each project (“results”).