Aims and objectives

Journal of Clinical Sexology is a high-quality peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of original research papers in clinical sexology and its broad range of domains.

The Journal of Clinical Sexology is issued with the main objective of properly informing its readers about medical notions – in a comprehensible and clear manner.
The Journal of Clinical Sexology is an open-access journal. All content is free of charge, and openly available to any user / to any Institution willing to access the pieces of information. Moreover, users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link the full article content in the Journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. The only requirement is that the work or the author be referred to in your research as a bibliographic source.
The topics cover all the mentioned disciplines and branches of medical science, including studies of neuroanatomy and the sexual behavior, genital and extragenital pathology that influence the normal intercourse, different aspects of the brain in gender constitution as male or female, impact of the toxic factors that influence sexuality.
Review articles in selected areas are published from time to time.

JCS adheres to and respects the transparency principles for academic publications, which is also reflected in international recognition, JCS being cited in the Web of Science platform ( and Scopus.

In the software “Publish or Perish” – JCS appears with 47 Google Scholar indexed papers, of which 15 articles, 31%, are cited. (

JCS also received ROAD indexing (Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources)

To avoid plagiarism we use the Semplag program, in collaboration and with the agreement of EUFISCDI (

 Accepted types of paper
JCS publishes original research papers contributing to the improvement of information in this area.
Each and every Journal edition remains open to new contributions, meaning that there is no imposed or specific set of themes for a particular Journal number. More precisely, the Journal is issued in a standard, IMRAD form – with the scientific value of its encompassed articles being validated by the significance and applicability asserted within the published editorials.

About the IMRaD format
IMRaD is an acronym for Introduction – Method – Results – and – Discussion.
The IMRaD format is a way of structuring a scientific article. It is often used in health care and the natural sciences. Unlike theses in the social sciences, the IMRaD format does not include a separate theory chapter.
These structures using the IMRaD format are usually short and concise. The language will be as plain and as unambiguous as possible. There is no place in this type of writing for personal views and fanciful language.
The publication of an article in a peer-reviewed journal is essential for the development of a coherent and respected network of knowledge. It is a direct reflection of the quality of the work of the authors and of the institutions that support them. Peer-reviewed articles support the scientific method. Agreement on standards is important for all parties involved in the act of publishing: the author, the editor, the reviewer and the publisher. The peer-reviewing process is the most successful type of scientific publishing.