Since 2013, Digital ProScholar Media launched the following journals:

Digital ProScholar Media is a scientific platform designed to support scholarly activities related to research, science, education and culture. In this way we try to provoke, encourage and sustain publishing of original scientific articles regarding a variety of scientific domains, able to stimulate constructive debates among interested persons about the latest discoveries and trends in the fields.

  • Journal of Mind and Medical Sciences ISSN: 2392-7674 (2014-2015) is currently published by Digital ProScholar Media and Valparaiso University (see: JMMS). J Mind Med Sci. pays special attention to papers related to mental and medical topics, focusing primarily on interdisciplinary and integrative perspectives. Journal of Mind and Medical Sciences is currently indexed in: Web of Science, NLM Catalog, WorldWideScience, World Health Organization (Hinari), Microsoft Academic Search, EBSCO, DOAJ, Index Copernicus, Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, SHERPA RoMEO, Cabells, OAJI, J-Gate, DRJI, CiteFactor, SCIPIO, OpenAIRE (Horizon 2020), ClavisBCT, Gale/ Cengage Learning, Medicine and Health Sciences Commons, Google Scholar, etc.

  • Journal of Clinical and Investigative Surgery (ISSN: 2559-5555) is designed for a translational and integrative mission, being equally focused on basic research and clinical studies. We intend to provide deeper insights into clinical, experimental and investigative surgery, able to support advancement of surgical disciplines to the ultimate benefit of surgical patient care and rehabilitation. Journal of Clinical and Investigative Surgery is currently indexed in: DOAJ, Index Copernicus, SHERPA RoMEO, DRJI, Scilit, Scipio, ResearchGate, J-Gate, Google Scholar, etc.

  • Journal of Applied Economics and Statistics (ISSN: 2559-5059) publishes papers in all fields of economics and applied statistics. A specific focus is on papers combining theory with empirical analyses.

  • Proceedings of the Internatinal Conference on Translational and Integrative Medicine (2018) established the mission to present and publish studies/ papers on mental and medical topics, two distinct but closely interrelated domains. The editorial policy especially encourages interdisciplinary and integrative perspectives, being equally focused on basic research and clinical investigations and short reports.

  • Research Project. Psychosexual dualism is a relatively new theory developed in literature during the past decade. Starting from basic neurophysiological mechanisms, this new approach changed the paradigm related to neurological control of sexual responses, explain the role of cognitive and sexual neuromodulators and offer perspectives for the understanding of cerebral interferences between cognition and sexuality.