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Journals of Gerontology - Series B Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences is a journal indexed in SJR in Medicine (miscellaneous) and Social Psychology with an H index of 142. It has a price of 2500 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,591 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Categories: Clinical Psychology (Q1) Geriatrics and Gerontology (Q1) Geriatrics and Gerontology (Q1) Gerontology (Q1) Health (social science) (Q1) Life-span and Life-course Studies (Q1) Medicine (miscellaneous) (Q1) Social Psychology (Q1) Sociology and Political Science (Q1)

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Best articles

"The Relationship of Built Environment to Perceived Social Support and Psychological Distress in Hispanic Elders: The Role of ""Eyes on the Street"

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A Multinomial Modeling Analysis of Memory Deficits in Alzheimer's Disease and Vascular Dementia

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Activity Limitations and Depressive Symptoms Among Older Couples: The Moderating Role of Spousal Care

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Adapting to Aging Losses: Do Resources Facilitate Strategies of Selection, Compensation, and Optimization in Everyday Functioning?

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Age and Self-Relevance Effects on Information Search During Decision Making

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Age Differences in Episodic Memory, Semantic Memory, and Priming: Relationships to Demographic, Intellectual, and Biological Factors

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Age Differences in Stress, Social Resources, and Well-Being in Middle and Older Age

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Age Differences in the Differentiation of Trait Impressions From Faces

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Aging and the Representation of Spatial Situations in Narrative Understanding

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Are Volunteer Satisfaction and Enjoyment Related to Cessation of Volunteering by Older Adults?

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Associations Between Perceived Support in Older Adult Marriages and Dyadic Covariations in Momentary Affect and Aches

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Avoiding the Major Causes of Death: Does Childhood Misfortune Reduce the Likelihood of Being Disease Free in Later Life?

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Awareness of Age-Related Change: Examination of a (Mostly) Unexplored Concept

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Awareness of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Mild Alzheimer's Disease Dementia Diagnoses Associated With Lower Self-Ratings of Quality of Life in Older Adults

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Behavioral Slowing with Age: Boundary Conditions of the Generalized Slowing Model

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Black-White Disparity in Disability Among U.S. Older Adults: Age, Period, and Cohort Trends

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Change in Productive Activity in Late Adulthood: MacArthur Studies of Successful Aging

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Cognitive Function and Apolipoprotein E in Very Old Adults: Findings From the Nun Study

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Cognitive Gerontology and Attentional Inhibition: A Reply to Burke and McDowd

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Concordance and Discordance of Self-Rated and Researcher-Measured Successful Aging: Subtypes and Associated Factors

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Converging Evidence for Domain-Specific Slowing From Multiple Nonlexical Tasks and Multiple Analytic Methods

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Decline of Language Among Women and Men With Alzheimer's Disease

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Demographic and Socioeconomic Status Differences in Perceptions of Difficulty With Mobility in Late Life

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Differences in the Associations Between Memory Complaints and Depressive Symptoms Among Black and White Older Adults

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