Default: Psychological Medicine

ISSN: 0033-2917

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Cambridge University Press United Kingdom
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Psychological Medicine is a journal indexed in SJR in Psychiatry and Mental Health and Applied Psychology with an H index of 201. It has a price of 1626,56 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,903 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Type: Journal

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Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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Publication frecuency: -

Price

1626,56 €

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-

Green OA

0 €

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Metrics

Psychological Medicine

2,903

SJR Impact factor

201

H Index

543

Total Docs (Last Year)

870

Total Docs (3 years)

30719

Total Refs

5210

Total Cites (3 years)

781

Citable Docs (3 years)

6,1

Cites/Doc (2 years)

56,57

Ref/Doc


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Actions taken to cope with depression at different levels of severity: a community survey

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Analysing the contributions of genes and parent-child interaction to childhood behavioural and emotional problems: a model for the children of twins

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Association between phthalates and externalizing behaviors and cortical thickness in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

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Beliefs, sense of control and treatment outcome in post-traumatic stress disorder

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