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ISSN: 1069-9384

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Psychonomic Bulletin and Review is a journal indexed in SJR in Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous) and Experimental and Cognitive Psychology with an H index of 151. It has a price of 2040 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,512 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,512.

Psychonomic Bulletin and Review focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: effect, memory, visual, action, control, response, perception, pigeons, influences, language, ...

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Languages: English

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Psychonomic Bulletin and Review

2,512

SJR Impact factor

151

H Index

156

Total Docs (Last Year)

575

Total Docs (3 years)

8752

Total Refs

2721

Total Cites (3 years)

567

Citable Docs (3 years)

5,30

Cites/Doc (2 years)

56,10

Ref/Doc

Aims and Scope


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A front end to a theory of picture recognition

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A quantum theory account of order effects and conjunction fallacies in political judgments

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Age and sex differences in children's spatial search strategies

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Agency attribution and visuospatial perspective taking

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Amnesia, rehearsal, and temporal distinctiveness models of recall

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An evaluation of the Vincentizing method of forming group-level response time distributions

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An event-related potential study of the revelation effect

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Analysis of group differences in processing speed: Where are the models of processing?

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Animacy increases second target reporting in a rapid serial visual presentation task

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Animacy, perceptual load, and inattentional blindness

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Appearances can be deceiving: instructor fluency increases perceptions of learning without increasing actual learning

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Are the facial gender and facial age variants of the composite face illusion products of a common mechanism?

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Are you mind-wandering, or is your mind on task? The effect of probe framing on mind-wandering reports

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Assessing individual differences in categorical data

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Bats, balls, and substitution sensitivity: cognitive misers are no happy fools

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Both-edges representation of letter position in reading

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Causal models frame interpretation of mathematical equations

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Changing features do not guide attention in change detection: Evidence from a spatial cuing paradigm

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Chimpanzee handedness revisited: 55 years since Finch (1941)

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Collaborative inhibition is due to the product, not the process, of recalling in groups

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Common and distinctive features in stimulus similarity: A modified version of the contrast model

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Confidence and gradedness in semantic categorization: Definitely somewhat artifactual, maybe absolutely natural

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Differential reinstatement predicted by preextinction response rate

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Discriminative stimuli that follow a delay have added value for pigeons

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