About the Journal
The Journals of Gerontology® were the first journals on aging published in the United States. The tradition of excellence in these peer-reviewed scientific journals, established in 1946, continues today. The Journals of Gerontology Series B® publishes within its covers the Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences and the Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences.
JOURNAL OF GERONTOLOGY: PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES, Bob G. Knight, PhD, Editor
Publishes articles on development in adulthood and old age that advance the psychological science of aging processes and outcomes. Articles in JG: PS have clear implications for theoretical or methodological innovation in the psychology of aging or contribute significantly to the empirical understanding of psychological processes and aging. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, attitudes, clinical applications, cognition, education, emotion, health, human factors, interpersonal relations, neuropsychology, perception, personality, physiological psychology, social psychology, and sensation. Applied research with theoretical significance is welcome. Manuscripts reporting work that relates behavioral aging to neighboring disciplines are also appropriate. The Journal publishes three types of articles: (a) reports of original research, (b) brief reports of original research, (c) New Directions in Aging Research--reviews of cutting-edge topics with theoretical or methodological implications. See word and page limitations below. All submissions are peer-reviewed, with final decisions made by the Editor.
JOURNAL OF GERONTOLOGY: SOCIAL SCIENCES, Debby S Carr, PhD, Editor
Publishes articles dealing with aging issues from the fields of anthropology, demography, economics, epidemiology, geography, political science, public health, social history, social work, and sociology. The Journal publishes five types of contributions: 1) articles reporting original research; 2) brief reports; 3) letters to the editor; 4) reviews; and 5) theoretical and methodological articles.
IMPACT FACTOR AND RANKING
|Year||Impact Factor||Si: Psychology||Ssi: Gerontology||Ssi: Psychology, Multidisciplinary||Si: Geriatrics & Gerontology|
|2014||3.213||19 out of 76||5 out of 32||17 out of 129||17 out of 50|
|2013||2.852||26 out of 74||6 out of 31||19 out of 127||17 out of 49|
|2012||3.006||18 out of 75||5 out of 30||15 out of 126||16 out of 46|
|2011||2.615||27 out of 75||5 out of 30||18 out of 124||20 out of 44|
|2010||1.963||40 out of 73||8 out of 28||23 out of 120||24 out of 44|
|2009||2.094||35 out of 70||6 out of 25||23 out of 111||17 out of 40|
|2008||2.016||33 out of 61||8 out of 25||20 out of 101||20 out of 36|
This information is taken from the Journal Citation Reports, published annually as part of the Science Citation Index by ISI.
Statements of fact and opinion in the articles in the Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological and Social Sciences are those of the respective authors and contributors and not of the Gerontological Society of America or Oxford University Press. Neither Oxford University Press nor the Gerontological Society of America make any representation, express or implied, in respect of the accuracy of the material in this journal and cannot accept any legal responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions that may be made. The reader should make her or his own evaluation as to the appropriateness or otherwise of any experimental technique described.
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