American Journal of Psychiatry
First published in January of 1843, the American Journal of Psychiatry is the most widely read psychiatric journal in the world. This monthly journal contains peer reviewed articles focused on developments in biological psychiatry, innovations in treatment methods, as well as articles covering forensic, ethical, economic, and social issues. The journal also contains letters to the editor and book reviews, and from time to time, an official report from the American Psychiatric Association can be read.
The American Journal of Psychiatry has an impact factor of 7.16, which ranks it 2nd among 87 journals in psychiatry, according to ISI's Journal Citation Report, and with nearly 30, 000 citations per year, the American journal of Psychiatry is ranked first in total citations
The American Journal of Psychiatry
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