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2011 Impact Factors for Cambridge University Press Journals
Cambridge University Press Journals have achieved further Impact Factor rises in the recent Thomson Reuters 2011 Journal Citation Reports®. 69 journals saw an increase in IF. Behavioral and Brain Sciences retained the top position in the category of Biological Psychology with an IF of 9.3. Expert Reviews in Molecular Medicine received its first IF - 7.143, placing it at number 9 out of 111 in Medicine, Research and Experimental.
Several journals saw considerable increases in their Impact Factors. Canadian Journal of Aging (published for the Canadian Association on Gerontology) saw of rise in IF of 64%, Journal of Germanic Linguistics (published for the Society for Germanic Linguistics) saw an increase of 181%, Journal of K-Theory saw an increase of 63%, and Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems saw an increase of 105% on 2010.
Five journals now sit at the top of their categories, including: American Political Science Review (published for the American Political Science Association), Behavioural and Brain Sciences, Journal of Economic History (published for the Economic History Association), World Politics (published for the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Affairs) and Microscopy & Microanalysis (published for the Microscopy Society of America). A further 22 journals sit in the top 10 of their category.
A record 13 journals received an Impact Factor for the first time, including: British Journal of Music Education, English Language and Linguistics, International & Comparative Law Quarterly (published for the British Institute of International and Comparative Law), Itinerario (published for the Leiden Institute for History), Journal of the History of Economic Thought (published for The History of Economics Society), Journal of Institutional Economics (published for Millenium Economics Ltd), Journal of Public Policy, Language Teaching, ReCALL (The Journal of the European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning), Leiden Journal of International Law (published for The Foundation of the Leiden Journal of International Law in association with the Grotius Centre for International Law, Leiden University), Natural Language Engineering, Expert Reviews in Molecular Medicine, and Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (published in association with the International Society for DOHaD).
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