Abstracts and Indexing
Abstracting and Indexing
Journal Positive Psychology & Wellbeing is indexed/abstracted in:
- Scopus Index
- PKP Index
- Google Scholar
- Academia Social Science Index (ASOS Index)
- Turkish Medline-National Citation Index
- Arastirmax Scientific Publication Index
- Ulrich's Periodicals Directory
- Citefactor Indexing
- European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH PLUS)
- Index Copernicus
- TÜBİTAK ULAKBİM Social Sciences Database (TR Index)
- The Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI)
- WorldCat Database
The following citation metrics are produced by abstracting and indexing databases using their respective datasets. These metrics represent a variety of methods for measuring the citation impact of published research on a journal level.
Google’s h5-index is calculated by finding the h-index for articles in a publication over the last five complete calendar years, where h is equal to the number of articles over a five-year period that have at least h citations each.
The h5-median is calculated by finding the median number of citations for the articles that comprise a publication’s h5-index.
CiteScoreTracker 2021: 3.5
CiteScore value counts the citations received in the last 4 years to articles, reviews, conference papers, book chapters, and data papers published in the last 4 years, and divides this by the number of publications published in the last 4 years.
Source-normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): .772
Source Normalized Impact per Paper measures actual citations received relative to citations expected for the serial’s subject field.
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): .536 (Q2)
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) is a measure of the number of times an average paper in a particular journal is cited, and as such is conceptually similar to the Impact Factor. A major difference is that instead of each citation being counted as one, as with the Impact Factor, the SCImago Journal Rank assigns each citation a value greater or less than 1.00 based on the rank of the citing journal. The weighting is calculated using a three-year window of measurement and uses the Scopus database. Authors can use these metrics when deciding where to publish.