Psychiatric Genetics addresses new areas of research which have been opened up following the success of new technology in cloning many genes related to brain structure and function. The journal publishes groundbreaking papers that bring together clinical observations, psychological abnormalities and genetic marker data. Areas such as twin studies, adoption studies, genetic/biological markers and family/pedigree studies also fall within the scope.
2012 Impact factor 2.365*.
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*2012 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2013)
--Original research reports dealing with inherited factors involved in psychiatric and neurological disorders
--Forum for reporting new approaches to neurogenetic research utilizing novel techniques or methodologies
--Letters to the editor
--2012 Impact Factor: 2.365*
--2012 Ranking: 91 of 161 Genetics & Heredity, 155 of 251 Neurosciences*
*2012 Journal Citation Reports
® (Thomson Reuters, 2013)
John I. Nurnberger Jr.
Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN, USA Hugh Gurling
Royal Free & UCL Medical School, London, UK