Bibliometric Study of Indian Journal of Psychiatry: 2011- 2016

Kirtania Deep Kumar


Indian Journal of Psychiatry (IJP) has been recognized as one of the most important Indian journals in psychiatry discipline. The present bibliometric study of 176 articles published in the Indian Journal of Psychiatry from 2011 to 2016. This study presents various aspects of the journal such as growth of articles and citations, authorship pattern, productivity and degree of collaboration, rate of citation of Indian & foreign authors, citation count and length of the articles. The study reveals that the trends of authorship pattern of articles were share authorship, most of the contributions were form Indian authors and highly received citation count of these articles has been found.


Psychiatry, Journals, Bibliometrics

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