Globally national - locally international: Bibliometric analysis of a SEE psychology journal

  title={Globally national - locally international: Bibliometric analysis of a SEE psychology journal},
  author={Dejan Paji{\'c} and Tanja Jevremov},
The article explores bibliometric features of the Serbian psychology journal Psihologija in the 2001-2012 period. Several basic indicators of the journal’s impact were generated and compared between two periods, before and after 2007 when Psihologija was included in Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). Journal’s output was evaluated in regard to other psychology journals included in SSCI in the same year. The results have shown that Psihologija’s impact factor has raised following… 

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