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Impact Factor Increase for Journal of Music Therapy

June 24, 2015 11:31 AM
Impact Factor Increase for Journal of Music Therapy

AMTA is proud to announce that the 2014 Impact Factor for Journal of Music Therapy is 1.185!

Released annually by Thomson Reuters, an Impact Factor score is a calculation of the average number of citations per paper in a journal.  Journal of Music Therapy’s Impact Factor is determined by dividing the number of citations the journal receives in a year by the total number of citable articles published in the journal in the preceding two years.

Journal of Music Therapy’s 1.185 is the highest Impact Factor the journal has earned since its first ranking with Thomson Reuters in 2008. It is now #34 out of 70 journals ranked in Thomson Reuters’ Rehabilitation subject category.

We would like to thank our authors, reviewers, Editorial Board members, and editorial teams for all their contributions to the success of the Journal of Music Therapy.

To learn more about Journal of Music Therapy and keep up with current content, go the journal’s homepage on the Oxford University Press website and sign up for the journal’s email alerts. To submit an article to Journal of Music Therapy and contribute to future Impact Factors, please visit the journal’s online submission system site.



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