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Aging and Mental Health

"Aging & Mental Health provides a leading forum for the rapidly expanding field which investigates the relationship between the aging process and mental health. The international impact of the journal is well recognized. The journal addresses the mental changes associated with normal and abnormal or pathological aging, as well as the psychological and psychiatric problems of the aging population." (From publisher's website)

Impact Factor1.861
Peer ReviewedYes
Publishing Frequency8
Articles Published/Year120
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PubMed Central SubmissionMethod D

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Select PSC Publications in Aging and Mental Health

Krause, Neal. 2014. "Exploring the relationships among humility, negative interaction in the church, and depressed affect." Aging and Mental Health, 18(8): 970-979.

Sharpski, Kimberly A., George Fitchett, Denis A. Evans, and Carlos Mendes de Leon. 2013. "Race differences in the association of spiritual experiences and life satisfaction in older age." Aging and Mental Health, 17(7): 888-895.

Ingersoll-Dayton, Berit, C. Torges, and Neal Krause. 2010. "Unforgiveness, rumination, and depressive symptoms among older adults." Aging and Mental Health, 14(4): 439-449. PMCID: PMC2868276.

Skaruspki, K.A., G. Fitchett, G.A. Evans, and Carlos Mendes de Leon. 2010. "Daily spiritual experiences in a biracial, community-based population of older adults." Aging and Mental Health, 14: 779-789. PMCID: PMC2928403.