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ISSN No. :2668-7194
Journal Title :International Journal of Advanced Studies in Sexology
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Publisher Name :Professor Cristian DELCEA PhD
Country :Romania
Language :English
Discipline :Multidiciplinary
Organization Name :the Sexology Institute of Romania
Frequency :Biannual
Start Year :2019
Journal Description :International Journal of Advanced Studies in Sexology (IJASS) is a scholarly journal devoted to the publication of articles relevant to the variety of disciplines involved in the scientific study of sexuality. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Sexology (IJASS) is designed to stimulate research and promote an interdisciplinary understanding of the diverse topics in contemporary sexual science. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Sexology (IJASS) publishes empirical reports, brief reports, theoretical essays, review articles, methodological articles, commentaries, and letters to the editor from researchers and practitioners in the fields of psychology, sociology, education, psychiatry, communication, and allied health. Peer Review Policy: All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. All peer review is double blind and submission is online via Manuscripts. The journal is launched from 2019, appears biannually (January June / July December). The journal is published by the Sexology Institute of Romania and has ISSN 2668-7194 (print), ISSN 2668-9987 (online) and DOI: 10.46388/ijass.2019.12 and are applied for indexing in the other bases: Crossref, IndexCopernicus, EBSCO, ERIH-PLUS, ROAD, and WorldCat. Citations: 2019-8, 2020-19, 2021-39 *Relative Citation Rotion (RCR): 2021/0.669 Source: © 2022 *RCR is a metric that measures the strength of research output independent of time and research discipline. RCR allows for objective comparison between journals, irrespective of their subject speciality or time published. The Relative Citation Ratio (RCR) is a new metric, recently endorsed by the National Institutes of Health. It is based on weighting the number of citations a paper receives to a comparison group within the same field. The iCite tool may be used to generate RCR metrics for articles with PubMed IDs.
Licence Type :CC BY
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