Aims and Scope
The American Journal of Psychiatry publishes the most recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. It prints original articles that are new developments in diagnosis, treatment, neuroscience, and patient populations.
American Psychiatric Publishing
Frequency of Publication
Executive Editor: Michael Roy
EDITORIAL POLICIES & CRITICAL FACTORS FOR PUBLICATION
- Along with submissions, you must include a title page, cover letter, and list of suggested reviewers.
- Manuscripts must represent original material that has not been previously published. It must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
- The manuscript must have been approved by all participating authors.
- If manuscripts include data or clinical observations that was previously used in published papers, papers currently in press, submitted for publication, or to be submitted shortly should notify the Editor of this information and provide copies of those papers. Author must also explain the differences between the papers.
- Manuscript must be submitted online at the following link: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/appi-ajp.
- See Guidelines for Authors on Preparing Manuscripts: http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/ajp_ifora.
- Contact the editorial office before writing a review article for the Journal.
- See Types of Articles for descriptions: http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/ajp_ifora
MANISCRIPT REVIEW PROCESS
GOOD PUBLISHING PRACTICES
- Certification of Authorship, Disclosure of Conflict of Interest and Financial Support, and Copyright Transfer Forms in by mail or fax should be sent ONLY AFTER your article has been provisionally accepted for publication.
- Clinical trial registration must have been completed appropriately. For more details see: http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/ajp_ifora.
- AJP Podcasts: Issue highlights
IMPACT AND RATING
- Impact Factor: 13.559
- Top 1% of all scientific, medical, and technical journals (2013 Journal Citation Reports(r); Thomson Reuters, 2014)