Behavioral and Brain Sciences (Cambridge University Press)

From: Stevan Harnad <>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 19:58:42 +0100

I hope I will be forgiven a moment of nostalgia in posting this excerpt
from a press release by Cambridge University Press (CUP) about the journal
I founded in 1978 and edited till 2002: Behavioral and Brain Sciences. BBS
has always had a very high impact factor, largely because of a special
feature called "Open Peer Commentary" that (for me, at any rate) always
foreshadowed the OA era. BBS has also provided, since the early 1990's,
an Open Access Preprint Archive, BBSprints. CUP is also a solid Green
publisher on author self-archiving, as well as offering the hybrid Gold
"Cambridge Open Option."


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Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 14:15:38 -0400
From: Susan Soule <ssoule -- CAMBRIDGE.ORG>
Subject: Double First for Cambridge University Press Journal



29th June 2007, Cambridge, England, UK & New York, USA

Cambridge Journals hit a new high in the recent Thomson Scientific 2006
Journal Citation ReportsĀ® (JCR). Behavioral and Brain Sciences has attained
the top position of all 1768 journals indexed in the Social Science
Citation Index (SSCI). It is also ranked top in the category of Behavioral
Sciences in the Science Citation Index (SCI)...
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