Cyberpsychology: New impact factor and other exciting news

7 Jul 2021

We have exciting news for Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace. New journal metrics reflecting the journal’s performance in 2020 were published.

Web of Science published their new report this week and Cyberpsychology gained a new impact factor of 2.905, which is a great improvement from the last year. This means that the journal is now ranked in Q2 in Communication and multidisciplinary Psychology categories.

The journal has also recently received a new and improved ranking in the Scopus database. The current SCImago Journal Rank is 0.85, which represents Q1 in Communication category and Q2 in Psychology and Sociology miscellaneous category.

Cyberpsychology has been growing in recent years; the journal receives more and more submissions, and publishes more articles of higher quality. We are happy to see that the recognition of Cyberpsychology by the academic community is increasing and believe the trend will continue in the upcoming years.

The editorial team has also grownCyberpsychology welcomed two new associate editors this year - Fabio Sticca and Jan Šerek.

Fabio Sticca

is from Marie Meierhofer Institut für das Kind in Switzerland. Fabio has been working with Cyberpsychology since January; his dominant research focus is on digital technologies and early childhood, and he also did substantial research on bullying and cyberbullying.

Jan Šerek

is from Masaryk university in the Czech Republic. Jan started to work as an editor in June. His focus is on civic and political socialization of adolescents and political psychology in general.

Both are highly skilled researchers, and Cyberpsychology is proud to have them on the board!  


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