Aging & Mental Health
Aging & Mental Health
Journal Title: Aging & Mental Health
ISSN: 1360-7863
ISSN Online: 1364-6915
Publication Frequency: 12 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: Impact Factor 1.781
5-Year Impact Factor 2.106
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Aging & Mental Health provides a leading international forum for the rapidly expanding field which investigates the relationship between the aging process and mental health. 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. The journal also has a strong commitment to interdisciplinary and innovative approaches that explore new topics and methods.

Aging & Mental Health covers the biological, psychological and social aspects of aging as they relate to mental health. In particular it encourages an integrated approach for examining various biopsychosocial processes and etiological factors associated with psychological changes in the elderly. It also emphasizes the various strategies, therapies and services which may be directed at improving the mental health of the elderly and their families. In this way the journal promotes a strong alliance among the theoretical, experimental and applied sciences across a range of issues affecting mental health and aging. The emphasis of the journal is on rigorous quantitative, and qualitative, research and, high quality innovative studies on emerging topics.

Readership: The journal is directed at an international audience, with editors in London, Hong Kong and North America and an Editorial Board from around the world. The readership of the journal is drawn from many disciplines, with particularly strong representation from psychiatrists and psychologists working with older people. Its strong scientific foundation makes it of considerable interest to basic and applied scientists interested in the biological, psychological and social aspects of aging and mental health.

Peer Review: All submitted manuscripts, including those in special issues, special sections or supplements, 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 ScholarOne Manuscripts.



Subjects Covered & Scope: Aging and Health; Behavioral Sciences; Developmental Psychology; End of Life and Long Term Care; Gerontology; Gerontology (Ageing); Gerontology/Ageing; Health and Social Care; Medicine; Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing & Allied Health; Mental Health; Psychological Disorders - Adult; Psychological Science; Public Health Policy and Practice; Social Work and Social Policy; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Editors:
Martin Orrell - Institute of Mental Health, Nottingham, UK  
Steven Zarit - Pennsylvania State University, USA
Kee-Lee Chou - Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

Associate Editors:
Rebecca Allen - University of Alabama, USA
Dan G. Blazer - Duke University Medical Center, USA
Steve Iliffe - University College London, UK
Natalie Sachs-Ericsson - Florida State University, USA
Aimee Spector - University College London, UK
Bob Woods - Bangor University, UK
 
Assistant Editors:
Marjolein De Vugt - Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Lee-Fay Low – University of Sydney, Australia
 
Editorial Board:
Yumiko Arai - National Institute for Longevity Sciences (NILS), Japan
Aartjan T. F. Beekman - Psychiatrisch Centrum Amsterdam Zuid/Nieuw-West, The Netherlands
Sergio Blay - UNIFESP, São Paulo, Brazil
Henry Brodaty - Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick, Australia
Dawn Brooker - University of Worcester, UK
Louis Burgio - University of Alabama, USA
Chris Callahan - Indiana University Center for Aging Research, USA
Michael Caserta - University of Utah, USA
David Challis - University of Manchester, UK
Sheung-Tak Cheng - Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
Murna Downs - University of Bradford, UK
Rose-Marie Dröes - VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Ulla Eloniemi-Sulkava - University of Helsinki, Finland
Knut Engedal - Ullevaal University Hospital, University of Oslo, Norway
Richard Fortinsky - University of Connecticut, USA
Benjamin H. Gottlieb - University of Guelph, Canada
Lisa Gwyther - Duke University Medical Center, USA
William Haley - University of South Florida, USA
Dilip V. Jeste - University of California, San Diego, USA
Boo Jöhansson - University of Gothenburg, Sweden
John Keady - University of Manchester, UK
Harold Koenig - Duke University School of Medicine, USA
Bob Knight - University of Southern California, USA
Ken Laidlaw - University of East Anglia, UK
Giovanni Lamura - National Institute on Health and Science of Ageing (INRCA), Ancona, Italy
Brian Lawlor - St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Iracema Leroi -  University of Manchester, UK
Rebbeca Logsdon - University of Washington, USA
Andrés Losada - Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
Corey Mackenzie - University of Manitoba, Canada  
Raimundo Mateos - University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Joan K. Monin – Yale School of Public Health, USA
Esme Moniz-Cook  - Institute of Rehabilitation, Hull, UK
Jennifer Moye - VA Boston Healthcare System, USA
Norm O'Rourke - Simon Fraser University, Canada
Martin Pinquart - Philipps University, Marburg, Germany
Fiona Poland - University of East Anglia, UK
Dimity Pond - University of Newcastle, Australia
Sara Qualls - University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, USA
Steve Rapp - Wake Forest University School of Medicine, USA
Louise Robinson - Newcastle University, UK
Liz Sampson - University College London, UK
Joel Sadavoy - Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada
Kim Van Orden – University of Rochester, USA
Frans Verhey - Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Myrra Vernooij-Dassen – Radboud University Medical Centre, The Netherlands
Carol Whitlatch - Margaret Blenkner Research Institute, Ohio, USA
Kathleen Wilber - University of Southern California, USA

Abtracting & Indexing: Aging & Mental Health is indexed in AgeInfo; AgeLine; Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature; Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences; EMBASE/Excerpta Medica; International Bibliography of Social Sciences (IBSS); Linguistics & Language Behaviour Abstracts; Index Medicus/MEDLINE; PsycINFO/PsychLIT; Research Alert; SCI (Science Citation Index); Scopus; Social Care Online; Social Sciences Citation Index; Social Scisearch; Social Services Abstracts; and Sociological Abstracts.

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