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Scientometrics
Authors: Renata Gonçalves, Christian Kieling, Rodrigo Bressan, Jair Mari, and Luis Rohde

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Brazilian scientific production has increased significantly over the last decade, and mental health has been a leading research field in the country, with a growing number of articles published in high quality international journals. This article analyses the scientific output of mental health research between 2004 and 2006 and estimates individual research performance based on four different strategies. A total of 106 mental health scientists were included in the analysis; together they published 1,209 articles indexed in Medline or ISI, with over 65% of the production in journals with impact factor ≥1. Median impact factor of publications was 2. Spearman correlation coefficient showed a large positive correlation between all four different measures used to estimate individual research output. Ten investigators were together responsible for almost 30% of the articles published in the period, whereas 65% of the sample contributed with less than 10 articles.

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Authors: Mauro Vitor Mendlowicz, Evandro Silva Freire Coutinho, Jerson Laks, Leonardo Franklin Fontenelle, Alexandre Martins Valença, William Berger, Ivan Figueira, and Gláucia Azambuja de Aguiar

, Bressan , RA , Mari , JJ , Rohde , LA 2009 The evaluation of scientific productivity in Brazil: An assessment of the mental health field . Scientometrics 80 : 529 – 537 10.1007/s11192

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Authors: Antonio J. Gómez-Núñez, Benjamín Vargas-Quesada, Félix de Moya-Anegón, and Wolfgang Glänzel

Biochemistry 1483 5.08 16.81 4 Psychiatry and mental health 1380 4.72 21

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. Second moment: the rise and limits of brain neurochemistry (1978–1984) Starting in 1965, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) gave major encouragement and incentives to psychobiological research and correspondingly reduced its support

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”, “Psychiatric consultation in the eastern Canadian Arctic: II. Referral patterns, diagnoses and treatment” and “Psychiatric consultation in the eastern Canadian Arctic: III. Mental health issues in Inuit women in the eastern Arctic”, the other team centered

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the comparison of more than two treatment arms. An introduction from a case study in mental health . Medical Care 48 2 166 – 174 10.1097/MLR.0b013e3181c1328f . Todorov , R , Glänzel , W 1988

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focused on attempts to control the spread of infection within the health care setting, and to identify the effects of SARS on the physical and mental health of the care givers. In this category, unlike Category 1, China had more than twice as many papers

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): Mothers ; Violence , Neoplasms ; Parents . Gone is (1): Mental Health Pregnancy Entering are (2): Ultrasonography ; Smoking Gone are (11): Fetal Diseases ; Maternal Fetal Exchange ; Amniotic Fluid ; Genital Diseases , Female ; Uterus ; Fetal

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. Vidinovski , P 2009 Systemic family therapy of alcoholism program: Economic and efficient but underestimated . Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 12 : S44 . Waldron , HB

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