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Neuropsychology

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Looking to publish your next article?

Find the perfect home for your research. Routledge is a leading publisher in the field of Neuropsychology and publishes an extensive range of highly-respected journals focusing on the relationship between the brain and a person’s cognitive and behavioral functions.  

The below journals have various specialties in:

  • Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology

  • Developmental Neuropsychology

  • Neuropsychiatry

  • Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

We take pride in publishing some of the top Neuropsychology journals and partnering with key organizations, such as: The American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology.

If none of these sound perfect, why not try out our Journal Suggester, simply paste in the abstract of your article and click ‘reveal suggested journals’. You can also browse through 100s more on Taylor & Francis Online.

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Aphasiology
1.902 (2021)
Publishes research on aphasia, language impairment and disabilities related to brain damage, also covering speech and language pathology, neurology, and more.
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Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology
2.283 (2021)
Publishes research on aphasia, language impairment and disabilities related to brain damage, also covering speech and language pathology, neurology, and more.
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The Clinical Neuropsychologist
4.373 (2021)
The Clinical Neuropsychologist publishes research, discussions and case studies on neuropsychology.
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Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
2.928 (2021)
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation publishes research related to rehabilitation, recovery of function, cognitive neurosciences and brain plasticity.
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Child Neuropsychology
2.597 (2021)
Publishes papers on neuropsychological effects of disorders affecting brain functioning and neuropsychology of development in children and adolescents.
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Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition
2.102 (2021)
Publishes works on normal and dysfunctional cognitive development in adulthood and aging and research connecting cognitive gerontology and neuropsychology.
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Neurocase
0.781 (2021)
Publishes case studies and innovative group studies in neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology reflecting the neural basis of cognition.
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Applied Neuropsychology: Child
1.613 (2021)
Publishes articles and brief communications on neuropsychological dysfunctions, brain functioning and neuroimaging, and treatment and rehabilitation in children.
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Applied Neuropsychology: Adult
2.050 (2021)
Publishes clinical neuropsychological research on assessment, brain functioning and neuroimaging, neuropsychological treatment and rehabilitation in adults.
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Laterality
2.167 (2021)
Publishes research on all aspects of laterality in human and non-human species, including the evolution of biological, neural or behavioral asymmetry.
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Cognitive Neuropsychiatry
1.957 (2021)
Publishes research on cognitive neuropsychiatry and promotes the study of cognitive processes underlying psychological and behavioral abnormalities.
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Developmental Neuropsychology
2.113 (2021)
Publishes work on the relationship between brain and behavior, covering behavioral and cognitive function, motor skills, brain damage, aging and plasticity.
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