9.1(top 1%)
Impact Factor
10(top 1%)
extended IF
98(top 4%)
citing journals
citing authors

Most Cited Articles of Current Psychiatry Reports

Epidemiology of eating disorders: incidence, prevalence and mortality rates2012971
The University of California at Los Angeles Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Reaction Index2004834
The STAR*D Project results: a comprehensive review of findings2007443
Is depression an inflammatory disorder?2011385
Global Burden of Disease and the Impact of Mental and Addictive Disorders2019340
Overview of the genetics of major depressive disorder2010269
The role of stress in addiction relapse2007269
The Psychological Impact of Epidemic and Pandemic Outbreaks on Healthcare Workers: Rapid Review of the Evidence2020263
The Relationship Between Post-Migration Stress and Psychological Disorders in Refugees and Asylum Seekers2016263
Prevalence and risk factors of sexual dysfunction in men and women2000258
Depression in HIV infected patients: a review2015252
Structural models of psychopathy2005215
Current perspectives on conduct disorder2006213
Cannabis, Cannabinoids, and Sleep: a Review of the Literature2017211
Components of emotion dysregulation in borderline personality disorder: a review2013211
New findings on biological factors predicting addiction relapse vulnerability2011203
Alterations of cortical GABA neurons and network oscillations in schizophrenia2010202
Dementia Caregiver Burden: a Research Update and Critical Analysis2017200
Sleep disturbances as an evidence-based suicide risk factor2015196
Borderline personality disorder and childhood trauma: evidence for a causal relationship2009189
Effects of Antidepressants on Sleep2017175
The role of glutamate in mood disorders: results from the ketamine in major depression study and the presumed cellular mechanism underlying its antidepressant effects2007175
Challenges and Opportunities in Global Mental Health: a Research-to-Practice Perspective2017174
Neuroimaging of psychopathy and antisocial behavior: a targeted review2010174
Schizophrenia and 22q11.2 deletion syndrome2008173