2.1(top 20%)
impact factor
1.6K(top 20%)
papers
28.1K(top 10%)
citations
75(top 10%)
h-index
2.2(top 20%)
extended IF
2.4K
all documents
29.7K
doc citations
102(top 10%)
g-index
Journal of Fluency Disorders's h-index
The graph shows the changes in the h-index of Journal of Fluency Disorders and its corresponding percentile for the sake of comparison with the entire literature. H-index is a common scientometric index, which is equal to h if the journal has published at least h papers having at least h citations.