Top 100 in Psychology | Scientific Reports

Top 100 in Psychology | Scientific Reports
Like

Share this post

Choose a social network to share with, or copy the shortened URL to share elsewhere

This is a representation of how your post may appear on social media. The actual post will vary between social networks

We are very pleased to present the 100 most read* articles in Psychology at Scientific Reports from 2023. The list features articles and authors from around the world and highlights contributions in cognitive and clinical psychology, human behaviour, and more.

Dive deeper into the realm of cognitive research where our articles encompass a wide variety of topics. Some of the notable topics covered include unearthing the psychological benefits of exercising (outdoors); the link between mental health and individual personality; the association between cognitive ability and spreading misinformation online, and much more.  We also have articles which plunge into the neurological domain, highlighting how brain activity changes with caffeine intake or withdrawal, and another study looking at the effects of alcohol intoxication. These articles, along with the others in the list, demonstrate the depth and breadth of research into behaviour and the mind.

Congratulations to all the authors who have contributed to these valuable and insightful research papers.

*Data obtained from SN insights, which is based on Digital Science’s Dimensions. 

Please sign in or register for FREE

If you are a registered user on Research Communities by Springer Nature, please sign in

Subscribe to the Topic

Clinical Psychology
Humanities and Social Sciences > Behavioral Sciences and Psychology > Clinical Psychology
Cognitive Psychology
Humanities and Social Sciences > Behavioral Sciences and Psychology > Cognitive Psychology
Biological Psychology
Humanities and Social Sciences > Behavioral Sciences and Psychology > Biological Psychology
Cognitive Neuroscience
Life Sciences > Biological Sciences > Neuroscience > Cognitive Neuroscience
Mental Health
Humanities and Social Sciences > Behavioral Sciences and Psychology > Clinical Psychology > Mental Health

Related Collections

With collections, you can get published faster and increase your visibility.

Antibiotic resistance

This Collection explores the current state of antibiotic resistance and welcomes original research on the cause, prevention and overcoming of antibiotic resistance.

Publishing Model: Open Access

Deadline: Jul 18, 2024