Articles published in Journal of Aging Science have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Aging Science has got h-index 11, which means every article in Journal of Aging Science has got 11 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Aging Science.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

60 31 18 14 19 27

Year wise citations received

128 127 86 96 85 70
Journal total citations count 710
Journal impact factor 3.91
Journal 5 years impact factor 4.15
Journal cite score 4.70
Journal h-index 11
Journal h-index since 2017 9
Important citations

Foreign Language Usage and National and European Identification in the Netherlands

Foreign Language Usage and National and European Identification in the Netherlands

NEUROCOGNITIVE CHANGES IN CANCER PATIENTS AS A CURRENT CHALLENGE IN PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY /NEUROKOGNITIVNE PROMENE KOD ONKOLOSKIH PACIJENATA KAO AKTUELNI IZAZOV U PSIHOONKOLOGIJI.

Adapting to Obstacles: Inhibition and Creative Potential in a Sample of Successfully Aging Older Adults

Neurocognitive changes in cancer patients as a current challenge in psycho-oncology

Neurocognitive changes in cancer patients as a current challenge in psycho-oncology

Depression: A Scientific Approach

Open to Contact? Increased State Openness Can Lead to Greater Interest in Contact With Diverse Groups

Apolipoprotein E genotype impact on memory and attention in older persons: the moderating role of personality phenotype

Could cognitive estimation ability be a measure of cognitive reserve?

Executive functioning: A comprehensive Guide for clinical practice

The Oxford handbook of the five factor model

Fonction musculaire et performances fonctionnelles de la personne âgée

Development of VR-based intensively induced rehabilitation training system for children with cerebral palsy reflecting Delphi survey and patient survey and pilot test

Knowledge Discovery of Gamification Features Relevant to Immersive Virtual Reality Environments

Neurophysiological and kinematic correlates of improved motor-function in complex therapy movements in chronic stroke

Assessment of Right and Left Ventricular Function in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Their Co-Relation with the Severity of Disease

The use of immersive virtual reality in neurorehabilitation and its impact in neuroplasticity

Active and Passive Movement Rehabilitation Techniques for Mental Control in Stroke

Electrotactile Feedback for Sensory Restoration: Modelling and Application