Articles published in Journal of Forensic Psychology have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Forensic Psychology has got h-index 7, which means every article in Journal of Forensic Psychology has got 7 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Forensic Psychology.

  2022 2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

60 62 10 5 19

Year wise citations received

48 39 19 23 13
Journal total citations count 167
Journal Impact Factor 0.73
Journal 5 years Impact Factor 0.93
Journal CiteScore 1
Journal h-index 7
Important citations

Ten Years of Operation of a Small Belgian Medium-Security Unit—How Are We Doing?

Patients are changing – The ripple effects of changing the law and creating new forensic beds in Belgium

Students’ Self-Efficacy and Motivation in Emergency Remote Learning

Teachers' Perception of Student Coping With Emergency Remote Instruction During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Relative Impact of Educator Demographics and Professional Adaptation and Adjustment

Influence of COVID-19 on the Perception of Academic Self-Efficacy, State Anxiety, and Trait Anxiety in College Students

Ten Years of Operation of a Small Belgian Medium-Security Unit—How Are We Doing?

Anxiety symptoms in depression: are they related to antidepressant treatment and its sideeffects?


Forgiveness therapy in a maximum-security correctional institution: A randomized clinical trial

Trauma and healing in the underserved populations of homelessness and corrections: Forgiveness Therapy as an added component to intervention

Dual trajectories of loneliness and depression and their baseline correlates over a 14-year follow-up period in older adults: Results from a nationally representative sample in Taiwan

Relationship between Depressive Symptoms and Loneliness Feeling among Elderly at Zagazig City

Intolerance of Uncertainty and Loneliness in Older Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Effect of Embedded Lies on the Verbal Quality of Statements and Implications for Credibility Assessment

Does Omission of Information Increase Apparent Guilt?

Detecting false intentions using unanticipated questions

When Do False Accusations Lead to False Confessions? Preliminary Evidence for a Potentially Overlooked Alternative Explanation

Innocent of the crime under investigation: suspects’ counter-interrogation strategies and statement-evidence inconsistency in strategic vs. non-strategic interviews

Exploring the understandings and experiences of cyber violence amongst teenage girls.

Examining Age and Gender Influences on Lexical Decision-making When Describing Peer-Aggression