50th anniversary and new impact factor

Our journal Cognitive Behaviour Therapy recently turned 50 years, which we celebrated with an anniversary editorial that you can read online. Our editors-in-chiefs went through some of the milestones published during the last five decades and highlighted a few important themes for future issues. You can access the editorial here.

During summer, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy also received its latest impact factor (2022): 4.7. This is the second highest rating it has received since its first impact factor in 2018, which puts it on place 24/131 (82d percentile) for journals in clinical psychology. Although an impact factor is not the only important metric for a journal, it does give readers and researchers an indication of outreach. We look forward to continue our work in disseminating studies in cognitive behavior therapy and clinical psychology.

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