Table 3

Cites in 2010/11 to original articles published in five international non-English general psychiatry journals in 2009 (publishing in French, Polish, Portuguese, and Italian)
Ann Med Psychol Encephale Psychiatr Pol Rev Psyq Clin Riv Psichiatr Total
Original articles published in 2009 46 37 17 7 20 127
Cited (in 2010+11) original articles 30% (14) 54% (20) 35% (6) 71% (5) 25% (5) 39% (50)
Cites 25 (0,54) 35 (0,95) 6 (0,35) 8 (1,14) 5 (0,25) 79 (0,62)
…thereof:
in 2010 48% (12) 26% (9) 33% (2) 50% (4) 20% (1) 35%(28)
in 2011 52% (13) 74% (26) 68% (4) 50% (4) 80% (4) 65% (51)
in the same journal 32% (8) 14% (5) 33% (2) 25% (2) 100% (5) 28% (22)
in same language journals 60% (15) 31% (11) 33% (2) 38% (3) 100% (5) 46% (36)
in English1 40% (10) 69% (24) 68% (4) 63% (5) 0% (0) 54% (43)
by the same authors 60% (15) 31% (11) 33% (2) 38% (3) 20% (1) 39% (31)
by authors of the same language 88% (22) 57% (20) 50% (3) 63% (5) 80% (5) 70% (55)
by other authors + journals 28% (7) 60% (21) 68% (4) 38% (3) 0% (0) 44% (35)
by other authors + in English 20% (5) 48% (16) 68% (4) 63% (3) 0% (0) 35% (28)

1 English includes two cites in non-English articles (1 in Rumanian, 1 in German).

Ann Med Psychol, Annales Medico-psychologiques (language of publication: French); Encephale, L’Encephale (French), Psychiatr Pol, Psychiatria Polska (Polish), Rev Psyq Clin, Revista de Psyquiatria Clinica (Portuguese; not considered were original articles in English published by Revista de Psyquiatria Clinica in 2009 and original articles from issue 2 in 2009 because they seem not to be covered in Web of Science; both factors render the number of original articles included small); Riv Psichiatr, Rivista di Psichiatria (Italian).

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