Stress and Health

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Impact Factor: 1.814

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 45/76 (Psychology); 62/133 (Psychiatry (Social Science)); 84/140 (Psychiatry)

Online ISSN: 1532-2998

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New Registered Reports Initiative

Stress and Health is pleased to announce that it is now accepting Registered Reports submissions!

Registered Reports represent a new format of research article in which manuscripts containing a study proposal are reviewed for publication consideration prior to data collection. Thus, Registered Reports are evaluated based solely on the intrinsic merit of the research proposal rather than the statistical significance of the eventual results.

For more information on this exciting initiative, please read our August 2015 editorial. Click here for specific submission guidelines.

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2014 PRIZE WINNERS

The Editors are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 prizes for Best Paper and Best Reviewer:

Best Paper

Winner:Stress and Paediatric Obesity: What We Know and Where To Go - Shana M. Wilson, Amy F. Sato

Runner-up: The Relationship between Recent Stressful Life Events, Personality Traits, Perceived Family Functioning and Internet Addiction among College Students - Wansen Yan, Yonghui Li, Nan Sui

Both papers are free to access until the end of 2015.

Best Reviewer

Winner: Eve Sledjeski

Runner-up: Angel Blanch

We congratulate the winners and thank everyone who contributed to the journal in 2014 as authors or reviewers

Top Cited Papers

Below are the top 5 cited papers of 2014, containing papers published in 2012 and 2013. These papers have been made freely available to read until the end of 2015:

Short-term Effects of Social Exclusion at Work and Worries on Sleep
Diana Pereira, Laurenz L. Meier and Achim Elfering

The Influence of Neuroticism, Extraversion and Openness on Stress Responses
Tamera R. Schneider, Tara A. Rench, Joseph B. Lyons and Rebecca R. Riffle

Are Adolescents With High Mental Toughness Levels More Resilient Against Stress?
Markus Gerber, Nadeem Kalak, Sakari Lemola, Peter J. Clough, John L. Perry, Uwe Pühse, Catherine Elliot, Edith Holsboer-Trachsler and Serge Brand

‘I feel bad’, ‘We feel good’?—Emotions as a Driver for Personal and Organizational Identity and Organizational Identification as a Resource for Serving Unfriendly Customers
Jürgen Wegge, Sebastian C. Schuh and Rolf van Dick

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety and Depression among the Elderly: A Survey of the Hard-hit Areas a Year after the Wenchuan Earthquake
Zhen Zhang, Zhanbiao Shi, Li Wang and Mingxin Liu

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