Top 100 Papers & People in Psychiatry (Jan2011)

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Short slideshow of the top100 people and papers in psychiatry as of january 2011 based on Web of science. British emphasis, worlwide list in preparation.

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Top 100 Papers & People in Psychiatry (Jan2011)

  1. 1. Top 100 People and Papers ……..In Psychiatry (as of Jan 2011) Alex Mitchell, Consultant in Liaison Psychiatry (using web of science and Pubmed)
  2. 2. Contents• Part I: Introduction to Bibliometrics• Part II: Top 100 Papers• Part III: Top 100 People• Part IV: Top 50 UK Psychiatrists
  3. 3. Your ResearchThe fate of medical research (DeBakey, 1974)
  4. 4. Productivity Estimates• Academics – 3000 x 5 papers per year – N= 15,000• NHS Medical Staff – 120,000 x 1 paper every 5 years! – N= 24,000• NHS AHP – 500,000 x 1 paper every 100 years – N= 5,000• Ratio of Outputs = 15,000 to 29,000 (1:2)
  5. 5. How to Grade Quality? Q. What are the “most important” papers in psychiatry? Q. New vs old
  6. 6. • Hospital Specialist• 75 journals in psychiatry• + 50 in neurology• + 50 in medicine• + 25 in misc. fields – 2500 issues per year – 25,000 specialty articles per year – 7 new issues per day – 70 new articles per day
  7. 7. Impact of publication Changes practiceAuthor’s Self Report Most Read (downloads) Most Quoted (cites) Others Self Report (media)
  8. 8. How to Grade Research…of an Author 10% top 10 journals 100% Listed on Pubmed 100% Listed on Scopus/WoK 70% peer reviewed journals 75% Listed on Pubmed 95% Listed on Scopus/WoK 20% other material (eg chapters) Not Listed on Pubmed 15% Listed on Scopus/WoK
  9. 9. reference 4 reference 1 reference 6 reference 3 reference 5 reference 2 reference 7 Cites Cites Publication history Cited by Cited by Future paper 5 Future paper 1 Future paper 3 Future paper 6Citation Databases Future paper 2 Future paper 4 Science citation index (CD) BIDS ISI Science Direct Web of Science Web of Knowledge Scopus
  10. 10. What is the Impact factor? • Journal IF • A = citations in the last 2 years in journal • B = number of articles Impact Factor = A/B • Article IF • A = Total citations of article • B = Age of article Impact Factor = A/B • Personal IF (speculative) • A = citations in the last 2-5 years by individual • B = number of articles Impact Factor = A/B
  11. 11. Most Cited Papers in Psychiatry Q. What are the “most important” papers in psychiatry? Q. How many times do you think the top papers are cited?
  12. 12. Schizophrenia top10 schedule for affective disorders and schizophrenia for school-agethe positive and negative syndrome scale (panss) for schizophrenia children present and lifetime version (k-sads-pl): initial reliability andKay, sr; fiszbein, a; opler, la validity datasource: schizophrenia bulletin volume: 13 issue: 2 pages: 261- kaufman, j; birmaher, b; brent, d, et al.276 published: 1987 Source: journal of the american academy of child and adolescenttimes cited: 4,652 psychiatry volume: 36 issue: 7 pages: 980-988 published: jul 1997 times cited: 1,528diagnostic interview - schedule for affective-disorders and schizophrenia effectiveness of antipsychotic drugs in patients with chronicEndicott, j; spitzer, rl schizophreniasource: archives of general psychiatry volume: 35 issue: 7 pages: 837- Lieberman, ja; stroup, ts; mcevoy, jp, et al.844 published: 1978 Source: new england journal of medicine volume: 353 issue:times cited: 4,463 12 pages: 1209-1223 published: sep 22 2005 times cited: 1,505clozapine for the treatment-resistant schizophrenic - a double-blindcomparison with chlorpromazine recent advances in the phencyclidine model of schizophreniaKane, j; honigfeld, g; singer, j, et al. javitt, dc; zukin, srSource: archives of general psychiatry volume: 45 issue: 9 pages: 789- source: american journal of psychiatry volume: 148 issue: 10 pages:796 published: sep 1988 1301-1308 published: oct 1991times cited: 2,443 times cited: 1,421implications of normal brain-development for the pathogenesis of physiological dysfunction of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex inschizophrenia schizophrenia .1. Regional cerebral blood-flow evidenceWeinberger, dr weinberger, dr; berman, kf; zec, rfsource: archives of general psychiatry volume: 44 issue: 7 pages: 660- source: archives of general psychiatry volume: 43 issue: 2 pages: 114-669 published: jul 1987 124 published: feb 1986times cited: 2,000 times cited: 1,393cloning of the gene for a human dopamine d4-receptor with high-affinity what are the functional consequences of neurocognitive deficits infor the antipsychotic clozapine schizophrenia?Vantol, hhm; bunzow, jr; guan, hc, et al. Green, mfSource: nature volume: 350 issue: 6319 pages: 610-614 published: source: american journal of psychiatry volume: 153 issue: 3 pages:apr 18 1991 321-330 published: mar 1996times cited: 1,695 times cited: 1,359
  13. 13. Depression top10A rating scale for depression A self-rating depression scaleHamilton, m Zung, wwksource: journal of neurology neurosurgery and psychiatry volume: source: archives of general psychiatry volume: 12 issue: 1 pages: 63-23 issue: 1 pages: 56-62 published: 1960 70 published: 1965times cited: 13,506 times cited: 4,027An inventory for measuring depression Development and validation of a geriatric depression screening scale - aBeck, at; erbaugh, j; ward, ch, et al. preliminary-reportSource: archives of general psychiatry volume: 4 issue: 6 pages: 561- Yesavage, ja; brink, tl; rose, tl, et al.& published: 1961 Source: journal of psychiatric research volume: 17 issue: 1 pages: 37-times cited: 12,796 49 published: 1983 times cited: 3,313The hospital anxiety and depression scaleZigmond, as; snaith, rp Influence of life stress on depression: moderation by a polymorphism insource: acta psychiatrica scandinavica volume: 67 issue: 6 pages: 361- the 5-htt gene370 published: 1983 Caspi, a; sugden, k; moffitt, te, et al.times cited: 7,219 Source: science volume: 301 issue: 5631 pages: 386-389 published: 2003Psychometric properties of the beck depression inventory - 25 years of times cited: 2,069evaluationBeck, at; steer, ra; garbin, mg Detection of postnatal depression - development of the 10-itemsource: clinical psychology review volume: 8 issue: 1 pages: 77- edinburgh postnatal depression scale100 published: 1988 Cox, jl; holden, jm; sagovsky, rtimes cited: 4,240 source: british journal of psychiatry volume: 150 pages: 782-New depression scale designed to be sensitive to change 786 published: jun 1987Montgomery, sa; asberg, m times cited: 1,630source: british journal of psychiatry volume: 134 issue: apr pages:382-389 published: 1979times cited: 4,052
  14. 14. RCTs top10effectiveness of antipsychotic drugs in patients with chronic schizophrenia the phq-9 - validity of a brief depression severity measureLieberman, ja; stroup, ts; mcevoy, jp, et al. kroenke, k; spitzer, rl; williams, jbwSource: new england journal of medicine volume: 353 issue: 12 pages: 1209- source: journal of general internal medicine volume: 16 issue: 9 pages: 606-1223 published: sep 22 2005 613 published: sep 2001times cited 1,505 times cited: 1,012a controlled trial of selegiline, alpha-tocopherol, or both as treatment for alzheimersdiseaseSano, m; ernesto, c; thomas, rg, et al.Source: new england journal of medicine volume: 336 issue: 17 pages: 1216-1222 published: apr 24 1997times cited: 1,327 a 14-month randomized clinical trial of treatment strategies for attention-the epidemiology of major depressive disorder - results from the national comorbidity deficit/hyperactivity disordersurvey replication (ncs-r). Jensen, ps; arnold, le; richters, je, et al.Kessler, rc; berglund, p; demler, o, et al. Source: archives of general psychiatry volume: 56 issue: 12 pages: 1073-Source: jama-journal of the american medical association volume: 289 issue: 1086 published: dec 199923 pages: 3095-3105 published: timecited: 988times cited: 1,315national-institute-of-mental-health treatment of depression collaborative research- can life-style changes reverse coronary heart-diseaseprogram - general effectiveness of treatments ornish, d; brown, se; scherwitz, lw, et al.Elkin, i; shea, mt; watkins, jt, et al. Source: lancet volume: 336 issue: 8708 pages: 129-133 published:Source: archives of general psychiatry volume: 46 issue: 11 pages: 971- times cited: 972982 published: nov 1989times cited: 1,217 subanesthetic effects of the noncompetitive nmda antagonist, ketamine, in humansplasma homocysteine as a risk factor for vascular disease - the european concerted - psychotomimetic, perceptual, cognitive, and neuroendocrine responsesaction project krystal, jh; karper, lp; seibyl, jp, et al.graham, im; daly, le; refsum, hm, et al. Source: archives of general psychiatry volume: 51 issue: 3 pages: 199-Source: jama-journal of the american medical association volume: 277 issue: 214 published: mar 199422 pages: 1775 1781 p blished: j n 11 1997
  15. 15. Dementia top10clinical-diagnosis of alzheimers-disease - report of the NINCDS-ADRDA work group under alzheimers-disease - initial report of the purification and characterization of athe auspices of department-of-health-and-human-services task-force on alzheimers- novel cerebrovascular amyloid proteindisease glenner, gg; wong, cwMckhann, g; drachman, d; folstein, m, et al. source: biochemical and biophysical research communications volume:Source: neurology volume: 34 issue: 7 pages: 939-944 published: 1984 120 issue: 3 pages: 885-890 published: 1984times cited: 13,463 times cited: 2,657 medicine - the amyloid hypothesis of alzheimers disease: progress and problemsneuropathological staging of alzheimer-related changes on the road to therapeuticsBraak, H; Braak, e hardy, j; selkoe, djsource: acta neuropathologica volume: 82 issue: 4 pages: 239-259 published: 1991 source: science volume: 297 issue: 5580 pages: 353-356 published:times cited: 3,900 times cited: 2,619gene dose of apolipoprotein-e type-4 allele and the risk of alzheimers-disease in late- a new clinical-scale for the staging of dementiaonset families hughes, cp; berg, l; danziger, wl, et al.corder, eh; saunders, am; strittmatter, wj, et al. Source: british journal of psychiatry volume: 140 issue: jun pages: 566-Source: science volume: 261 issue: 5123 pages: 921-923 published: aug 13 1993 572 published: 1982times cited: 3,556 times cited: 2,564the precursor of alzheimers-disease amyloid-a4 protein resembles a cell-surface segregation of a missense mutation in the amyloid precursor protein gene withreceptor familial alzheimers-diseasekang, j; lemaire, hg; unterbeck, a, et al. goate, a; chartierharlin, mc; mullan, m, et al.Source: nature volume: 325 issue: 6106 pages: 733-736 published: Source: nature volume: 349 issue: 6311 pages: 704-706 published: feb 21times cited: 3,156 1991 times cited: 2,489association between quantiative measures of dementia and of senile change in cerebralgrey matter of elderly subjects apolipoprotein-e - high-avidity binding to beta-amyloid and increased frequencyblessed, g; tomlinso.be; roth, m of type-4 allele in late-onset familial alzheimer-diseasesource: british journal of psychiatry volume: 114 issue: 512 pages: 797- strittmatter, wj; saunders, am; schmechel, d, et al.& published: 1968 Source: proceedings of the national academy of sciences of the united states oftimes cited: 2,855 america volume: 90 issue: 5 pages: 1977-1981 published: mar 1 1993
  16. 16. Top 100 by cites
  17. 17. Top 100 by cite rate
  18. 18. Most Prolific People in UK Psychiatry
  19. 19. How to judge? • Most publications?..........1st, last, middle? • Most citations? • Most grants? • Most productivity?
  20. 20. H‐index 350 300 250 200Citations 150 Value of H-Index= 31 100 50 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 Publications
  21. 21. By Cites
  22. 22. By H-index
  23. 23. By 1st Au Pubs SURNAME FIRST NAME / INITIAL 1au 193 Tyrer PJ 1 137 Nutt DJ 2 121 Hawton KE 3 91 Priebe S 4 87 Harrison PJ 5 83 Appleby LJ 6 82 Mitchell aj 7 80 Wessely SC 8 77 Bhugra D 9 ODonovan M 74 10 66 Goodwin GM 11 64 Baldwin DS 12 62 Mcguire P 13 61 Murray RM 14 61 Owen MJ 15 61 David AS 16 Thornicroft GJ 57 17 52 Mcguffin P 18 49 Craddock NJ 19 48 Cowen PJ 20 47 OBrien JT 21 47 Treasure JL 22 44 Jones PB 23 44 Hotopf M 24 44 Mckeith IG 25 43 Barnes TRE 26 39 gilbody s 27 36 Lovestone S 28 34 Scott JL 29 Bebbington PE 33 30 31 Brugha TS 31 31 Ferrier IN 32 30 Dolan RJ 33 29 Deakin JFW 34 28 Geddes JR 35 27 Mckenna PJ 36 24 Mann AH 37 22 Bullmore E 38 22 Peveler RC 39 21 Lewis SW 40 13 Sharpe m 41
  24. 24. Most Cited People in World Psychiatry Data being compiled as listed on highly cited (ISI) 300

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