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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Articles published in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy has got h-index 23, which means every article in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy has got 23 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy.

  2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

0 0 9 59 48

Year wise citations received

377 318 331 277 262
Journal total citations count 2384
Journal impact factor 12.60
Journal 5 years impact factor 9.26
Journal cite score 10.77
Journal h-index 23
Journal h-index since 2016 20
Journal Impact Factor 2020 formula
IF= Citations(y)/{Publications(y-1)+ Publications(y-2)} Y= Year
Journal 5-year Impact Factor 2020 formula
Citations(2016 + 2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020)/
{Published articles(2016 + 2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020)}
Journal citescore
Citescorey = Citationsy + Citationsy-1 + Citationsy-2 + Citations y-3 / Published articlesy + Published articlesy-1 + Published articlesy-2 + Published articles y-3
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Snir R (2014) Intergenerational Similarity in (Heavy) Work Investment. Heavy Work Investment: Its Nature, Sources, Outcomes, and Future Directions: 342.

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Harpaz I, Snir R. HEAVY WORK INVESTMENT.

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Shonin E. Integrating Buddhist practices and principles into mental health settings: a mixed method investigation (Doctoral dissertation, Nottingham Trent University).

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Барабанщикова ВВ, Климова ОА. Представления о вовлеченности в работу и трудоголизме в современных психологических исследованиях. Национальный психологический журнал. 2015(1 (17)).

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Spurk D, Hirschi A, Kauffeld S (2016) A New Perspective on the Etiology of Workaholism: The Role of Personal and Contextual Career-Related Antecedents. Journal of Career Assessment 24: 747-764.

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Quinones C, Griffiths MD (2015) Addiction to work: A critical review of the workaholism construct and recommendations for assessment. Journal of psychosocial nursing and mental health services 53: 48-59.

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Clark MA, Beiler AA, Zimmerman LM (2015) Examining the work–family experience of female workaholics. InGender and the Work-Family Experience: 313-327.

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Duffy RD, Douglass RP, Autin KL, England J, Dik BJ (2016) Does the dark side of a calling exist? Examining potential negative effects. The Journal of Positive Psychology 11: 634-646.

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Molino M, Bakker AB, Ghislieri C (2016) The role of workaholism in the job demands-resources model. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 29: 400-414.

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Brafford AM. Building the positive law firm: The legal profession at its best.

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Bloom P (2016) Work as the contemporary limit of life: Capitalism, the death drive, and the lethal fantasy of ‘work–life balance’. Organization 23: 588-606.

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Hakanen J, Peeters M (2015) How do work engagement, workaholism, and the work-to-family interface affect each other? A 7-year follow-up study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 57: 601-609.

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Canale A, Archuleta KL, Klontz BT (2015) Money disorders. InFinancial Therapy: 35-67.

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Falco A, Girardi D, Kravina L, Trifiletti E, Bartolucci GB, et al. (2013) The mediating role of psychophysic strain in the relationship between workaholism, job performance, and sickness absence: A longitudinal study. Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 55: 1255-1261.

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Shonin E, Van Gordon W, Griffiths MD. The treatment of workaholism with meditation awareness training: A case study.

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Andreassen CS (2013) Workaholism: An overview and current status of the research. Journal of Behavioral Addictions 3: 1-1.

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Clark MA, Michel JS, Zhdanova L, Pui SY, Baltes BB (2016) All work and no play? A meta-analytic examination of the correlates and outcomes of workaholism. Journal of Management 42: 1836-1873.

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Sussman S, Arnett JJ (2014) Emerging adulthood: developmental period facilitative of the addictions. Evaluation & the health profession 37: 147-155.

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