The Journal in 2004
J Clin Psychiatry 2004;65(12):1593-1596
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For 65 years, The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry has grown and matured along with modern psychiatry. The remarkable advances of today’s neuroscience have informed and expanded our robust medical specialty. And as our field increases its knowledge and ability to aid the sick, this journal ascends in the strength of its science and the resulting respect of its worldwide readership. We are the best-read peer-reviewed psychiatry journal, fifth in the world in impact factor, and first in growth among the top 5 journals.