Self- and cross-citations in JABA and JEAB from 1993 through 2003 were examined. Yearly mean levels of self-citation for JABA and JEAB were 34.9% and 33.2%, respectively. Overall, 7.8% of JAM citations were JEAB articles, and 0. 6% of JEAB citations were JABA articles. The former value, but not the latter, is substantially higher than the cross-citation level reported for earlier years. The two JEAB articles most often cited in JAM were published over 20 years ago and are concerned with establishing operations and the matching law.
- Applied behavior analysis
- Basic research
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Applied Psychology
- Sociology and Political Science