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Some databases used in Psychology identify journals in their list of search hits that publish in your research areas (as indicated by your search words):
Some journals and conferences are open to including undergraduate work:
Journal Citation Reports: provides information about journals in Psychology, including their impact factors.
Web of Science calculates how many times your articles or book chapters (published 2005 and later) have been cited:
Use this Free DOI Lookup tool to look up the DOIs of your published articles:
The h-index quanitifies an individual’s research output and measures both their productivity and impact. The index is based on a list of publications ranked in descending order by the number of citations these publications received. The value of h is equal to the number of papers (N) in the list that have N or more citations. (J.E. Hirsch, 2005).
Web of Science calculates your h-index: