Some databases used by the Behavioral Sciences identify journals in their list of search hits that publish in your research areas (as indicated by your search words):
Journal Citation Reports: allows you to evaluate and compare journals and their impact factors using citation data drawn from approximately 12,000 journals and conference proceedings from more thant 3,300 publishers in over 60 countries.
To focus to journals in your specific subject area(s) of research, click on Categories in the left sidebar and then check the boxes next to one or more subject categories.
The Journal Citation Reports Help page has more information about Journal Citations Reports and using it to evaluate and compare journals.
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:
Use this Free DOI Lookup tool to look up the DOIs of your published articles:
Web of Science calculates how many times your articles or book chapters (published 2005 and later) have been cited: