ScienceOpen and Hogrefe Publishing Group extend their cooperation

ScienceOpen and Hogrefe Publishing Group are pleased to announce an extended collaboration that integrates six new featured collections in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, medicine, and health care into the ScienceOpen research discovery environment. These collections join the already featured open access article collection ‘Hogrefe OpenMind’ in psychology/psychiatry, medicine, and nursing on ScienceOpen.

ScienceOpen’s partnership with Hogrefe, a major scientific publisher on mental health, marks a significant contribution to not only the scientific field of psychology and psychiatry, but also to raising social awareness about relevant psychological issues that pass unnoticed or are inadequately addressed in society. Hogrefe’s portfolio consists of high quality, peer-reviewed articles in English and German language that cover many areas of psychology and psychiatry and facilitate a better understanding of people as psychosocial individuals.

Hogrefe’s new collections on ScienceOpen are topically organized and feature:

Dr. G.-Jürgen Hogrefe, CEO Hogrefe Publishing Group, says:

We are pleased to expand the cooperation with ScienceOpen. Our Open Access articles have been indexed here since 2017. Now we are adding a large part of our backlist of published articles and all new articles will be added continuously. Scientists can search without registration and benefit from numerous opportunities provided by the platform. With ScienceOpen we are promoting our authors’ publications even more and hope to improve the discoverability of our journals for the scientific readership.

With over 50 million articles and records, the discovery platform ScienceOpen places Hogrefe’s publications in a broader research framework that technologically facilitates the discoverability of this research. ScienceOpen and Hogrefe Publishing Group hope this cooperation will increase the scientific and social impact of research in psychology, psychiatry, health science and health care.