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[Notice] JCS title gets indexed in SCOPUS (Accepted 21st, October, 2016)

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jcsadmin
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2016-10-22 03:13
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Today we received the message from SCOPUS evaluation team that the evaluation for the inclusion in SCOPUS is successfully completed. Please find the original message below:





Scopus Title Evaluation Team <titlesuggestion@scopus.com>




12:57 AM (2 hours ago)






Title: Journal of Cognitive Science
ISSN / E-ISSN: 1598-2327 / 1976-6939
Publisher: Institue for Cognitive Science, Seoul Nat'l University


Dear Kwondeuk Choi,The title mentioned above has been evaluated for inclusion in Scopus by the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB). The review of this title is now complete and the CSAB has advised that the title will be accepted for inclusion in Scopus. For your information, the reviewer comments are copied below:Supporting reasons:
+ The journal maintains a convincing editorial policy
+ The title publishes excellent content relevant to its field.
+ The title is well cited by other publicationsIf necessary, our Source Collection Management department will contact the publisher in order to set up the content feed for Scopus. The title will be loaded in Scopus as soon as we have access to the title and the content has been processed for indexing. At this moment, there is no further action required from your end.Yours sincerely,Scopus Title Evaluation Support
titlesuggestion@scopus.com

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