AD Scientific Index 2021

World Scientist and University Social Sciences / Psychology Rankings 2021

Total 11.350 scientist, 99 country, 2.038 university
AD Scientific Index - Scientist Rankings - 2021 H INDEX i10 INDEX CITATION
University Country Region World Name
Country University Subject Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total
2 5 8 32 Chris Frith *

United Kingdom
UCL University College London Social Sciences / Psychology
mind|brain|social interaction|
232 124 0.534 640 457 0.714 220047 58491 0.266
3 68 76 134 Terrie E Moffitt *

United States
Duke University Social Sciences / Psychology
developmental psychopathology|intelligence|crime|aging|
202 134 0.663 446 445 0.998 186772 74984 0.401
1 76 86 154 Richard M Ryan

United States
Abilene Christian University Social Sciences / Psychology
Self-Determination Theory|psychology|intrinsic motivation|education|organizational behavior|
197 166 0.843 377 371 0.984 435762 227725 0.523
5 83 94 168 Michael Tomasello

United States
Duke University Social Sciences / Psychology
developmental psychology|evolutionary anthropology|cognitive science|evolutionary psychology|
195 121 0.621 616 648 1.052 173057 70691 0.408
2 17 53 171 Robin M Murray

United Kingdom
King's College London Social Sciences / Psychology
psychosis|schizophrenia|drug abuse|
195 106 0.544 1121 710 0.633 151492 53196 0.351
1 6 6 208 Roy F Baumeister

Australia
University of Queensland Social Sciences / Psychology
social psychology|personality|
190 140 0.737 618 507 0.820 235182 105993 0.451
2 124 144 268 Ed Diener

United States
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Social Sciences / Psychology
Psychology|Social psychology|Personality psychology|Positive Psychology|
184 131 0.712 367 363 0.989 270999 122318 0.451
1 4 99 298 Dorret I Boomsma

Netherlands
VU University of Amsterdam Social Sciences / Psychology
182 135 0.742 1106 889 0.804 154292 93749 0.608
1 28 100 300 Ian Deary

United Kingdom
University of Edinburgh Social Sciences / Psychology
Intelligence|Cognitive Aging|Personality|Psychometrics|Psychology|
182 133 0.731 1313 1040 0.792 133243 74803 0.561
1 5 104 312 Wilmar Schaufeli

Netherlands
Utrecht University Social Sciences / Psychology
Occupational Health Psychology|
180 137 0.761 527 454 0.861 200607 111752 0.557
2 189 215 406 Martin Seligman

United States
University of Pennsylvania Social Sciences / Psychology
Positive Psychology|Learned Helplessness|Prospection|Depression|Optimism|
173 113 0.653 558 375 0.672 250817 91459 0.365
1 38 146 446 Alan Baddeley

United Kingdom
University of York Social Sciences / Psychology
Psychology|Cognitive Psychology|Memory|Working memory|
170 92 0.541 543 362 0.667 208472 59610 0.286
12 252 281 526 James J Gross

United States
Stanford University Social Sciences / Psychology
Emotion|Emotion Regulation|
164 136 0.829 438 431 0.984 164373 93117 0.566
1 9 181 555 Jim Van Os

Netherlands
Maastricht University Social Sciences / Psychology
Psychosis|Mental Disorders|Public Health|Diagnosis|mHealth|
162 107 0.660 866 705 0.814 141260 77880 0.551
7 281 311 575 Michael I Posner

United States
University of Oregon Social Sciences / Psychology
attention|
160 90 0.563 272 270 0.993 168461 44402 0.264
9 317 349 654 John Gabrieli

United States
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Social Sciences / Psychology
Cognitive Neuroscience|
156 96 0.615 305 303 0.993 88621 30245 0.341
2 325 359 676 Nancy Eisenberg Or Nancy Eisenberg Berg

United States
Arizona State University Social Sciences / Psychology
psychology|psychiatry|pediatrics|neuroscience|family studies|
154 100 0.649 414 412 0.995 113940 43979 0.386
8 336 370 689 Shelley E. Taylor

United States
University of California Los Angeles Social Sciences / Psychology
Social Psychology|Social Cognition|Health Psychology|
153 100 0.654 280 279 0.996 155202 47099 0.303
2 343 378 706 Richard E Petty

United States
Ohio State University Social Sciences / Psychology
social psychology|attitudes|persuasion|social cognition|emotion|
152 94 0.618 336 335 0.997 152500 51352 0.337
20 360 396 734 Keith Rayner

United States
University of California San Diego Social Sciences / Psychology
Cognitive Psychology|Language processing|Reading|
151 80 0.530 319 318 0.997 87023 28537 0.328
6 365 401 744 Jonathan D Cohen

United States
Princeton University Social Sciences / Psychology
Cognitive Neuroscience|Cognitive Psychology|Computational Neuroscience|Cognitive Control|Prefrontal Cortex|
150 97 0.647 382 372 0.974 169248 59452 0.351
2 366 402 745 Phillip R Shaver

United States
University of California Davis Social Sciences / Psychology
personality and social psychology|attachment theory|
150 103 0.687 349 343 0.983 142521 53806 0.378
1 3 22 759 David Fergusson

New Zealand
University of Otago Social Sciences / Psychology
psychology|
150 82 0.547 448 323 0.721 78843 26464 0.336
5 398 436 810 John R Anderson

United States
Carnegie Mellon University Social Sciences / Psychology
Cognitive Psychology|
147 72 0.490 283 281 0.993 162132 31764 0.196
1 418 459 849 Charles S Carver

United States
University of Miami Social Sciences / Psychology
psychology|
145 83 0.572 386 303 0.785 162783 57607 0.354
3 441 484 890 Norbert Schwarz

United States
University of Southern California Social Sciences / Psychology
social psychology|cognitive psychology|consumer behavior|decision making|survey methodology|
143 95 0.664 298 297 0.997 110764 42251 0.381
32 466 511 928 I Gotlib

United States
Stanford University Social Sciences / Psychology
psychopathology|developmental neuroscience|
142 85 0.599 373 372 0.997 72809 29732 0.408
4 24 291 947 Klaus R Scherer

Switzerland
Université de Geneve Social Sciences / Psychology
emotion|voice|appraisal|speech|music|
141 89 0.631 414 322 0.778 89255 34639 0.388
6 89 293 952 Michael Lamb

United Kingdom
University of Cambridge Social Sciences / Psychology
Developmental and forensic psychology|
141 75 0.532 582 370 0.636 85275 24651 0.289
60 496 542 981 Larry J Seidman

United States
Harvard University Social Sciences / Psychology
Schizophrenia|ADHD|Neuropsychology|
140 80 0.571 414 415 1.002 79029 38104 0.482
10 93 300 984 ME Lamb

United Kingdom
University of Cambridge Social Sciences / Psychology
Psychology|Law|
140 72 0.514 526 343 0.652 76537 22087 0.289
2 3 318 1043 Risto Näätänen

Estonia
University of Tartu Social Sciences / Psychology
Mismatch negativity and its clinical applications|clinical electrophysiology|cognitive decline|auditory processing|
138 66 0.478 426 290 0.681 76784 18932 0.247
2 538 590 1053 Nathana Fox

United States
University of Maryland Social Sciences / Psychology
developmental psychology|
138 86 0.623 424 417 0.983 64420 27436 0.426
3 549 601 1074 Jack M Fletcher

United States
University of Houston Social Sciences / Psychology
child neuropsychology|neurodevelopmental disorders|learning disabilities|
137 76 0.555 324 324 1.000 74415 21288 0.286
11 558 611 1085 Susan Fiske

United States
Princeton University Social Sciences / Psychology
social psychology|social neuroscience|
136 96 0.706 362 359 0.992 132815 52288 0.394
2 566 619 1097 Mark Greenberg

United States
Pennsylvania State University Social Sciences / Psychology
Psychology|Education|
136 85 0.625 298 307 1.030 81187 33694 0.415
3 567 620 1098 Thomas Joiner

United States
Florida State University Social Sciences / Psychology
Suicide prevention|
136 92 0.676 602 498 0.827 80126 41230 0.515
17 577 630 1118 John Dovidio

United States
Yale University Social Sciences / Psychology
prejudice|intergroup relations|prosocial behavior|
135 96 0.711 384 382 0.995 85528 38295 0.448
3 582 636 1125 Clara E Hill

United States
University of Maryland Social Sciences / Psychology
counseling psychology|meaning in life|psychotherapy|dreams|qualitative research|
135 93 0.689 563 553 0.982 78703 43617 0.554
4 38 42 1193 Richard Bryant

Australia
University of New South Wales Social Sciences / Psychology
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder|
134 89 0.664 655 529 0.808 69493 34164 0.492
17 115 352 1198 Dorothy VM Bishop

United Kingdom
University of Oxford Social Sciences / Psychology
Psychology|Neuroscience|Language|Developmental disorders|
134 78 0.582 380 297 0.782 65688 24524 0.373
19 117 360 1235 Charles Spence

United Kingdom
University of Oxford Social Sciences / Psychology
Psychology|
133 91 0.684 756 674 0.892 66489 36326 0.546
2 651 713 1241 Paul B Baltes

United States
Wayne State University Social Sciences / Psychology
Psychology|
132 67 0.508 356 212 0.596 108887 35384 0.325
10 657 719 1254 Jean Decety

United States
University of Chicago Social Sciences / Psychology
Affective neuroscience|Developmental neuroscience|Social neuroscience|Cognitive neuroscience|
132 94 0.712 277 271 0.978 74781 31912 0.427
47 694 758 1319 David Spiegel

United States
Stanford University Social Sciences / Psychology
psycho-oncology|hypnosis|dissociation|PTSD|
131 65 0.496 295 292 0.990 64871 18168 0.280
1 706 771 1337 Michael Hogg

United States
Claremont Graduate University Social Sciences / Psychology
psychology|social psychology|leadership|social identity|group processes|
130 84 0.646 263 264 1.004 117213 46547 0.397
7 730 799 1382 Sheldon Cohen

United States
Carnegie Mellon University Social Sciences / Psychology
psychology|social psychology|psychoneuroimmunology|health psychology|social support|
129 82 0.636 215 214 0.995 156367 60377 0.386
1 10 90 1404 Mario Mikulincer

Israel
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya Social Sciences / Psychology
Attachment|Emotion Regulation|Personality and Social Psychology|Close relationships|
129 83 0.643 352 280 0.795 68453 27097 0.396
1 138 410 1412 David Perrett

United Kingdom
University of Saint Andrews Social Sciences / Psychology
Perception|Evolutionary Psychology|Recognition|Face Perception|
129 76 0.589 292 247 0.846 62810 18359 0.292
85 751 823 1421 Alfonso Caramazza

United States
Harvard University Social Sciences / Psychology
cognitive neuroscience|cognitive neuropsychology|
129 65 0.504 266 266 1.000 59539 14939 0.251