Chang Lei and Todd Jackson, both the professors of the department of Psychology of FSS, are listed among the top 2% of scientists in a global ranking released by the Stanford University. The report was prepared by a team of experts led by Prof. John Ioannidis of the Stanford University in collaboration with Mendeley Data of Elsevier. The ranking identifiesthe top 2% among seven millions of scientists by citations, H-index and HM-index of 2020 and over one’s careers.
Chang, the chair professor and the head of the department of Psychology of FSS, is one of six Chinese scholars among the world’s top 2% of scientists of Psychology & Cognitive Sciences discipline for career-long citation impact as well as one of twelve Chinese scholars for single year citation impact. He has over 250 referred journal publications in the areas of evolutionary psychology and developmental psychology since 1994. With an h-index of 62, Chang’s journals have been cited nearly 20,000 times.
Jackson is the professor of the department of Psychology of FSS who has over 150 referred journal publications in the areas of clinical psychology and health psychology since 1996. With an h-index of 44, his journals have been cited over 5,000 times. Jackson is a world-class researcher and has been identified one of the most influential scientists in psychology, cognitive sciences, and psychiatry in global database. Jackson is among twelve Chinese scholars of the world’s top 2% of scientists of Psychology & Cognitive Sciences discipline for single year citation impact in 2020.