PSYCHOLOGY conducts extensive collaborative research among the social sciences. 96% of the discipline journal articles captured in the Academic Analytics database (2014-2017 inclusive) were co-published by multiple authors. Collaborative research (co-authorship of journal articles) between faculty in Psychology accounts for 38.9% of all co-authored Psychology publications. Collaboration with other disciplines most often involves researchers in Neurobiology/Neuroscience which accounts for 5.1% of all co-authored Psychology journal publications. The next two most frequent disciplines, Clinical Psychology and Public Health, account for 2.8% and 2.7% of all co-authored Psychology journal publications respectively. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in Psychology who best complement your research, and where they are located?
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