Another way of disseminating your research might be to establish your name with a different audience. It is noteworthy that, since 2000, China has become the fifth leading nation in terms of its share of the world's scientific publications. Greenall (2006) describes his experiences working with publishers of school text-books in China, and Han and Zhang (2004) provide an account of the growth of psychology in China, indicating the titles of some Chinese journals in this respect. Jain (2005) presents a similar account of psychology in India. Such overseas journals may welcome reviews and articles that will reach wide audiences and be highly cited in these contexts.
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