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Schizophrenia Research, 5, Probing the time-course of the auditory oddball P3 with secondary reaction time. Although their production is generally low, Spain's production is very high. All four countries advance in ranking in Psychology relative to their general rankings. This group is located in the lower right quadrant of Figure 1. These countries have a major subject specialization in Psychology, but little recognition. Colombia is the best example, and is also notable for its increase in production see Figure 2.
Spain and South Africa both have indices of excellence, thus representing The group accounts for 3. Group 4 is the largest, comprising 16 countries with low normalized citations and subject specialization.
Generally they also have low production, although France, Brazil, and Japan are exceptions in this case. In general the ranking of these countries in Psychology is lower than their general ranking, the exceptions are Portugal, Mexico, and Chile, which advance in positions, and Argentina and Brazil that maintain theirs. This group is located in the lower left quadrant of Figure 1. These countries are neither specialized nor widely recognized.
Although their absolute production is low, Brazil and Poland stand out for their growth in production Figure 2. France, Brazil, and Greece have contents of excellence in index, thus representing Of the institutions that published worldwide in the Area of Psychology, were selected the 70 most productive in the period , in particular those with an exceeding production of documents in this period. The corresponding data are presented in Table 4.