If you have published articles that are not currently in the Department’s publications page, please use the form below to let us know. Your article might not be listed for several reasons, which are explained in greater detail at the bottom of this page.
Before submitting your entries, please be aware of the following house rules:
- You must be an author on the paper in question, or be submitting it on behalf of someone who is.
- The work must have been conducted while you were working or studying at the Department of Psychiatry. This affiliation should be listed on the paper. This list is intended to record all papers attributed to the Department, not all papers ever published by members of the Department.
- Only articles appearing in peer-reviewed journals, book sections or books will be listed. We do not list reports or other grey literature. Please make such work available on your own personal pages.
- All submissions will be checked before being added to our database
Why your paper might not be listed on our publications page
- Currently our automated search only supports articles indexed on PubMed, though we are of course keen to add any other peer-reviewed publications indexed elsewhere. You can add these manually using the form above.
- Our base PubMed search is based on all present researchers within the Department of Psychiatry (including students, affiliated and Emeritus members) and former senior staff, combined with an affiliation the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge. This affiliation requirement ensures that we only list papers published by members of our Department while they were affiliated to the Department. The affiliation term we use is actually expanded to include keyword affiliations including “clinical neuroscience”, “brain” “experimental psychology” (AND Cambridge). These keywords must appear in the affiliation, not elsewhere in the citation, to ensure we don’t falesly attribute other work as our own. By carefully expanding our affiliation term we improve our search to include most (though we realise not all) papers published by members of our Department, while working at the Department. We have decided this system is preferable to the alternative, whereby we would not restrict the author affiliation but we would receive many many “false positive”, published by people of the same name, but not affiliated to our Department. In minimizing false positives, we regretably also create false negatives – papers published by members of our Department but not picked up by our search, because PubMed only lists the first author’s affiliation, so papers where a Departmental author is listed elsewhere on the paper i.e. second to last author, do not necessarily get identified. By letting us know about such missing papers, you can help make our database more complete.
- You use a different name to publish under than the one we have listed. We have tried to identify all instances where people’s names have changed or people use a different name (or initials) for publication than the one listed. Where possible our search runs on both your name with, and without, your middle initial. If you feel we might be using the wrong name for you, please let us know so we can modify our search.
- Book chapters and edited books are not routinely identified by our search, though you can let us know about any you would like to appear on our publications page provided they meet our house rules.