I can find impact factors easily enough, but just wondering if there are unofficial 'subjective' rankings out there. I know how it works in my field (bioanthropology). If you can get it into nature or science, you are on the short list of people who could potentially be the second coming of jesus. If you can get into one of the big general journals like evolution, behavior, animal behavior, you're a demigod. And then there are top bioanthropology journals. Followed by a couple of field-specific journals, and then the rest. There are very clear grades of journals and it's often pretty critical when it comes to jobs, grants, etc. how many of each type of publication you have in an 'A', 'B', or 'C' level journal. Anyone know if there are tiers like that for psychiatric journals? Also, if any journals with decent impact factors are more amenable to research in meditation and exercise? And, if you're a buddhist, submitting an article about mindfulness-based interventions, shouldn't you have to declare that as a conflict of interest?