Well, we just got the new Journal Metrics today, and once again Computers in Human Behavior is doing really well ! In fact, the impact grew significantly for all of the markers.
If we take the SNIP (Source Normalized Impact per Paper: an impact factor weighted by the relative size of the field):
SNIP 2011: 2.133
SNIP 2012: 2.151
SNIP 2013: 2.408
The SJR (SCImago Journal Rank: a global prestige evaluation) follows the same trend:
SJR 2011: 1.577
SJR 2012: 1.589
SJR 2013: 1.791
The IPP (Impact Per Publication: which shows the ratio of ratio of citation per article published) is even better !
IPP 2011: 2.826
IPP 2012: 2.908
IPP 2013: 3.281
Which is likely to be reflected in the up-coming more conventional Impact Factor.
Sure, all of these metrics are just proxy (such as the Impact Factor, by the way), but still, they show us that the journal is doing really well, and that we are confirming its position as a recognized leader in the field.