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Conditions of Submission It is expected that when a manuscript is submitted for review, the author (a) has not submitted the manuscript for concurrent review to another journal, (b) has not published the article or a substantial part of the findings elsewhere, (c) is responsible for the accuracy of all statements and findings, (d) has obtained approval to conduct data-based research from the institution's human subjects' committee, (e) agrees that the editor has the right to edit the manuscript as necessary for publication (such that content is not substantively changed), (f) assigns all rights for the publication of the manuscript to School Psychology Review, (g) agrees to disclose any potential financial conflicts of interest, and (h) is willing to format graphics in a manner that meets the specifications outlined by the journal's publisher. Children, Research, and Public Policy Manuscripts submitted for the "Children, Research, and Public Policy" section should address important public health issues related to children's education (e.g., drop out prevention, school discipline, violence prevention, literacy development, home-school partnerships, IDEA provisions, health promotion, health disparities).
School Psychology Review, 2010, Volume 39, No. 2 Guidelines for Authors School Psychology Review is a refer- ject to a masked, peer-review process involv- eed journal published quarterly by the Na- ing members of the Editorial Advisory Board tional Association of School Psychologists and ad hoc reviewers. (NASP). The primary purpose of School Psychology Review is to provide a means for Conditions of Submission communicating scholarly advances in re- search, training, and practice related to psy- It is expected that when a manuscript is chology and education, and speciﬁcally to submitted for review, the author (a) has not school psychologists. Of particular interest submitted the manuscript for concurrent re- are articles presenting original, data-based view to another journal, (b) has not published research that can contribute to the develop- the article or a substantial part of the ﬁndings ment of innovative intervention and preven- elsewhere, (c) is responsible for the accuracy tion strategies and the evaluation of these of all statements and ﬁndings, (d) has obtained approaches. The Review presents important approval to conduct data-based research from conceptual developments and empirical the institution’s human subjects’ committee, ﬁndings from a wide range of disciplines (e) agrees that the editor has the right to edit (e.g., educational, child clinical, pediatric, the manuscript as necessary for publication community, and family psychology, as well (such that content is not substantively as education and special education) and changed), (f) assigns all rights for the publi- communicates advances from within school cation of the manuscript to School Psychology psychology to the broader educational and Review, (g) agrees to disclose any potential psychological communities. ﬁnancial conﬂicts of interest, and (h) is will- School Psychology Review places em- ing to format graphics in a manner that meets phasis on original, data-based research, but the the speciﬁcations outlined by the journal’s journal is receptive to reviews with implica- publisher. tions for public policy and innovative program Selection of Manuscripts development, and well-designed case studies illustrating strategies for linking research and The selection of manuscripts is based practice. Although a wide range of topics rel- upon the importance of the topic addressed, evant to school psychology, education, and relevance to the readership, ability to make a related disciplines are of interest, the Review unique contribution to the literature in psy- plac
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