For over 30 years, The Journal of Early Adolescence (JEA) has provided researchers and practitioners in developmental psychology, educational psychology , human development and family studies, psychiatry, public health, social work, and sociology with the latest work concerning original theoretical work, empirical research as well as science-based practices regarding the early adolescent developmental period (10 through 14 years of age).
Eight times a year (effective 2013), JEA clarifies and analyzes significant advances and issues from diverse developmental contexts (peers, school, family, neighborhood, and culture), such as education motivation and achievement, identity development (self-esteem and self-concept), problem behaviors (health risks, reactions to stress), sexuality, as well as in-depth discussions on research design and methodology. Each article goes through rigorous, double-blinded peer review completed in 90 days or less by at least two (up to four) members of an international, multi-disciplinary panel of experts. Proposals for special issues and guest editors are welcomed (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Journal of Early Adolescence offers new perspectives on pivotal developmental issues during early adolescence. Important topics covered in recent issues include:
Regular Papers (RP): Original research and theoretical papers from around the world that present the latest findings and insights on early adolescent development (30-35 pages).
Brief Reports (BR): Basic communication of original research, both basic and applied or conceptual/theoretical work (20 pages).
Rapid Communiqués (RC): Rapid and succinct communication of cutting edge findings; requires conceptual/theoretical framework, like the other two submission formats (8 pages).
Special Issues: Single-theme special issues that include 5 to 8 papers provide in-depth coverage of subjects of current interest. Single issues concentrate on areas that have historically received limited attention. Proposals for special issues are encouraged.
Guest Editorials: Short essays that encourage professional dialogue between diverse disciplines concerned with early adolescence
The Journal of Early Adolescence is the only peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the early adolescent development period.
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|Frequency:||8 Times/Year||eISSN: 1552-5449||ISSN: 0272-4316|
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