For more than 30 years, researchers, academics and practitioners in clinical psychology have turned to Behavior Modification for innovative and insightful research, reports, and reviews on applied behavior modification. Each issue offers successful assessment and modification techniques applicable to problems in psychiatric, clinical, educational, and rehabilitative settings, as well as treatment manuals and program descriptions. These practical features help you follow the process of clinical research and to apply it to your own behavior modification interventions.
Behavior Modification brings you high-quality research articles by distinguished scholars from a variety of disciplines. The wide range of topics includes:
- Child Abuse
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Divorce and Children
- Problem Behavior
- Eating Disorders
- Sexual Harassment
- Female Assertiveness
- Sleep Disorders
- Gender Role stress
- Unemployment and Mental Health
- Learning Disabilities
- Weight Loss Maintenance
An important forum for emerging developments and debates in applied behavior modification, Behavior Modification offers research and clinical articles, treatment manuals, program descriptions, review articles, assessment and modification techniques, theoretical discussions, group comparison designs, and book and media reviews of significant literature in the field.
Behavior Modification also occasionally supplements its broad coverage with single-theme Special Issues dedicated to topics of particular interest, such as:
- Facial Expressions of Emotions
- Community Integration for Persons With the Most Severe Disabilities
- Social-Skills Assessment and Intervention With Children and Adolescents
- Integrating Personality Assessment Data and Behavioral Therapy
- Current Research on Social Behavior
- Treatment of Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Environmental Risk Factors in the Development of Psychopathology
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
For three decades, researchers and practitioners have turned to Behavior Modification for current scholarship on applied behavior modification. Starting in 1995, in addition to keeping you informed on assessment and modification techniques relevant to psychiatric, clinical, education, and rehabilitation settings, Behavior Modification revised and expanded its focus to include treatment manuals and program descriptions. With these features you can follow the process of clinical research and see how it can be applied to your own work. And, with Behavior Modification, successful clinical and administrative experts have an outlet for sharing their solutions in the field. Interdisciplinary: Behavior Modification brings you high-quality research articles by distinguished scholars from a variety of disciplines. The wide range of topics discussed includes: anxiety, child abuse, divorce and children, eating disorders, female assertiveness, gender role stress, learning abilities, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorders, problem behavior, sexual harassment, sleep disorders, unemployment and mental health, and weight loss maintenance. Comprehensive: A forum for the dissemination of information in applied behavior modification, this leading journal offers research and clinical papers, treatment manuals, and program descriptions, as well as theoretical discussions, review articles on emergin developments and debates, and book reviews of significant literature in the field.
|Alan S Bellack||University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA|
|Robert T. Ammerman||Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, USA|
|Cynthia Anderson||The May Institute Inc.|
|Page Anderson||Georgia State University, USA|
|Christina Boisseau||Brown Medical School, USA|
|Carrie Borrero||Kennedy Krieger Institute, USA|
|Lynn Bowman||Kennedy Krieger Institute, USA|
|Michael Brady||Florida Atlantic University, USA|
|Mack D. Burke||Texas A&M University, USA|
|Sanja Cale||SUNY, Old Westbury, USA|
|Nathan A. Call||Emory University, USA|
|Helen I. Cannella-Malone||The Ohio State University, USA|
|Regina Carroll||West Virginia University, USA|
|Laura C. Chezan||Old Dominion University, USA|
|Michael Christopher, Ph.D.||Pacific University, Hillsboro, OR, USA|
|Tai Collins||University of Cincinnati, USA|
|Christine Conelea||Alpert Medical School of Brown University, USA|
|Linda Cooper-Brown||University of Iowa, USA|
|Tatiana Davidson||Medical University of South Carolina, USA|
|Tonya Davis||Baylor University, USA|
|Brad Donohue||University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV, USA|
|Terry Falcomata||The University of Texas at Austin, USA|
|Kurt A. Freeman||Oregon Health & Science University, USA|
|Bernard S. Gorman||Adelphi University, USA|
|Russell Lang||Texas State University - San Marcos, USA|
|Thomas W. Lombardo||University of Mississippi, USA|
|Rumen Manolov||University of Barcelona, Spain|
|John William McKenna||University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA|
|Kim Mueser||New Hampshire-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research, USA|
|Laura Nabors, Ph.D.||University of Cincinnati, USA|
|John Rapp||Auburn University, USA|
|Mandy Rispoli||Purdue University, USA|
|Jeff Sigafoos||Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand|
|Bryant Silbaugh||University of Texas at San Antonio, USA|
|Timothy R. Vollmer||University of Florida, USA|
|David Wilder||Florida Institute of Technology, USA|
|Douglas W. Woods||University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA|
|Robert Zettle||Wichita State University, USA|
Behavior Modification, a peer-reviewed journal, seeks submissions in the following areas: (1) assessment and modification techniques for problems in psychiatric, clinical, education, and rehabilitation settings; (2) papers describing measurement and modification of behavior in normal populations; (3) single-case experimental research and group comparison designs; (4) reviews and theoretical discussions; (5) treatment manuals; and (6) program descriptions. ALL MANUSCRIPTS will be submitted electronically to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/bmod.
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Submission to Behavior Modification implies that the manuscript has not been published elsewhere in substantially similar form or with substantially similar content, nor is it under consideration by another journal. Authors in doubt about what constitutes prior publication should consult the editor. Submission of a manuscript implies commitment to publish in the journal.
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
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