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Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions

Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions

and SAGE in association with the Association for Positive Behavior Support

eISSN: 15384772 | ISSN: 10983007 | Current volume: 26 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly
The aim of the Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions is to expand the knowledge and practice of effective behavioral support in school, home, and community settings, with a focus on comprehensive outcomes in the lives of children, youth, and adults. The goal is to extend the empirical database; enhance the conceptual framework; and provide a forum for researchers, professionals, families, and policymakers. Articles are relevant for the development and application of behavioral support.offers sound, research-based principles of positive behavior support for use in school, home and community settings with people with challenges in behavioral adaptation. Regular features include empirical research; discussion, literature reviews, and conceptual papers; programs, practices, and innovations; forum; and media reviews. Published by the Hammill Institute on Disabilities and SAGE in association with the Association for Positive Behavior Support.

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The aim of the Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions is to expand the knowledge and practice of effective behavioral support in school, home, and community settings, with a focus on comprehensive outcomes in the lives of children, youth, and adults. The goal is to extend the empirical database; enhance the conceptual framework; and provide a forum for researchers, professionals, families, and policymakers. Articles must be relevant for the development and application of behavioral support.

Editors
Wendy Machalicek University of Oregon, USA
Mandy J. Rispoli University of Virginia, USA
Associate Editors
Allison Bruhn University of Iowa, USA
Paul Caldarella Brigham Young University, USA
Angel Fettig University of Washington, USA
Jennifer Freeman University of Connecticut, USA
Grace Gengoux Stanford University, USA
Joshua Harrower California State University-Monterey Bay, USA
Angus Kittelman University of Missouri, USA
Joseph M. Lambert Vanderbilt University
Hedda Meadan Univerity of North Carolina- Charlotte, USA
Keith Smolkowski Oregon Research Institute, USA
Consulting Editors
Robert Algozzine University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Linda Bambara Lehigh University, USA
Lisa Bowman-Perrot Texas A&M University, USA
M. Renee Bradley U.S. Office of Special Education Programs, USA
William Calderhead Montana State University - Billings, USA
Aaron R. Campbell University of Missouri, USA
Cynthia Carter University of California, San Diego, USA
Cade Charlton Brigham Young University, USA
Karen Childs University of South Florida, USA
Eric Alan Common University of Michigan-Flint, USA
Lisa S. Cushing University of Illinois - Chicago, USA
Christine Drew Auburn University, USA
Glen Dunlap University of Nevada, USA
V. Mark Durand University of South Florida - St. Petersburg
Robin Parks Ennis University of Alabama - Birmingham, USA
K. Brigid Flannery University of Oregon, USA
William Frea Ascend Child Development, USA
Rachel Freeman University of Minnesota, USA
Nicholas Gage University of Florida, USA
Emily Gregori University of Illinois - Chicago, USA
James W. Halle University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Mark Harvey Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Richard Hastings University of Warwick, UK
Kathryn Havercroft Eastern Illinois University, USA
Leanne S. Hawken University of Utah, USA
Robert H. Horner University of Oregon, USA
William Hunter University of Memphis, USA
Rose Iovannone University of South Florida, USA
Ginger Kelso Steven F. Austin State University, USA
Lee Kern, 2013-2020 Lehigh University, USA
Seth King University of Iowa, IA, USA
Tim Knoster Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, USA
Lynn Koegel Standford University, United States
Robert Koegel Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
Shari Krishnan TechMed
Kathleen Lynne Lane, 2014-2020 University of Kansas, USA
Ross Larsen Brigham Young University, USA
Tim Lewis University of Missouri, USA
Sharon Lohrmann The Boggs Center, USA
Joseph Lucyshyn University of British Columbia, Canada
Gail McGee Emory University School of Medicine, USA
Kent McIntosh University of Oregon, USA
Camilla McMahon Miami University, USA
Barbara Mitchell Kansas State Unversity
Tara Moore University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
Lauren Moskowitz St. John's University, New York, USA
Michael C. Nelson University of Kentucky, USA
Rhonda Nese University of Oregon, USA
Robert Putnam May Institute
Kayla Randall Georgia Southern University, USA
Billie Jo Rodriguez The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
Leslie Rogers Keimyung University, Korea
Scott Ross Utah State University, USA
Timothy Runge Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
Christian Sabey Brigham Young University, USA
Wayne Sailor University of Kansas, USA
Jonathon D. Schmidt Kennedy Krieger Institute, USA
Ilene Schwartz University of Washington, USA
Terrance Scott SRI Education, Center for Learning and Development
Smita Shukla-Mehta University of North Texas, USA
Russell Skiba Indiana University, USA
Timothy A. Slocum Utah State University, USA
Scott Spaulding University of Washington, USA
Kristen Stang California State University, Fullerton, USA
Talida State Montclair State University, USA
Elizabeth A. Steed University of Colorado Denver, USA
Sondra Stegenga Utah State University, USA
Nathan A. Stevenson Kent State University, USA
Keith Storey Juvo Autism and Behavioral Health Services, USA
Phillip Strain University of Colorado at Denver, USA
Jennifer Symon California State University-Los Angeles, USA
Matthew J. Tincani Temple University, USA
Jessie Torelli University of Georgia, USA
John Umbreit University of Arizona, USA
Gita Upreti University of Texas, El Paso, USA
Cheryl Utley University of Kansas, USA
Kimberly Vannest Texas A&M University, USA
Bobbie Vaughn All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, USA
Ty Vernon University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Brenna K. Wood Portland State University, USA
Founding Editors
Glen Dunlap University of Nevada, USA
Robert Koegel Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
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    Editors

    Dr. Mandy J. Rispoli
    University of Virginia
    School of Education
    PO Box 400273
    Charlottesville, VA 22904
    mgj3r@virginia.edu

    Dr. Wendy Machalicek
    University of Oregon
    Dept. of Special Education and Clinical Sciences
    860 Willow Ave.
    Eugene, OR 97403
    wmachali@uoregon.edu

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