International Journals

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

The Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders is the leading peer-reviewed, scholarly periodical focusing on all aspects of autism spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. Published monthly, JADD is committed to advancing the understanding of autism, including potential causes and prevalence (e.g., genetic, immunological, environmental); diagnosis advancements; and effective clinical care, education, and treatment for all individuals. Studies of diagnostic reliability and validity, psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacological treatment efficacy, and mental health services effectiveness are encouraged. JADD also seeks to promote the well-being of children and families by publishing scholarly papers on such subjects as health policy, legislation, advocacy, culture and society, and service provision as they pertain to the mental health of children and families. Review articles are solicited in targeted areas of special interest; book and media reviews provide targeted updates on important new materials; and the Ask the Editor column serves as a forum for addressing timely questions of relevance to JADD’s broad readership.

American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation focuses on the practice, research and educational aspects of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Monthly issues keep physiatrists up-to-date on the optimal functional restoration of patients with disabilities, physical treatment of neuromuscular impairments, the development of new rehabilitative technologies, and the use of electrodiagnostic studies. The Journal publishes cutting-edge basic and clinical research, clinical case reports and in-depth topical reviews of interest to rehabilitation professionals. Topics include prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions, brain injury, spinal cord injury, cardiopulmonary disease, trauma, acute and chronic pain, amputation, prosthetics and orthotics, mobility, gait, and pediatrics as well as areas related to education and administration. Other important areas of interest include cancer rehabilitation, aging, and exercise. The Journal has recently published a series of articles on the topic of outcomes research. This well-established journal is the official scholarly publication of the Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP).

American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
New information on psychiatric disability and rehabilitation is increasing rapidly. The American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation maintains a goal of sharing new and important information with all persons invested in rehabilitation care and treatment. The American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation is written for providers who offer rehabilitation services and is also for persons with psychiatric disabilities. It is for family members and others who are close to people with psychiatric disability. It is for advocates looking for a forum to express their vision and is also key reading for administrators and policy makers to provide them with guidance in their plans for future program development. The American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation features original research papers on psychiatric rehabilitation. Theoretical papers, reviews, and commentaries are encouraged if they contribute substantially to current knowledge. Reports of novel ways to reduce barriers and promote implementation of evidence practice in real world settings and to enhance access and retention of minorities in psychiatric rehabilitation programs are also encouraged. First person accounts that reflect on the rehabilitation process and recovery are also appropriate.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
This international journal has distinguished itself through its coverage of the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation and of the more interdisciplinary field of rehabilitation. The journal publishes original articles that report on important trends and developments in these fields. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation brings readers authoritative information on the therapeutic utilization of physical and pharmaceutical agents in providing comprehensive care for persons with disabilities and chronically ill individuals. The journal is recommended for initial purchase in the Brandon-Hill study, Selected List of Books and Journals for the Small Medical Library.

Australian Journal of Physiotherapy
Australian Journal of Physiotherapy is the official journal of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. The Editorial Board’s mission is to publish significant research which has important implications for physiotherapy. Our vision is for the journal to be the pre-eminent international publication of the science and practice of physiotherapy.

With a 2006 Impact Factor of 1.490, AJP ranks second among general journals of physiotherapy. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy is indexed on MEDLINE and 13 other international databases, thus ensuring a worldwide readership. Circulation is approximately 11 000 print copies. The journal’s popular Critically Appraised Papers appear in translation in partnership with journals in France, Germany, Norway and Holland. Clinimetrics are also translated into French. By arrangement selected papers also appear in translation in the official journals of the professional associations in Brazil and Iran, on a website in Poland, and in the teaching program in Afghanistan. Papers are supplemented electronically by downloadable eAddenda which provide datasets, trial protocols, and additional information for interested readers. eSupplements contain abstracts from official APA scientific meetings. Papers from the four most recent issues of the journal are available only to APA members and AJP subscribers; papers from all other issues (back to Vol 1 No 1) are freely available from this website. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy is also available free to institutions in qualifying countries under the WHO HINARI initiative.

Australian Occupational Therapy Journal
The Australian Occupational Therapy Journal is the official journal of OT Australia , the Australian Association of Occupational Therapists, and welcomes manuscripts relevant to the theory, research, practice and education of occupational therapy. The Journal aims to promote research and interdisciplinary communication, and provide a forum for discussion of issues relevant to occupational therapists. The Journal is dedicated to promoting occupational therapy internationally.

"This is just not another journal. Autism is a much needed, high quality publication for researchers, clinicians and all professionals who want to keep up-to-date on the exploding field of autism and other related neurodevelopmental disorders. Reading the journal will keep you current in research and practice." Thomas F. Anders, M.D. "Autism provides a much needed outlet for the current explosion of high-quality autism research, both basic and applied." Simon Baron-Cohen, Autism provides a major international forum for research of direct and practical relevance to improving the quality of life for individuals with autism or autism-related disorders. The journal's success and popularity reflect the recent worldwide growth in the research and understanding of autistic spectrum disorders, and the consequent impact on the provision of treatment and care. Autism is interdisciplinary in nature, focusing on evaluative research in all areas, including intervention, diagnosis, training, case study analyses of therapy, education, neurological issues, evaluation of particular therapies, quality of life issues, family issues and family services, medical and genetic issues, epidemiological research. Autism is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at

Behavior Modification
For more than 20 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: Anxiety
  • Phobias
  • 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

Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy
Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy is an international, peer-reviewed journal exploring the relationship between body and mind and focusing on the significance of the body and movement in the therapeutic setting. It is the only scholarly journal wholly dedicated to the growing fields of body (somatic) psychotherapy and dance movement therapy. The body is increasingly being recognized as a vehicle for expression, insight and change. The journal encourages broad and in-depth discussion of issues relating to research activities, theory, clinical practice, professional development and personal reflections.

The British Journal of Guidance and Counselling
The British Journal of Guidance and Counselling exists to communicate theoretical and practical writing of high quality in the guidance and counselling field. It is addressed to an international, interdisciplinary audience and welcomes submissions dealing with diverse theoretical orientations from practitioners and researchers from around the world. It is concerned to promote the following areas: the theory and practice of guidance and counseling, the provision of guidance and counselling services, training and professional issues. Theoretical and empirical studies relating to the practice of guidance and counselling are reported, drawing on a variety of disciplines, encompassing both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, and ranging in scope from large-scale surveys to individual case-studies. The journal also explores the links between various areas of guidance and counselling and their relationship to such cognate fields as education, psychotherapy and social work. In addition to regular papers, the journal features special articles under the headings 'A Personal View', 'Interview', 'In Practice' and 'Debate', along with book reviews and frequent Symposia focusing on areas of particular interest.

British Journal of Learning Disabilities
The British Journal of Learning Disabilities is an interdisciplinary international peer-reviewed journal which aims to be the leading journal in the learning disability field. It is the official Journal of the British Institute of Learning Disabilities. It encompasses contemporary debate/s and developments in research, policy and practice that are relevant to the field of learning disabilities. It publishes original refereed papers, regular special issues giving comprehensive coverage to specific subject areas, and especially comissioned keynote reviews on major topics. In addition there are reviews of books and training materials, and a letters section.

The focus of the journal is on practical issues, with current debates and research reports. Topics covered could include, but not be limited to:

  • Current trends in residential and day-care service
  • Inclusion, rehabilitation and quality of life
  • Education and training
  • Historical and inclusive pieces [particularly welcomed are those co-written with people with learning disabilities]
  • Therapies
  • Mental health issues
  • Employment and occupation
  • Recreation and leisure;
  • Ethical issues, advocacy and rights
  • Family and carers
  • Health issues
  • Adoption and fostering
  • Causation and management of specific syndromes
  • Staff training
  • New technology
  • Policy critique and impact

Its readership is wide comprising members from the British Institute of Learning Disabilities, as well as academics, family carers, practitioners, staff in health and social care organisations, as well as a wide range of others with a personal and professional interest in learning disability, and who wish to promote enriched lifestyles, as well as high quality services and support for adults and children with learning disabilities.

The British Journal of Learning Disabilities crosses all professional groups and all academic disciplines concerned with learning disability. The opinions expressed in articles, whether editorials or otherwise, do not necessarily represent the official view of the British Institute of Learning Disabilities and the Institute accepts no responsibility for the quality of goods or services advertised.

British Journal of Visual Impairments
The British Journal of Visual Impairment is for all professionals concerned with children and adults who have a visual impairment and is a forum for all views on related subjects. The editorial board welcomes articles of current interest on research, education, health, welfare, employment and technology. "The British Journal of Visual Impairment is a lively forum expressing current viewpoints, in an accessible form, on a variety of professional concerns. It is exceptional in that it encompasses a wide range of issues and perspectives related to visual impairment - some of these are special, some general, but all are significant." Linda Pring, Professor of Psychology, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK."The British Journal of Visual Impairment combines a high standard of academic excellence with clarity of presentation and practical relevance. It is a most important forum and source of new knowledge for researchers, teachers, and for people who are interested in acquiring and maintaining literacy and spatial mobility." Dr. Susanna Millar, University of Oxford, UK. The British Journal of Visual Impairment will provide a key platform for sharing knowledge between practitioners and researchers working in the field of visual impairment and blindness. It is vital that the impact of developments in diagnosis, assessment, treatment, management and policy is shared with and monitored by all working in this important arena." G. Morbey, Chief Executive, Sense Scotland.British Journal of Visual Impairment is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at

Clinical Rehabilitation
Clinical Rehabilitation is a multi-professional journal covering the whole field of disability and rehabilitation, publishing research and discussion articles which are scientifically sound, clinically relevant and sometimes provocative. The journal acts as a forum for the international dissemination and exchange of information amongst the large number of professionals involved in rehabilitation. The leading journal in its field, Clinical Rehabilitation combines clinical application of scientific results and theoretical aspects in an ideal form. It gives high priority to articles describing effectiveness of therapeutic interventions and the evaluation of new techniques and methods. Essential reading, Clinical Rehabilitation covers: -An ideal combination of theoretical aspects with clinical application; -An evidence based approach; -An evaluation of treatment procedures and description of new approaches; -Well-presented information is based on high quality research and discussion articles.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is a peer reviewed, multidisciplinary journal devoted to the application of behavioural and cognitive sciences to clinical psychology and psychotherapy. The journal publishes state-of-the-art scientific articles within: clinical and health psychology, psychopathology, behavioural medicine, assessment, treatment, theoretical issues pertinent to behavioural, cognitive and combined cognitive behavioural therapies. With the number of high quality contributions increasing, the journal has been able to maintain a rapid publication schedule, providing readers with the latest research in the field.

Cognitive Therapy and Research
Cognitive Therapy and Research is a broadly conceived interdisciplinary journal that stimulates and communicates research and theory on the role of cognitive processes in human adaptation and adjustment. Contributions integrate such diverse areas of psychology as clinical, cognitive, counseling, developmental, experimental, learning, personality, and social. The journal publishes xperimental studies; theoretical, review, technical, and methodological articles; case studies; and brief reports. The majority of publication space is devoted to experimental studies. For detailed information about the journal, including past and future tables of contents and complete submission guidelines, please visit:

Communication Disorders Quarterly
...presents cutting edge information on typical and atypical communication across the continuum--from oral language development to literacy. Articles include quantitative and qualitative research reports, a clinical forum that reports theoretical applications in clinical and educational settings, short tutorials to acquaint readers with specific topics or clinical procedures, and book and material reviews.

Development, Growth and Differentiation
Development Growth and Differentiation publishes original papers dealing with all aspects of developmental phenomena in all kinds of organisms, including plants and microorganisms. Papers in any of the following fields will be considered: developmental genetics, growth, differentiation, morphogenesis, cellular kinetics, fertilization, cell division, dormancy, germination, metamorphosis, regeneration and pathogenesis, at the molecular biological, biochemical, biophysical and analytically morphological levels. Reports on techniques applicable to the above fields are also considered. Occasional reviews on subjects selected by the Editors will be

Developmental Neurorehabilitation (Formerly Pediatric Rehabilitation)
DEVELOPMENTAL NUEROREHABILITATION aims to enhance recovery and rehabilitation in children with brain injury and neurological disorders. It focuses on a truly developmental perspective: the longitudinal consequences of neurological insult during childhood and the impact of such injury in later life. It covers childhood neurological disorders and treatment, encompassing factors of lifespan, neurological recovery and intervention at experimental, clinical and theoretical levels. In order to best serve clinicians and researchers, we seek to include an equal representation of basic and clinical research on development, recovery and rehabilitation. With a focus on translational research, we wish to actively pursue the interchange of ideas, and problems connecting basic and clinical scientists.

Disability and Impairment

Disability and Rehabilitation
Disability and Rehabilitation is an international, multidisciplinary journal which seeks to encourage a better understanding of all aspects of disability, and to promote the rehabilitation process. The journal publishes articles on rehabilitation in practice and rehabilitation engineering, spanning a range of issues including the severity and magnitude of disability, clinical medicine including gerontology, psychosocial adjustment, social policy issues, vocational and educational training, and rehabilitation engineering. Disability and Rehabilitation seeks to encourage a better understanding of all aspects of disablement and to promote the rehabilitation process. New submissions on any aspect of disability an rehabilitation are encouraged. Disability and Rehabilitation is an international interdisciplinary journal and particularly welcomes contributions from a wide range of professional groups, including medical practitioners, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, clinical psychologists and those involved in nursing, education, ergonomics, and engineering. Disability and Rehabilitation is organised into sections: Literature Reviews; Research Papers, Case Studies, Clinical Commentaries; reports on Rehabilitation in Practice, Rehabilitation Engineering, Correspondence; and major Book Reviews. Occasional Special Interests and specific sections on contemporary themes of interest to the Journal’s readership are published.

Disability and Rehabilitation will be of interest to a wide range of professional groups, including medical practitioners, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, clinical psychologists and those involved in nursing, education, ergonomics and engineering.
Submissions should be sent to:
Professor Dave Müller
Disability and Rehabilitation
University College Suffolk
Rope Walk
Ipswich 1P4 ILT, UK
Tel: + 44 1473 296521
Fax: + 44 1473 230054
Email: davemuller[at]suffolk[dot]ac[dot]uk

Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology
Disability and Rehabilitation publishes 24 issues a year and, in addition, a further 6 issues in a separate volume of Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. Disability and Rehabilitation and Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology are international, multi-disciplinary journals, which seek to encourage a better understanding of all aspects of disability and to promote the rehabilitation process. The Journal publishes Review Articles, Experimental and Clinical Research Papers, Case Studies, Clinical Commentaries, Reports on Rehabilitation in Practice and major Book Reviews. The Journal encourages submissions covering the widest range of topics on disability and rehabilitation, including the severity and magnitude of disability, clinical medicine, gerontology, psycho-social adjustment, social policy issues, vocational and educational training, studies on pain, broad rehabilitation medicine topics along with papers on assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering. Papers should be directed at a wide range of professional groups, including medical practitioners, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, clinical and rehabilitation psychologists and those professionals involved in nursing, education and ergonomics. Those involved in engineering and assistive technology now have an exclusive volume of Disability and Rehabilitation. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology is devoted specifically to the broad range of technological developments and related supports and issues which enhance the rehabilitation process. Cutting across the full range of topics published in Disability and Rehabilitation, the assistive technology papers are characterized by their inter-disciplinary base and varied methodologies. Disability and Rehabilitation and Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology are responsive to changing paradigms and perspectives within the broad field of disability and rehabilitation. Special Issues, devoted to key topics and edited by leading experts, are published on a regular basis. Collectively, the two volumes represent an important forum for the dissemination and exchange of ideas amongst global health practitioners and academics.

Disability and Society
Disability and Society is an international journal providing a focus for debate about such issues as human rights, discrimination, definitions, policy and practices. It appears against a background of change in the ways in which disability is viewed and responded to. Definitions of disability are more readily acknowledged to be relative; segregated approaches are seen as inadequate and unacceptable - placing greater emphasis on community care and inclusion. However, policy intentions may not have the desired effects on the realities of everyday practice and policy changes themselves may be merely cosmetic, or appropriate but unfounded. The Journal publishes articles that represent a wide range of perspectives including the importance of the voices of disabled people. As well as main articles there is a Current Issues section that is intended to give people the opportunity to write about things that concern them in a less formal and academic way. The pieces should be interesting, controversial or even polemical and may encourage others to respond. They do not need to meet the conventional academic criteria but they should not be personal attacks or libellous. The word limit is 2000. If you wish to submit, articles can be sent direct to Michele Moore, University of Sheffield, School of Education, 388 Glossop Road, Sheffield S10 2JA, UK or if you wish to discuss ideas for articles contact her direct on 0114 222 8132 E-mail: m[dot]p[dot]moore[at]sheffield[dot]ac[dot]uk. Book Reviews: Every edition of the journal contains up to four book reviews. These cover a wide range of issues on the social, political and cultural aspects of disability from a national and international perspective. The Book Reviews Editor, Sally French (E-Mail: sally[dot]french2[at]btopenworld[dot]com) welcomes suggestions both for books to be reviewed and suitable reviewers. Letters and Doctoral Theses : Special Issues The Journal also publishes Special Issues which address a chosen theme central to disability studies. The issues are open to submission of papers by any interested parties and they seek to include contributions from authors in a range of countries. All papers are refereed in line with the normal refereeing procedures of the Journal. The most recent Special Issue published in 2006 Vol. 21, No. 5 is on the theme: 'Lessons from History'. Future Special Issues, procedures and dates for submission, will be advertised at least 12 months in advance of the deadline. Peer Review Policy: All articles submitted to the journal undergo rigorous peer review. This involves anonymised refereeing by two anonymous referees and where there is a split decision by a third referee. The journal has an extensive editorial board of referees that have standing both nationally and internationally.

Early Development and Parenting
Infant and Child Development publishes empirical theoretical and methodological papers dealing with psychological development during infancy and childhood up to and including adolescence. Papers of an interdisciplinary nature are particularly encouraged. Areas covered by the journal include caregiver-child interaction cognitive development emotional development infant perception motor development parenting and development play and development precursors to language and language development and socialization. In addition to full-length papers the journal will publish research notes and book reviews. Each book review will be accompanied by a reaction from the author(s) or editor(s) of the book whenever possible. From time-to-time an issue will be devoted either to a special theme under the editorship of an invited expert or to a target article with accompanying commentaries. Anybody with plans to edit a special issue or submit a target article should contact one of the editors to discuss them. If you wish to review a particular book or monograph for the journal then you should contact the relevant book editor. The journal will not only be of interest to child and developmental psychologists but also to those working in child psychiatry and behavioural and social paediatrics.

Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties
The central intention of Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties (EBDs) is to contribute to readers' understanding of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, and also their knowledge of appropriate ways of preventing and responding to EBDs, in terms of intervention and policy. The journal aims to cater for a wide audience, in response to the diverse nature of the professionals who work with and for children with EBDs. This audience includes: Teachers in mainstream, non-mainstream and special schools/facilities. Social workers in residential and field settings. Professionals concerned with EBDs in medical and psychiatric settings. Educational and clinical psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists. Those concerned with the training and support of workers in the above groups, such as teacher and social work trainers, consultants and advisers. Researchers and academics concerned with the needs and interests of the above groups. Professionals from the above groups engaged in in-service training as part of their professional development, including those pursuing award bearing courses. Members of the Social, Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties Association (SEBDA) receive the journal as a benefit of membership, see the SEBDA website to learn of other benefits of membership. Peer Review Policy: All articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.

European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology
European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology hopes to be a meeting place for the written word in orthopaedic and trauma surgery.

Each edition includes original articles, clinical observations, general reviews, current opinions, book reviews, theses and national and/or European notices. Its main aim is to help disseminate knowledge from the Societies which have adopted it:

European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling
The European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling is a leading peer reviewed publication which aims to stimulate and inform debate and provide linkages throughout Europe and internationally within the expanding field of psychotherapy and counselling.

The journal raises important questions in terms of European and international practice, theory and research for psychotherapy and counselling practitioners, related professionals, students and academics. The focus of the journal includes the following areas: The contributions from and debates between different European theoretical approaches to psychotherapy and counselling (including psychoanalysis and counselling psychology), and their respective traditions of practice and research

The implications of individual and group psychotherapy and counselling for European therapists in public, private and voluntary settings.

Training and educational issues in European psychotherapy and counselling.
The interaction between the psychological and the physical and the status of these categories.

(A Bi-monthly Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities )

Eye Care
(Ophthalmic Yearly Journal)

Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities Coming March 2008!
practical educational and treatment suggestions for teachers, trainers, and parents of persons with autism or other pervasive developmental disabilities. FAODD offers original research reports, position papers reflecting diverse philosophical and theoretical positions, effective intervention procedures, descriptions of successful programs, and media reviews.

Gifted Child Quarterly
Gifted Child Quarterly (GCQ) is the premier scholarly journal of the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC). Since 1957, GCQ has published articles that offer research findings and new and creative insights about giftedness and talent development in the context of the school, the home, and the wider society.

GCQ publishes original scholarly reviews of literature as well as quantitative or qualitative research studies that explore the characteristics of gifted students, program models, curriculum and other areas of importance in understanding and maximizing the development and education of gifted students. The journal also publishes articles that explore policy and policy implications.

Hearing Aid Journal (Speech and Hearing Quarterly)

Hearing Journal
Established in 1947, The Hearing Journal is the leading trade journal in the hearing industry, reaching more than 22,000 hearing healthcare professionals. Each month, the Journal provides readers with accurate, timely, and practical information to help them in their practices. Read HJ to find out about the latest developments in patient care, technology, practice management, and professional issues. Popular monthly features include the Cover Story, Page Ten, Nuts & Bolts, HJ Report, and the Final Word.

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) (Formerly Mental Retardation) is among the top journals in special education and rehabilitation and is published by the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (Formerly AAMR). It is a journal of policy, practices, and perspectives for professionals and families interested in mental retardation and related developmental disabilities. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is dedicated to meeting the information needs of those who seek effective ways to help people with mental retardation. The journal reports new teaching approaches, program developments, administrative tools, program evaluation, service utilization studies, community surveys, public policy issues, training and case studies, and current research in mental retardation. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is a peer-reviewed journal whose consulting editors represent a broad spectrum of settings: universities, research centers, public and private residential care facilities, and specialized community service agencies.

International Journal of Disability, Development and Education
International Journal of Disability, Development and Education (IJDDE) is a multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal with an international focus. It provides a single source of information on the education and development of persons with disabilities. IJDDE aims to publish the very best research and review articles concerned with all aspects of education, human development, special education and rehabilitation. The content of IJDDE reflects a variety of topics, disciplines, research methods and cultural perspectives. Various orientations are represented, including education and special education, psychology, allied health, social work and psychiatry. Contributions from developed and developing countries ensure a truly international perspective. Published By: Routledge, Frequency: 4 issues per year, Print ISSN: 1034-912x, Online ISSN: 1465-346X. Price: Institutional (US$542.00, Individual (US$196)

International Journal on Disability and Human Development
The International Journal on Disability and Human Development is a peer-reviewed journal published by Freund Publishing House (London and Tel Aviv) aimed at the scientific community interested in the broad area of ability, disability and human development. The journal provides an international forum with a holistic approach to public health issues, health and medicine, health and social policy, service aspects, developmental aspects, epidemiology, rehabilitation, family and social issues, quality of life, genetics and all other aspects of human development over the whole age spectrum. The International Journal on Disability and Human Development covers all aspects of disability and human development in the form of review articles, original articles, case reports, short communications, letters to the editor and book reviews. Manuscripts will be reviewed from disciplines all over the world. The International Editorial Board is dedicated to producing a high quality scientific journal of interest to researchers and practitioners from many disciplines. Institutional Price US$280 (2007), Individual Price US$150 (2007). International Journal on Disability and Human Development (formerly Journal of Endocrine Genetics) is published four times a year by Freund Publishing House Ltd., P.O. Box 35010,

International Journal of Disability, Community and Rehabilitation
The International Journal of Disability, Community and Rehabilitation (IJDCR) publishes papers of research and critical analyses of issues at the intersection of isability, community and rehabilitation. It welcomes perspectives of a diverse range of contributors including those who have experienced disability, researchers from a wide variety of disciplines, professionals and policy makers.

This e-journal was preceded by the International Journal of Practical Approaches to Disability, published in print format for 24 years. The latter successfully experimented with co-editors in two countries -- Canada and Australia. In our move to an electronic format, the journal intentionally seeks to develop both regional editions, giving voice to regional issues and perspectives, and an international edition, seeking to provide an internationally comparative Perspective on issues. The Canadian regional edition, to a substantial degree, carries on the mandate of the Canadian Journal on Rehabilitation which was Published in print format until 1999.

International Journal of Rehabilitation and Health
International Journal of Rehabilitation and Health is the first journal to approach the science of rehabilitation from multidisciplinary perspectives. The journal focuses on key rehabilitation issues including advancements in neuropsychological rehabilitation and rehabilitation medicine. Original research on some of the most debilitating and universal health care problems includes: multiple sclerosis stroke traumatic brain injury vision Problems cardiac rehabilitation hearing impairment disability in children fractures in the elderly and exposure to toxic solvents.

International Journal of Rehabilitation Research
The International Journal of Rehabilitation Research is the official journal of the European Federation for Research in Rehabilitation. It is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary forum for the publication of research into disability and handicap experienced by people of all ages in both developed and developing societies. Areas of interest include rehabilitation programmes for persons with physical, sensory, mental and developmental disabilities; measurement of disability; special education and vocational rehabilitation; equipment, access and transportation; independent living; and consumer, legal, economic and sociopolitical aspects of disability and handicap.

International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (IJTR) is the leading multidisciplinary review journal for physiotherapists, OTs and all other allied health professionals. Launched in 1994, the journal contains the best clinical reviews, original articles and research reports available to practitioners, which are written by experts and peer-reviewed by some of the world's leading international authorities. Commentaries are published alongside each article to provide an alternative view on the topic under discussion, whether from the perspective of another country or from another profession, and to encourage further thought and analysis. The journal has a strong international focus. It is represented by an eminent international editorial board and articles are commissioned globally to enable the sharing of practices and innovations worldwide. IJTR is an essential choice for all therapists who want to further their professional development and increase their knowledge and skills in all areas of therapy and rehabilitation practice.

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science:
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (IOVS), published monthly in print and online, is an official journal of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), an international organization whose purposes are to encourage and assist research, training, publication, and dissemination of knowledge in vision and ophthalmology. Included are original contributions that emphasize clinical and laboratory hypothesis-based research with statistically good results that clearly advance the fields of ophthalmic and vision research. IOVS de-emphasizes purely descriptive research. Subjects cover the 13 sections represented by ARVO's membership. Short updates on notable new developments in important research areas are also published, but only by invitation. Summaries of meetings/symposia and general review articles are not considered.

Journal of Cognition and Development
The Journal of Cognition and Development is the official journal of the Cognitive Development Society (CDS). Some CDS members are concerned with basic research or theory; others focus on policy issues and practical applications. The range of interests includes cognitive development during all stages of life, and we seek to understand ontogenetic processes in both humans and nonhumans. Finally, their interests encompass typical as well as atypical development, and we attempt to characterize both biological and cultural influences on cognitive change and continuity. The relationship between the journal and the society is symbiotic in that the journal enhances the field of cognitive development by providing a prestigious forum for innovative research and theory. It publishes the very best articles on all aspects of cognitive development. In addition to empirical reports, it features theoretical essays (occasionally accompanied by peer commentaries), and essay reviews of new and significant books. Criteria for acceptance of submitted manuscripts including relevance of the work to issues of broad interest; substance of the argument (including methodological rigor and support for conclusions drawn); ingenuity of the ideas or approach; and quality of expression.

Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation
(Formerly Published as Cognitive Rehabilitation)

Journal of Communication Disorder
The Journal of Communication Disorders publishes original articles on topics related to disorders of speech, language and hearing. Authors are encouraged to submit reports of experimental or descriptive investigations, theoretical or tutorial papers, case reports, or brief communications to the editor. Special topic issues titled Clinics in Communication Disorders provide clinicians with essential information on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of communication disorders. Elsevier Inc. publishes the Journal of Communication Disorders and special issues of the journal published as Clinics in Communication Disorders. Elsevier Inc. is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology. This program is offered for CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional areas). The number of CEUs for each issue varies as a function of the size of the issue. ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.

Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal integrating and coordinating basic and applied research relating to individuals who are deaf, including cultural, developmental, linguistic, and educational topics. JDSDE addresses issues of current and future concern to allied fields, encouraging interdisciplinary discussion. The journal promises a forum that is timely, of high quality, and accessible to researchers, educators, and lay audiences. Instructions for contributors appear at the back of each issue. The journal consists of four issues per year, including occasional Special Issues.

Journal of Disability and Oral Health
The Journal of Disability and Oral Health is the official publication of the British Society for Disability and Oral Health and is published triannually by Stephen Hancocks Publishing. The Journal seeks to publish original work relating to all aspects relevant to the comprehensive oral care of people with disabilities. JDOH is an important mode of communication for all members of the dental team and other health professionals who have an interest in promoting the oral health of people with disabilities. JDOH is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and expertise in the area of special care dentistry and aims to give the reader:

Clinical and scientifically based papers, Practical management techniques, Case reports, Training information, The political scene, News and information on Special Care Dentistry

Journal of Disability Policy StudiesComing March 2008!
Addresses compelling variable issues in ethics, policy and law related to individuals with disabilities. Regular features include "From My Perspective," which discusses issues confronting a particular disability discipline or area, and "Point/Counterpoint" which addresses timely ethical issues affecting individuals with disabilities.

Journal of Fluency Disorder
Now recognized as the only publication devoted specifically to fluency, the Journal of Fluency Disorders provides comprehensive coverage of clinical, experimental, and theoretical aspects of stuttering, including the latest remediation techniques. As the official journal of the International Fluency Association, the journal features full-length research and clinical reports; methodological, theoretical and philosophical articles; reviews; short communications and much more – all readily accessible and tailored to the needs of the professional. Education Credits: The program objectives of the Journal of Fluency Disorders (JFD) include: (1) providing a forum for the acquisition of new knowledge; (2) providing up-to-date professional information; (3) and focusing ideas for improving delivery of clinical services. JFD is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology. This program is offered for 1.0 CEUs (intermediate level, professional area). ASHA CE Provider does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products or clinical procedures.
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd.

Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability
Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability (formerly the Australia and New Zealand Journal of Developmental Disabilities) is the official journal of the Australasian Society for the Study of Intellectual Disability (ASSID). JIDD is an international, multidisciplinary journal in the field of intellectual and developmental disability. The journal publishes original qualitative and quantitative research papers, literature reviews, conceptual articles, brief reports, case reports, data briefs, and opinions and perspectives. JIDD also publishes book reviews written at the invitation of the Book Review Editor.

Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability is of interest to researchers, academics and professionals concerned with people with disabilities and holds an important place in university, hospital, educational and service centre libraries.

Journal of Intellectual Disabilities
This journal provides a medium for the exchange of best practice, knowledge and research between academic and professional disciplines from education, social and health settings to bring about advancement of services for people with intellectual disabilities. "The Journal of Intellectual Disabilities provides evidence of inter-professional scholarship in this applied area. The Journal combines a unique and eclectic blend of evidence of scholarly activity that combines practice development innovation with robust research methodology. The result is a publication that aspires successfully to provide pragmatic solutions to service change and advances in professional practice, based upon best evidence and intellectual rigour . Furthermore, the Journal continues to provide a forum that makes a significant contribution to enhancing the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities and their supporters'. Professor David Sines, London South Bank University "Multi-disciplinary research in the field of learning disabilities is much needed but hard to realise. The Journal of Intellectual Disabilities plays a major role in making this a reality to the benefit of both practitioners and researchers." Professor Roy McConkey, University of Ulster

"The Journal of Intellectual Disabilities appears to provide genuine recognition of a multidisciplinary trend in professional practice and seeks to promote research and scholarly work to advance activities of the caring professions. It draws upon several academic disciplines although its focus is practice-oriented. It would appear to fill a market gap insofar as the other major journal in the area is strongly rooted in the discipline of psychology. Published articles are varied yet have in common a shared concern to enhance professional policies and practice." Professor Nigel Malin, University of Derby. The Journal of Intellectual Disabilities is now covered by MEDLINE!. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at SAGE Full-Text Collections. This journal is included in the Health Sciences: SAGE Full-Text Collection. Visit for more information.
Price: Individual:$83.00, Institutional: $821.00

Journal of Intellectual Disability Research
The Journal of Intellectual Disability Research is devoted exclusively to the scientific study of intellectual disability and publishes papers reporting original observations in this field. The subject matter is broad and includes, but is not restricted to, findings from biological, educational, genetic, medical, psychiatric, psychological and sociological studies, and ethical, philosophical, and legal contributions that increase knowledge on the treatment and prevention of intellectual disability and of associated impairments and disabilities, and/or inform public policy and practice. Expert reviews on themes in which recent research has produced notable advances will be included. Such reviews will normally be by invitation. Anyone expert in his/her particular field wishing to submit an uninvited review is advised to seek prior guidance from the Editor. The Journal also includes brief reports, occasional letters, and an 'Hypothesis' section. All papers are assessed by expert referees.

 Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation
The Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation is an international forum for the publication of peer-reviewed original papers on the rehabilitation of the disabled worker. The journal offers investigations of clinical and basic research; theoretical formulations; literature reviews; case studies; discussions of public policy issues and book reviews. Papers, both clinical and theoretical, derive from a broad array of fields: rehabilitation medicine, physical and occupational therapy, health psychology, orthopedics, neurology, and social work, ergonomics, biomedical and rehabilitation engineering, disability management, law and more. A single multidisciplinary source for information on work disability rehabilitation, the Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation helps to advance the scientific understanding, management, and prevention of work disability.

Journal of Rehabilitation Administration
J Rehabil Admin
Journal of Rehabilitation Administration currently does not have a website. This publication educates and informs individuals practicing, teaching, or conducting research in the fields of rehabilitation and management.

Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine
Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine is an international peer-review journal published in English, with 8 issues published per year. Original articles, reviews, case reports, short communications, special reports and letters to the editor are published, as also are editorials and book reviews. The journal strives to provide its readers with a variety of topics, including: functional assessment and intervention studies, clinical studies in various patient groups, methodology in physical and rehabilitation medicine, epidemiological studies on disabling conditions and reports on vocational and sociomedical aspects of rehabilitation. The journal is read by a wide group of healthcare professionals including specialists in rehabilitation medicine, neurology, clinical neurophysiology, general medicine, psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and social workers. Contributions from all parts of the world and from different professions in rehabilitation are welcome.

Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development
JRRD, the Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, has been a leading research journal for more than 40 years. Formerly the Bulletin of Prosthetics Research, JRRD debuted in 1983 to include cross-disciplinary findings in rehabilitation. JRRD, a scientifically indexed journal, publishes original research papers from U.S. and international researchers on all rehabilitation research disciplines. Currently, there are more than 1,000 peer-reviewed articles available online and free for downloading.

Journal of Religion in Disability & Rehabilitation
Journal of Religion in Disability & Rehabilitation currently does not have a website. A spiritually motivating journal to assist professionals working with people with disabilities and their families! The Journal of Religion, Disability & Health provides an interfaith, interdisciplinary forum that supports people with disabilities and their families through religious, spiritual, clinical, educational, and scientific perspectives. There is a growing awareness of the importance of spirituality and religion in health and human services. This journal addresses the critical ethical, moral, and spiritual issues raised by people with disabilities in health and rehabilitation services. This eye-opening reference allows people interested in the intersections of religion, disability, and health and human services to come together, meet, and learn.

This journal focuses on research, policies, and practices that unite re igious personnel with health care professionals and researchers to develop more holistic supports and inclusive communities for people with disabilities. The Journal of Religion, Disability & Health also supplies an equal place “at the table” for the voices of people with disabilities and their families as they encounter and address services and supports in the world of faith and health. This journal strives to explore the richness of religious and spiritual life in both persons dealing with issues of disability and health as well as those who love and support them. Articles include research, clinical and pastoral reflections, theory and theology, and other media for spirituality such as poetry, sermons, prayers, and stories.

The Journal of Religion, Disability & Health explores such issues as meeting the spiritual needs of people with learning disabilities, seminal Jewish attitudes toward people with disabilities, the local church as a network supporting adults with disabilities in the community, gender and the institutionalized disabled on faith and disability, breaking barriers through special education, perspectives on disability from Eastern religions and much more! The editors and writers for the Journal of Religion, Disability & Health believe that health and disability are not opposite conditions. Disabilities in one area may co-exist with substantial well-being in other areas of health. The journal interprets disability to include a variety of physical and mental limitations, including physical disability, intellectual disability (mental retardation), and mental illness. Most issues of the journal include exemplary examples from research, theory, practice, and personal pilgrimage.

Journal of Semantics
The Journal of Semantics publishes articles, notes, discussions, and book reviews in the area of academic research into the semantics of natural language. It is explicitly interdisciplinary, in that it aims at an integration of philosophical, psychological, and linguistic semantics as well as semantic work done in logic, artificial intelligence, and anthropology.

Contributions must be of good quality (to be judged by at least two referees) and must report original research relating to questions of comprehension and interpretation of sentences, texts, or discourse in natural language. The editors welcome not only papers that cross traditional discipline boundaries, but also more specialized contributions, provided they are accessible to and interesting for a general readership in the field of natural language semantics. Empirical relevance, sound theoretic foundation, and formal as well as methodological correctness by currently accepted academic standards are the central criteria of acceptance for publication. It is also required of contributions published in the Journal that they link up with currently relevant discussions in the field of natural language semantics

Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research
The Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research has been published under the current title since 1997. Its previous title was the Journal of Speech and Hearing Research (JSHR). JSHR and the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders were merged under the JSHR title in 1991. The archive on this site goes back to 1980 and includes content published under all three titles.The Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR) is published bimonthly (February, April, June, August, October, and December) and pertains broadly to studies of the processes and disorders of hearing, language, and speech and to the diagnosis and treatment of such disorders. Articles may take any of the following forms: reports of original research, including single-study experiments; theoretical, tutorial, or review pieces; research notes; and letters to the editor. Prior to 1989, ASHA published the Journal of Speech and Hearing Research and the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders. These titles were merged in 1989 under the Journal of Speech and Hearing Research title. Later, the word Language was added to more accurately reflect the areas of research in the discipline.

Journal of Spinal Disorders
The Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques features peer-reviewed original articles on diagnosis, management, and surgery for spinal problems. Topics include degenerative disorders, spinal trauma, diagnostic anesthetic blocks, meta static tumor spinal replacements, management of pain syndromes, and the use of imaging techniques in evaluating lumbar spine disorder. The journal also presents thoroughly documented case reports.;

Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
JVIB is the premier international, interdisciplinary journal of record on blindness and visual impairment that publishes scholarship and information and serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas, airing of controversies, and discussion of issues. JVIB is a monthly publication that includes research articles, as well as shorter pieces of interest to practitioners and extensive news coverage about the field of visual impairment.

Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
The Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation will provide a forum for discussion and dissemination of information about the major areas that constitute vocational rehabilitation. Periodically, there will be topics that are directed either to specific themes such as long term care or different disability groups such as those with psychiatric impairment. Often a guest editor who is an expert in the given area will provide leadership on a specific topic issue. However, all articles received directly or submitted for a special issue are welcome for peer review. The emphasis will be on publishing rehabilitation articles that have immediate application for helping rehabilitation counselors, psychologists and other professionals in providing direct services to people with disabilities. Original research articles, review articles, program descriptions, and case studies will be considered for publication. Ideas for special topical issues are welcomed as well.

The Journal of Whiplash and Related Disorders
Until now, there has been a distinct absence in the biomedical literature of a journal devoted to the publication of high quality articles in the field of whiplash research. Researchers, educators, students, and clinicians have had to go to many different journals in various disciplines to find papers relating to whiplash injuries and their sequelae, which has made it difficult to stay current with new developments in the field. In answer to this need, Haworth Medical Press is proud to present the first and only peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing the scientific study of the nature, prevalence, and treatment of whiplash and related disorders. The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders will focus on the newest treatment options for this widely misunderstood and frequently mistreated condition and will deliver up-to-date information on the subject, gathered from available literature and respected authorities in the field. The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders is multidisciplinary, examining the problem of whiplash injuries from all relevant perspectives, including: Clinical, Biomechanical, Engineering, Societal, Traffic safety. Our Editorial Board consists of some of the best known names in whiplash research from North America, Europe, and Asia. The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders will also help you keep informed of new developments in the field by serving as a clearinghouse for abstracts of recent worthwhile publications appearing in other journals. Our goal is to make the Journal the most valuable single resource available for researchers, practitioners and others who deal with this commonly encountered yet poorly understood form of traumatic injury.

Language and Cognitive Processes
Language and Cognitive Processes provides an international forum for the publication of theoretical and experimental research into the mental processes and representations involved in language use. The psychological study of language has attracted increasing research interest over the past three decades, and Language and Cognitive Processes provides a common focus for this enterprise. The journal is also interested in fostering the relationship between cognitive theoretical accounts of language and its neural bases, and for this reason will consider research on the cognitive neuroscience of language which is rooted in cognitive theory. The journal emphasises the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to the study of language. Apart from research in experimental and evelopmental psychology, Language and Cognitive Processes publishes work derived from linguistics, philosophy, cognitive neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience and computational modelling. Contributions are accepted in the form of experimental and observational studies, theoretical discussions, short notes and replies, and review articles.Peer Review Integrity: All published research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and refereeing by independent expert referees.

Language and Communication
This journal is unique in that it provides a forum devoted to the discussion of topics and issues in communication which is of interdisciplinary significance. It publishes contributions from researchers in all fields relevant to the study of verbal and non-verbal communication. The investigation of language and its communicational functions are treated as a concern shared in common by those working in anthropology, the arts, artificial intelligence, education, ethology, linguistics, physiology, philosophy, psychology and the social sciences.Emphasis is placed on the implications of current research for establishing common theoretical frameworks within which findings from different areas of study may be accommodated and interrelated. By focusing attention on the many ways in which language is integrated with other forms of communicational activity and interactional behaviour, it is intended to explore ways of developing a science of communication which is not restricted by existing disciplinary boundaries.

Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Review
The journal provides a focus for communication among neuroscientists, geneticists, neurodevelopmental pediatricians, and behavioral scientists interested in clinical or basic science research in aspects of brain development and function. The journal is an international forum for the exchange of novel and significant information on broad aspects of developmental disabilities. The journal offers timely publication of scientific reviews, as well as editorial commentaries and other items of general interest to its readers. As the field of developmental disabilities represents a multi-disciplinary research arena, the reviews, commentaries, and other editorial text must be written in clear, authoritative, yet accessible and jargon-free prose. The journal is intended for scientists and clinical practitioners in such areas as clinical, developmental, and rehabilitation psychology; developmental neurobiology; human, medical, and molecular genetics; molecular biology; neurology; pediatrics; pharmacology; physical medicine and rehabilitation; and psychiatry. Each issue is topic oriented. Future topics are listed in sufficient time to permit letters of inquiry about proposed articles. Although most articles are invited research reviews by leaders in the field, unsolicited proposals will be consi

Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis focuses on the aetiology and pathogenesis of demyelinating and inflammatory diseases of the central nervous system and on the application of such studies to scientifically based therapy.

A vital journal for your research in the areas including Clinical neurology, Myelin chemistry, Neuroimaging, Pathobiology of the blood/brain barrier, Glial pathobiology/myelin repair, Pathology, Epidemiology, Therapeutics, Genetics, Immunology, Virology, Psychology, Rehabilitation.

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation publishes human experimental and clinical research related to rehabilitation, recovery of function, and brain plasticity. The journal is aimed at clinicians who wish to inform their practice in the light of the latest scientific research; at researchers in Neurorehabilitation; and finally at researchers in cognitive neuroscience and related fields interested in the mechanisms of recovery and rehabilitation. Papers on neuropsychological assessment will be considered, and special topic reviews (2500-5000 words) addressing specific key questions in rehabilitation, recovery and brain plasticity will also be welcomed. The latter will enter a fast-track refereeing process. The Research Digest, edited by Jonathan J. Evans, Andrew Bateman, Gary Turner and Robin Green, is a regular feature in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. The digest editors regularly scan a wide range of journals and other publications for material of particular interest to those working in rehabilitation. This section will be an invaluable resource providing both bibliographic references and informal comment and discussion.

Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair
Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair offers neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, rehabilitation nurses, discharge planners, social workers, basic scientists working in neural regeneration and plasticity, and physical, occupational, and speech therapists innovative and reliable reports relevant to functional recovery from neural injury and long term neurologic care. The journal's unique focus is evidence-based basic and clinical practice and research. NNR deals with the management and fundamental mechanisms of functional recovery from conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, traumatic and acquired brain injuries and related secondary conditions, spinal cord injuries, and peripheral nerve injuries. Some of the key topics covered in recent issues include cortical remodeling after stroke, traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury studied by transcranial magnetic stimulation and functional magnetic resonance imaging, mechanisms of sprouting and regeneration, development of cell lines for transplantation and trophic factor replacement strategies to promote functional recovery in human patients, multidisciplinary management of neurologic disease, bioengineering and assistive devices used in the management of neurologic impairment or pain syndromes, pharmacological management of multiple sclerosis, pharmacology of motor recovery, cognitive rehabilitation, and design of randomized multicenter trials in neurorehabilitation. The journal carries articles designed to appeal to a variety of audiences: clinical practice, research, brief communications, case reports, reviews, and media reviews.

Physical Therapy Journal
Founded in 1921, Physical Therapy is the official publication of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and is an international, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal. Physical Therapy serves APTA members, other health care professionals, and patients/clients by (1) documenting basic and applied knowledge related to physical therapy, (2) providing evidence to guide clinical decision making, and (3) publishing a variety of research that is relevant to the field and diverse opinions that are based in scholarly arguments. Physical Therapy, like the profession it serves, strives to enhance the function, health, and well-being of all members of society.

Readers are invited to submit manuscripts to Physical Therapy. The Journal’s content—including editorials, commentaries, letters, and book reviews—represents the opinions of the authors and should not be attributed to the Journal, its editors, or its Editorial Board. Content does not reflect the official policy of APTA or the institution with which the author is affiliated, unless expressly stated. PTJ Online: Physical Therapy's (PTJ) Web site posts articles published ahead of print and rapid reader responses to articles. Articles, letters to the editor, and editorials are available in full-text starting with

Prevention and Treatment
This is a peer-reviewed, rapid publication, electronic journal. Prevention & Treatment ceased publication at the end of 2003.
&Treatment are available in the PsycARTICLES database.

Psychological Assessment
Psychological Assessment is concerned mainly with empirical research on measurement and evaluation relevant to the broad field of clinical psychology. Submissions are welcome in the areas of assessment processes and methods. Included are clinical judgment and the application of decision-making models; paradigms derived from basic psychological research in cognition, personality–social psychology, and biological psychology; and development, validation, and application of assessment instruments, observational methods, and interviews. The focus of the journal is the diagnosis and evaluation of psychological characteristics or processes and assessment of the effectiveness of interventions. Assessment of personality, psychopathological symptoms, cognitive and neuropsychological processes, and interpersonal behavior are all relevant. Methodological, theoretical, and review articles addressing clinical assessment processes and methods will also be considered. Case studies will be considered if they make unique contributions to clinical psychological assessment. Papers that focus on measurement theory and methods will be considered if specifically focused on issues in clinical assessment.

Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Coming January 2008!
features articles important to rehabilitation counseling practitioners in counseling, education, or research settings. Each issue includes original empirical research, theoretical essays, comprehensive literature reviews, intensive case studies, research critiques, and media reviews. Institutional: $141.00.

Rehabilitation Psychology
Rehabilitation Psychology is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles in furtherance of the mission of Division 22 (Rehabilitation Psychology) of the American Psychological Association and to advance the science and practice of rehabilitation psychology. Rehabilitation psychologists consider the entire network of biological, psychological, social, environmental, and political factors that affect the functioning of persons with disabilities or chronic illness. Given the breadth of rehabilitation psychology, the journal's scope is broadly defined. Suitable submissions include papers describing experimental investigations, survey research, evaluations of specific interventions, outcome studies, historical perspectives, relevant public policy issues, conceptual/theoretical formulations with implications for clinical practice, reviews of empirical research, detailed case studies, and professional issues. Papers will be evaluated for their importance to the field, scientific rigor, novelty, suitability for the journal, and clarity of writing. The primary determinant of editorial decisions is whether the paper enlarges both the understanding of important psychological problems in rehabilitation and the capacity to offer effective assistance in ameliorating those problems.

Rehab Journal
Formerly Journal of Rehabilitation in Asia

Saudi Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation
The Saudi Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation (SJDR), published periodically, is an international refereed scientific publication in the field of disability rehabilitation. The Editor-in-Chief welcomes submission of manuscripts (MS) in the fields of Prosthetics, Orthotics, Spinal Cord Injuries, and related Neurological Disorders, Sensory and Cognitive Aids, Gerontology, and related Rehabilitative Engineering, Interventions and Programmes. The Editorial Board will consider leading, original and review articles for publication, as well as case reports, innovative methods and procedures, book reviews, and letters to the editors.

Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research
Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research is an international peer-reviewed journal aiming to disseminate leading social research on disability.

The journal's defining characteristic is a focus on the relation between persons with disabilities and their environments, it is multi-disciplinary in scope incorporating research from a variety of perspectives including Educational, Sociological, Socio-psychological, Historical, Legal, Economical, Socio-medical. The journal was established by the Nordic Network on Disability Research , an association that has as one of its objectives to facilitate the sharing and dissemination of social research on disability in the five Nordic countries. An important ambition is to encourage researchers from all countries to submit articles for publication, as well as to be a source of information about what is going on in social research internationally. This policy is reflected in the panel of consulting editors from several different countries. The journal recognises that a wide range of methodological and theoretical points of departure can be significant contributions, and as such welcomes both empirical and theoretical articles, as well as a wide range of methodological approaches. Methodological innovations and research reviews are also welcome. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research will be of interest to policy-makers, disability activists, academicians and practitioners in the human service fields.

Scandinavian Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine
13 Issues are electronically available on the web site at following URL

Sexuality and Disability
Sexuality and Disability provides original scholarly articles addressing the psychological and medical aspects of sexuality in relation to rehabilitation. Publishing up-to-date articles, case studies, clinical practice reports, and research and survey data reports, this international quarterly offers you the latest developments in the areas of sexuality as it relates to a wide range of disabilities. Contributions address: consumer issues; clinical and research progress; community programs; independent living programs; guidelines for clinical practice; contemporary developments in special programs in sex education and counseling for people with disabilities. The journal features special issues with internationally renowned guest editors focusing on current topics in sexual health. Sexuality and Disability is an essential resource for the exchange of new knowledge, techniques, and available modalities for rehabilitation professionals, patients, and staff members of community and independent living programs.

Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences
(A Journal of the UGC on Inter-University Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences) Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences is published twice a year (June and December). One issue each year carries articles focusing on particular theme. The second issue brings together contributions by scholars in humanities and social sciences and reflects recent trends in research in wide range of subjects.

Technology and Disability
Technology and Disability communicates knowledge about the field of assistive technology devices and services, within the context of the lives of end users - persons with disabilities and their family members. While the topics are technical in nature, the articles are written for broad comprehension despite the reader's education or training. Technology and Disability's contents cover research and development efforts, education and training programs, service and policy activities and consumer experiences. - The term Technology refers to assistive devices and services. - The term Disability refers to both permanent and temporary functional limitations experienced by people of any age within any circumstance. - The term and underscores the editorial commitment to seek for articles which see technology linked to disability as a means to support or compensate the person in daily functioning. The Editor also attempts to link the themes of technology and disability through the selection of appropriate basic and applied research papers, review articles, case studies, programme descriptions, letters to the Editor and commentaries. Suggestions for thematic issues and proposed manuscripts are welcomed.

A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation publishes high quality peer-reviewed manuscripts covering the entire scope of interdisciplinary and international work practice. The journal's subtitle has been deliberately laid out: Our first goal is the prevention of illness, injury and disability. When this goal is not achievable, we focus our attention on assessment to design client-centered intervention, rehabilitation, treatment, or controls that use evidence-based practice (EBP). WORK occasionally publishes thematic issues, but in general, issues cover a wide range of topics from ergonomics with children, youth and students to an aging work force. The Editor and her Editorial Board will especially encourage the publication of research studies and clinical practice, as well as case study reports and Sounding Board commentaries. With an internationally renowned Editorial Board, WORK will maintain high standards in the evaluation and publication of manuscripts. All manuscripts will be reviewed expeditiously and published in a timely manner.