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Frequently Asked Questions - Communiqué, School Psychology Review, and School Psychology Forum

When are the journals published?

What do I do if I didn’t receive my Communiqué or School Psychology Review?

Can I be removed from the Communiqué and School Psychology Review mailing list?

How do I submit an article to Communiqué, School Psychology Review or School Psychology Forum?

When are the journals published?

Communiqué—offering comprehensive news, reviews and articles in the profession—is published eight times per year, in the following months: September, October, November, December, February, March, May, and June.

The School Psychology Review—offering insights into research, practice and the link between them—is published quarterly, in September, December, March, and June.

The School Psychology Forum—an online journal translating scholarly advances into practice—is published twice a year, in May and November.

What do I do if I didn’t receive my Communiqué or School Psychology Review?

To obtain a copy  of an issue that you have missed, please contact us at membership@naspweb.org, (866) 331-NASP, (301) 657-0270, or NASP, Membership Department, 4340 East West Highway, Suite 402, Bethesda, MD 20814. To ensure that you receive future issues, please log in, click “View My Account,” and update your mailing address in our records. Members can also access Communiqué and School Psychology Review online.

Can I be removed from the Communiqué and School Psychology Review mailing list?

Members have the option of removing yourself from the Communiqué and School Psychology Review mailing lists. Simply log in and click on “View My Account” at the top right corner of the page. Scroll down and click the “Edit” button. You will see a link for “managing your e-mail and print subscriptions.”

How do I submit an article to Communiqué, School Psychology Review or School Psychology Forum?

Submissions to the NASP periodicals are welcome. Manuscripts should not be submitted to the publications concurrently. Please review the submission guidelines for Communiqué, School Psychology Review and School Psychology Forum to better understand the requirements of each publication.