Call for Papers: Upcoming Theme Issues
School Psychology Forum now has a call for papers for several upcoming theme issues. There are openings for papers in all theme issues. School Psychology Forum will continue to have space for and strongly encourage general submissions. Should you have any questions about the appropriateness of an article for a theme issue, to propose or suggest a theme issue, or any other questions; then please contact the editor.
Nonsuicidal self injury
Edited by Robert Nock and Nancy Heath
Scheduled for Fall 2013
LGBT and Gender Identity
Edited by Ada Dragowski and Paul McCabe
Scheduled for Spring 2014
Neuropsychology in schools
Invited commentaries intended to advance neuropsychology in the schools
Scheduled for Summer 2014
The following theme issues would welcome contributions
Providing educational and psychological services for foster care
and adopted students.
This is a broad category that includes research and novel interventions for counseling and academic issues for international adoptees, students in the foster care system, and specific issues for children who were adopted.
Guest Editor: Professor Anna Jankowska
Deadline: March, 15th, 2013
Technology and school psychology.
This issue will contain innovations and research in the use of technology in school psychology and education, in general. Examples include the value of computer-based test scoring, using social medial in the practice of school psychology, approaches to intervening with cyber-bullying, and using technology for distance learning.
Guest Editor: Dr. Dan Florell
Deadline: May 20th, 2013