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Volume 13, Issue 1 (1984)

Editor's Comments

pp. 5—6

Readers of the School Psychology Review know that we publish three theme issues per year and one issue of general interest. By publishing theme related content, a series of important topics of interest and relevance to school psychologists and their practice can be covered in considerable depth. It has been editorial policy that each theme issue of the Review include at least one, possibly more, articles on non-theme content. In this manner, we attempt to meet the needs of our readers for an in-depth coverage of some important topic as well as provide an outlet for articles of general interest. The publication of one entire issue devoted to unsolicited articles reflects the continuing desire of the editorial board to serve as an outlet for content which otherwise might not appear in theme issues.

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