As research in the field of attention grows, so does your need to keep up with the latest developments. What better source than Journal of Attention Disorders, the only journal devoted exclusively to research and clinical issues related to attention?
Journal of Attention Disorders provides an objective and widely diverse cross section of studies written by leaders in the field of attention. Included are articles on
- Neuropsychological functioning
- Classroom management strategies
- Parent training
- Behavioral assessment
- Family therapy
- And other areas relevant to attention problems in children, adolescents, and youth
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Focuses on basic and applied research and clinical issues related to attention in children, adolescents, and adults. Included are articles on diagnosis, comorbidity, neuropsychological functioning, psychopharamacology, and classroom management strategies.
|Sam Goldstein PhD||University of Utah School of Medicine and School of Nursing|
|Joseph Biederman||Harvard Medical School, USA|
|Luis Augusto Rohde||Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil|
|Mark A. Stein||University of Washington, USA|
|Keith Conners||Founding (In Memorium)|
|Stephen V. Faraone||SUNY Upstate Medical University, USA|
|Ann Abramowitz||Emory University, USA|
|Carla Allan||University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Medicine, US|
|Kevin M. Antshel, Ph.D.||SUNY-Upstate Medical University, USA|
|Anne Arnett||University of Washington, USA|
|Lindsay Ayearst||Multi Health Systems Inc., Canada|
|Stephen P. Becker, MA||Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, USA|
|Jake Behrens||ADHD Clinic, Milwaukee, WI, US|
|Eva Billstedt||University of Gothenburg, Sweden|
|Ronald T. Brown||Wayne State University, USA|
|Thomas E. Brown||Yale University, School of Medicine|
|Betsy Busch||Tufts University School of Medicine, USA|
|Will Canu||Smith Wright Hall, US|
|F. Xavier Castellanos||New York University School of Medicine, USA|
|Anil Chacko||New York University, US|
|Ann Childress||Center for Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Inc., Las Vegas, NV|
|Andrea Chronis-Tuscano||University of Maryland, US|
|David Coghill||University of Dundee, Ireland|
|Mara Lucia Cordeiro||UCLA School of Medicine, USA|
|Daniel J. Cox||University of Virginia Health System, USA|
|George DuPaul||Lehigh University, USA|
|William O. Dwyer||The University of Memphis, USA|
|Ricardo Eiraldi||The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia|
|Glen R. Elliott||Children's Health Council, USA|
|Jeff Epstein||University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, USA|
|Steven W. Evans||James Madison University, USA|
|John M. Froiland||University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, USA|
|David W. Goodman||Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, USA|
|Natalie Grizenko||Douglas Institute, Canada|
|Cynthia M. Hartung||University of Wyoming, USA|
|John Heiligenstein||Eli Lilly and Company|
|Jonathan L. Hess||SUNY Upstate Medical University, USA|
|Benjamin D. Hill||University of South Alabama, USA|
|Betsy Hoza||University of Vermont, USA|
|Gagan Joshi||Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA|
|Jeffrey S. Katz||Clinical Associates of Tidewater, Virginia Beach, USA|
|Martin A. Katzman||Clinic for the Mood and Anxiety Disorders|
|Laura E. Knouse||University of Richmond, US|
|Beth Krone||Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY, US|
|William G. Kronenberger||Indiana University School of Medicine, USA|
|Joshua M. Langberg||Virginia Commonwealth University, USA|
|Florence Levy||Prince of Wales Children's Hospital, Australia|
|Sandra Loo||UCLA Neuropsychiatric Research Institute|
|Greg Mattingly||Group St Louis, MO Washington University School of Medicine, President, Midwest Research|
|Keith McBurnett||University of California, San Francisco, USA|
|Michael Meinzer||University of Illinois at Chicago|
|Amori Yee Mikami||The University of British Columbia, Canada|
|Brooke S. G. Molina||University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, USA|
|Luis Guillermo Almeida Montes||Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Servicios de Salud del Estado de Querétaro, Mexico|
|Matthew J. Gormley||University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA|
|Jeffrey H. Newcorn||Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA|
|Jill M. Norvilitis||Buffalo State College, NY|
|Anne O'Hare||University of Edinburgh, UK|
|Rick Ostrander||Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutions|
|James D. A. Parker||Trent University, Canada|
|Steve R. Pliszka||University of Texas in San Antonio|
|J. Russell Ramsay||University of Pennsylvania, USA|
|Cecil Reynolds||Texas A&M University, USA|
|Luis Augusto Rohde||Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil|
|L. Todd Rose||Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, USA|
|Bradley M. Rosenfield||Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, US|
|Tony Rostain||University of Pennsylvania Health System, USA|
|Julia Rucklidge||University of Canterbury, New Zealand|
|Julie Schweitzer||University of California Davis School of Medicine, US|
|Salih Selek||University of Texas, Health Science Center at Houston|
|Bengi Semeci||Yeditepe University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey|
|Margaret Semrud-Clikeman||University of Texas at Austin|
|Karen E. Seymour||Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, US|
|Keri Shiels Rosch||Kennedy Krieger Institute, US|
|Elizabeth Short||Case Western Reserve University, USA|
|Mary V. Solanto||The Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA|
|Elizabeth Sparrow||Sparrow Neuropsychology|
|Hans-Christoph Steinhausen||Psychiatric University Clinic Zurich, Zurich|
|Ali Talaei||Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran|
|David Teplin||Private Practice, Toronto, Canada|
|Mai Uchida||Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA|
|Robert J. Volpe||Northeastern University, Vermont, USA|
|Roberta Waite||College of Nursing and Health Professions|
|Jeanette Wasserstein||Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology|
|Margaret Weiss||University of British Columbia, Canada|
|Lisa Weyandt||University of Rhode Island, USA|
|Sharon B. Wigal||University of California, Irvine|
|Timothy Wigal||University of California, Irvine|
|Timothy Wilens||Harvard Medical School, USA|
|Janet Wozniak||Harvard Medical School, USA|
|Susan Young||Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK|
Journal of Attention Disorders (JAD) focuses on basic and applied science concerning attention and related functions in children, adolescents, and adults. JAD publishes articles including, but not limited to, diagnosis, comorbidity,neuropsychological functioning, psychopharmacology, and psychosocial issues. The journal welcomes manuscripts addressing timely, notable topics in practice, policy, and theory, as well as review articles, commentaries, in-depth analyses, empirical research articles, and case presentations or program evaluations that illustrate theoretical issues or new phenomena.
Style for all submissions must follow that of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Submission to the journal implies that the manuscript has not been published elsewhere and is not in consideration by any other journal. Submission to the Applied Research section should be no more than 30 double-spaced pages, including an abstract of 150 words or less using a sectional guideline (Objective, Method, Results, and Conclusion), a brief biographical statement for each contributing author, endnotes, references, tables, and figures, all on separate pages. Author names and affiliations should appear on a separate cover page and the manuscript should be formatted for anonymous review.
Journal of Attention Disorders only accepts submissions electronically. Electronic submissions should be sent to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jad. Submissions must be in Microsoft Word. Please ensure that tables are editable files in Word or Excel, not images. Artwork should have a resolution of 300 dpi or higher. Images are best submitted separately from the text document. Please do not embed images into your file, as embedding raster image files (photographs) in Word or similar programs automatically reduces the resolution below what is needed for quality print publication.
As part of our commitment to ensuring an ethical, transparent and fair peer review process SAGE is a supporting member of ORCID, the Open Researcher and Contributor ID. ORCID provides a unique and persistent digital identifier that distinguishes researchers from every other researcher, even those who share the same name, and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between researchers and their professional activities, ensuring that their work is recognized.
The collection of ORCID iDs from corresponding authors is now part of the submission process of this journal. If you already have an ORCID iD you will be asked to associate that to your submission during the online submission process. We also strongly encourage all co-authors to link their ORCID ID to their accounts in our online peer review platforms. It takes seconds to do: click the link when prompted, sign into your ORCID account and our systems are automatically updated. Your ORCID iD will become part of your accepted publication’s metadata, making your work attributable to you and only you. Your ORCID iD is published with your article so that fellow researchers reading your work can link to your ORCID profile and from there link to your other publications.
JAD features applied research. JAD additionally publishes unsolicited articles in three other sections: Research Into Practice, Research Briefs, and Literature Reviews. The first, Research Into Practice, should focus on well-developed areas of research with an emphasis on application and evaluation of practice. Specifically, the goal of these submissions is to illustrate how relevant conceptual and empirical principles can be implemented in evaluating and practice. Manuscripts should present theoretically sound and empirically documented principles and illustrate how these have been synthesized into practiced and proven interventions.
The journal is also interested in publishing articles in a Research Briefs section promoting the dissemination of new, novel, or otherwise important research information in a format that does not require extensive journal space. Research briefs should be substantially shorter than general articles: no longer than 15 pages, including tables, figures, and references. When submitting a manuscript for consideration as a research brief, the author should so stipulate and agree not to publish a more comprehensive version of the article in another source. Finally, the journal is interested in publishing literature reviews. These reviews should be no more than 50 double-spaced pages. Authors considering writing a literature review should consider contacting the editor before submission. JAD will also publish relevant letters describing interesting cases of developments in the field relative to clinical practice.
The journal also welcomes Letters to the Editor of no more than 300 words. Letters will be published at the editor’s discretion. Opinion essays on relevant topics in ADHD are published by invitation only.
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