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Journal of Early Intervention


eISSN: 21543992 | ISSN: 10538151 | Current volume: 46 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly

The Journal of Early Intervention (JEI) offers articles related to research and practice in early intervention for infants and young children with special needs and their families. Early intervention is broadly defined as procedures that facilitate the development of infants and young children who have special needs or who are at risk for developmental disabilities. Key features include research reports, scholarly reviews, policy analyses, research methods, and conceptual papers.

Journal of Early Intervention is available online through the SAGE Journals Platform at journals.sagepub.com/home/jei.


 

The Journal of Early Intervention (JEI) publishes articles related to research and practice in early intervention for infants and young children with special needs and their families. Early intervention is defined broadly as procedures that facilitate the development of infants and young children who have special needs or who are at risk for developmental disabilities. The childhood years in which early intervention might occur begin at birth, or before birth for some prevention programs, and extend through the years in which children traditionally begin elementary school.

Authors are strongly encouraged to submit the following types of manuscripts to JEI: (a) research reports that have clear relevance for early intervention practices, (b) scholarly reviews that have implications for practice, (c) policy analyses that contain implications for the practice of early intervention, and (d) conceptual papers. Of particular interest are manuscripts that address issues in early intervention for infants and young children and their families who are members of minority or culturally diverse groups and reports of early intervention research and practice in other countries.

Co-Editors
Brian A. Boyd University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Brian Reichow University of Connecticut, USA
Managing Editor
James D. Lee University of Washington, USA
Associate Editors
Erin Barton Vanderbilt University, USA
Catherine Corr University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
Doré LaForett Child Trends and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Hedda Meadan University of Illinois, USA
Kristen N. Missall University of Washington, USA
Lindee J. Morgan Emory University, USA
Beth Rous University of Kentucky
Elizabeth Steed University of Colorado Denver, USA
Dale Walker University of Kansas, USA
Editorial Board
Harriet Able University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
Yusuf Akemoglu The University of Alabama, USA
Kathleen Artman Meeker University of Washington, USA
Sally Atkins-Burnett Mathematica Policy Research, USA
Kathleen Baggett Georgia State University
Stefano Bagnato University of Pittsburgh, USA
Bethany Bell University of Virginia, USA
Crystal Bishop University of Florida, USA
Patricia M. Blasco Oregon Health & Science University, USA
William H. Brown University of South Carolina, USA
Mary Beth Bruder University of Connecticut, USA
Deborah Bruns Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Virginia Buysse American Institutes for Research, USA
Jay Buzhardt University of Kansas, Juniper Gardens Research Center, USA
Judith Carta University of Kansas, USA
Lynette Chandler Northern Illinois University, USA
Gregory A. Cheatham University of Kansas, USA
Maureen Conroy University of Florida, USA
Christan Grygas Coogle George Mason University, USA
Vivian Correa University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA
Karen Diamond Purdue University, USA
Glen Dunlap University of Nevada, USA
Lillian Duran University of Oregon, USA
Nicole Edwards Rowan University, USA
Angel Fettig University of Washington, USA
Kandace Fleming University of Kansas, USA
Veronica P. Fleury Florida State University, USA
Lise Fox University of South Florida, USA
Howard Goldstein University of South Florida, USA
Heather Googe University of South Carolina, USA
Charles Greenwood University of Kansas, USA
Fred Greer University of South Carolina, USA
Jennifer Grisham-Brown University of Kentucky, USA
Laura Hall San Diego State University, USA
James W. Halle University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Mary Louise Hemmeter Vanderbilt University, USA
Nicole Hendrix Emory University, USA
Robin Hojnoski Lehigh University, USA
Eva Horn University of Kansas, USA
Mark Innocenti Utah State University, USA
Iheoma Iruka University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Dwight Irvin University of Florida, USA
Lee Ann Jung Lead Inclusion
Louise A. Kaczmarek University of Pittsburg, USA
Ann Kaiser Vanderbilt University, USA
Herman Knopf University of Florida, USA
Justin Lane University of Kentucky, USA
Karen LaParo University of North Carolina-Greensboro, USA
Ann Larson University of Minnesota, USA
Anne Larson University of Minnesota, USA
Jennifer Ledford Vanderbilt University, USA
Rebecca G. Lieberman-Betz University of Georgia, USA
Karin Lifter Northeastern University, USA
Hailey Love University of Wisconsin -Madison, USA
Bonnie McBride University of Oklahoma, USA
Scott McConnell University of Minnesota, USA
Laura McCorkle University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA
Debra McKeown Texas A&M University, USA
Tara Way McLaughlin Massey University, USA
Mary McLean University of Florida, USA
Robin McWilliam The University of Alabama, USA
Ann Mickelson University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Alicia Mrachko Bowling Green State University, USA
Courtney O'Grady The University of Alabama, USA
Samuel L. Odom University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Michaelene M. Ostrosky University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Jamie Pearson North Carolina State University, USA
Carla A. Peterson Iowa State University, USA
Salih Rakap Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey
Amy Reschly University of Georgia, USA
Mollie Romano Florida State University, USA
Cordelia Rosenberg University of Colorado School of Medicine, USA
Nancy Rosenberg University of Washington, USA
Susan Sandall University of Washington, USA
Rosa Santos University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Hannah Schertz Indiana University, USA
Ilene Schwartz University of Washington, USA
M'Lisa Shelden Western Carolina Center, USA
Stephanie Shire University of Oregon, USA
John Sideris University of Southern California, USA
Michael Siller Emory University, USA
Patricia A. Snyder University of Florida, USA
Scott Snyder University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Jane K. Squires University of Oregon, USA
Aubyn C. Stahmer University of California-Davis MIND Institute, USA
Tina Stanton-Chapman University of Cincinnati, USA
Vicki D. Stayton Western Kentucky University, USA
Sloan Storie University of Cincinnati, USA
Phil Strain University of Colorado at Denver, USA
Sarintha Buras Stricklin Innovations in Education, LLC, USA
Jessica Suhrheinrich San Diego State University, USA
Yasemin Turan San Diego State University, USA
Giacomo Vivanti Drexel University, USA
Linn Wakeford University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Steven Warren University of Kansas, USA
M. Jeanne Wilcox Arizona State University, USA
Amanda Williford University of Virginia
Michael Willoughby RTI International, USA
Katie Wolfe University of South Carolina, USA
Juliann Woods Florida State University, USA
Paul Yoder Vanderbilt University, USA
SeonYeong Yu University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
Kathleen Zimmerman University of Kansas, USA
Methodological Consultants
Kandace Fleming University of Kansas, USA
Jennifer Ledford Vanderbilt University, USA
Joan Lieber University of Maryland
John Sideris University of Southern California, USA
John Sideris University of Southern California, USA
Division for Early Childhood Executive Board
Serra Acar Vice President
Shameka Brown Family Member at Large
Jennifer Francois Secretary
Karen Young Lewis Family Member at Large
Megan Purcell Past President
LaShorage Shaffer President Elect
Jenna Weglarz-Ward President
Hsiu-Wen Yang Treasurer
Victor James Young Member-at-Large
Division for Early Childhood Executive Office
Peggy Kemp Executive Director
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