Academic journal article School Psychology Review

Annual School Psychology Review Awards for 2002

Academic journal article School Psychology Review

Annual School Psychology Review Awards for 2002

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Two annual awards for School Psychology Review were presented during the Editorial Advisory Board meeting at the NASP Convention in Toronto. The Outstanding Article for 2002 was based on the following criteria: contribution of the article to research in school psychology; contribution of the article to practice in school psychology; interest of the article to the readership of School Psychology Review; and overall contribution of the article to advancing the profession of school psychology. The award was given to Rebecca P. Ang and Jan N. Hughes for their article, "Differential Benefits of Skills Training with Antisocial Youth Based on Group Composition: A Meta-Analytic Investigation," which appeared in School Psychology Review, Volume 31, Number 2.

The annual "Editorial Appreciation Award" also was presented at the NASP Convention. The Associate Editors and Editor selected the award winners from among Editorial Advisory Board members, based on the board members' overall contributions to the editorial process of the journal and the technical quality, constructiveness, and tone of their reviews of manuscripts. This year awards were given to two Editorial Advisory Board members: Ronald T. Brown and George H. Noell.

Accepted Manuscripts for Forthcoming Issues

Asmus, J. M., Franzese, J. …

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