Academic journal article The Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis

Editorial Note

Academic journal article The Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis

Editorial Note

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JSLP-ABA seeks to further the science of speech-language pathology (SLP) and applied behavior analysis (ABA). All articles published in JSPL-ABA are selected through a blind, peer-review process. Neither the reviewers nor the senior editorial staff found any inaccurate statements in Schoneberger's (2006) paper. These reviewers found Schoneberger's analysis to be on point and worthy of publication. Moreover, Schoneberger's (2006) paper was recently selected by a second, independent panel of blind reviewers for the rare honor of inclusion in BAO's year-in-review issue.

While JSLP-ABA seeks to further the science of SLP and ABA, we certainly understand that the papers submitted to our journal will have an impact beyond the scientific community as well. We have included in this issue a letter to the editor, from a legal advocate for children with autism, which we believe speaks to this point. While we do not agree with the writer's interpretations or with her allegations, we believe that she has the right to be heard, and it is in that spirit that we published her letter. …

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