Academic journal article Pre- and Peri-natal Psychology Journal

Editorial

Academic journal article Pre- and Peri-natal Psychology Journal

Editorial

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In the first issue of the Journal I described the kinds of articles that we are interested in publishing. As of to date, I have been most gratified and I hope you have been too at the quality of major papers that have been submitted for publication and I expect that this trend will continue. Because each issue is limited to 64 pages and we only publish quarterly we are not able to print all the articles we receive and that's a problem your editors have to struggle with. In other words, in the department of full length feature articles, overviews of the literature and clinical and research reports we have an abundance of riches.

However, when it comes to brief communications with our readers we are not doing so well. As I am writing this, the first issue of the Journal has been in your hands for about 4 weeks and the second issue is in the mail. I realize this is not a very long time and yet I had hoped to have received by now more feedback from you. I see brief communications as serving the practical needs of our readership. In this category fall:

- Letters to the Editor. Comments on the format, strength and weaknesses of the Journal. …

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