Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews
The journal provides a focus for communication among neuroscientists, geneticists, neurodevelopmental pediatricians, and behavioral scientists interested in clinical or basic science research in aspects of brain development and function. The journal is an international forum for the exchange of novel and significant information on broad aspects of developmental disabilties. The journal offers timely publication of scientific reviews, as well as editorial commentaries and other items of general interest to its readers. As the field of developmental disabilities represents a multi-disciplinary research arena, the reviews, commentaries, and other editorial text must be written in clear, authoritative, yet accessible and jargon-free prose. The journal is intended for scientists and clinical practitioners in such areas as clinical, developmental, and rehabilitation psychology; developmental neurobiology; human, medical, and molecular genetics; molecular biology; neurology; pediatrics; pharmacology; physical medicine and rehabilitation; and psychiatry. Each issue is topicoriented. Future topics are listed in sufficient time to permit letters of inquiry about proposed articles. Although most articles are invited research reviews by leaders in the field, unsolicited proposals will be considered.