American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AJIDD) is a scientific, scholarly, and archival multidisciplinary journal for reporting original contributions of the highest quality to knowledge of intellectual disability, its causes, treatment, and prevention. Since 1896, AJIDD has been an essential reference for institutions, libraries, researchers, clinicians, students, policymakers, and other professionals interested in the fields of disabilities, life science, biology, neuroscience, and behavioral and health sciences as they pertain to intellectual and related disabilities.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) is a peer reviewed multidisciplinary journal of policy, practices, and perspectives. Since 1963, IDD has provided a forum for the dissemination of rigorously reviewed, actionable information that is relevant to emerging policies, innovative practices, and transformative concepts. As a journal with an applied focus, IDD has dedicated itself to the needs of researchers, clinicians, students, policymakers, and other professionals interested in intellectual disability and related developmental disabilities.
ISSN 2326-6988 Quarterly
Submission information for Inclusion
Inclusion is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a multidisciplinary forum for the presentation and discussion of evidence-based interventions and strategies that promote the full inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in society. With an anticipated June 2013 launch, Inclusion will address the needs of administrators, clinicians, policymakers and other professionals interested in intellectual disability and related developmental disabilities.
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