Adolescent Research Review publishes articles that review important contributions to the developmental understanding of adolescence. The Review draws from the many subdisciplines of developmental science, psychological science, education, criminology, public health, medicine, social work, and other allied disciplines focusing on adolescence. The editors especially welcome articles that bridge gaps between disciplines or that transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries. Reviews must be cutting edge and appropriately comprehensive in the way that their analyses advance science, practice or policy relating to adolescents.
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Contact the Editor-in-Chief:Roger J.R. Levesque, J.D., Ph.D., Indiana University Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org