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Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology

Special Issue on Mentoring in Neuropsychology

Drs. Rachael Ellison and Johnelle Sparks will be co-editing a special issue on mentoring in neuropsychology. We are seeking both empirically-driven articles and firsthand experiences of best practices in mentorship. There are four content areas: 1) type of mentor/mentoring relationship (natural vs. formal, evaluative vs. not) and general mentoring issues; 2) best practices in effective mentorship; 3) mentoring specifically related to professional development; and 4) modeling in mentoring. For more details about the special issue, see https://tinyurl.com/WINJCEN-RFP

Submission Instructions

Potential authors are encouraged to contact the guest editors (Dr. Ellison at [email protected]; Dr. Sparks at [email protected]) should they have questions or concerns about the fit of a potential submission to the special issue. In addition, potential authors should submit a letter of intent via our Google form by Friday, October 15th at 5pm CST. Once potential authors have received confirmation from the guest editors to move forward with the submission, full manuscripts must be submitted by the specified deadline (which will be communicated to invited potential authors), for consideration in the special issue. Please follow the standard instructions for authors (https://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?show=instructions&journalCode=ncen20) for general structure and formatting of your manuscript, although we recognize that papers that are not empirically driven are not likely to have the same structural sections as a standard submission.Β 

Note that we are also seeking neuropsychologists at all career stages (including doctoral students/trainees) and from historically marginalized backgrounds to serve as reviewers for this special issue. If you are interested, please complete this Google form.

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