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Military Neuropsychology: Serving those who serve

Special Issue Call for Papers

The Clinical Neuropsychologist

Table of Contents for The Clinical Neuropsychologist. List of articles from both the latest and ahead of print issues.

Language: en-US

Publisher: Routledge

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Guest Editor

Heather Belanger, Tampa, FL, USA

This special issue will focus on military neuropsychology, or clinical neuropsychological practice and issues relevant to the military.

The aims are:

(1) to highlight findings that extend our current understanding of factors that impact neuropsychological functioning among military and veteran populations,

(2) to provide an understanding of prognosis related to war-related sequelae and of the factors that affect recovery and rehabilitation in military and veteran populations, and

(3) to aid and improve clinical neuropsychological practice in military and VA settings. 

Empirical research or review papers are acceptable. Authors interested in submitting review articles should first contact the Special Issue Guest Editor (heather.belanger.ctr@socom.mil)  to ensure their topic does not overlap with review articles that have already been solicited for this special issue. 

How to submit your paper

Researchers wishing to submit a manuscript in response to this call for papers must submit by July 1, 2019.

Your paper should be prepared in accordance with The Clinical Neuropsychologist Instructions for Authors, and submitted through the journal’s ScholarOne Manuscripts peer review site.

Please indicate in the cover letter accompanying your manuscript, as well as in the drop-down Special Issue menu in the ScholarOne submission portal, that you would like to have the paper considered for the special issue on Military Neuropsychology.

If you have any questions regarding the special issue, please contact Editor of Special Topics and Reviews, Heather Belanger.