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Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
The Clinical Neuropsychologist

For a Special Issue on
LGBTQIA+ Clinical Neuropsychology: Promoting Cognitive Health

Manuscript deadline
01 July 2023

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Anthony N. Correro II, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin
[email protected]

Jason D. Flatt, PhD, MPH, University of Nevada Las Vegas
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LGBTQIA+ Clinical Neuropsychology: Promoting Cognitive Health

This special issue will focus on clinical neuropsychological practice with sexual and gender minority groups, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and/or another sexual and gender minority status (LGBTQIA+). The goal of this special issue is to improve culturally-informed neuropsychological practice by

  1. describing cutting-edge research and practice with LGBTQIA+ communities;
  2. outlining findings on cognition and related health outcomes for sexual and gender minority groups; and
  3. highlighting inclusive and welcoming practices critical for providing care and services to LGBTQIA+ populations.

Researchers and clinicians wishing to submit a manuscript in response to this call for papers must submit by July 1, 2023.

Submission Instructions

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 LGBTQIA+ Clinical Neuropsychology: Promoting Cognitive Health.

Scientific research, professional discussions, case studies, and review articles are acceptable. Authors interested in submitting professional discussions and review articles should first contact the Special Issue Guest Editors (Anthony N. Correro II, PhD [email protected] & Jason D. Flatt, PhD, MPH [email protected]) to ensure their topic does not overlap with articles that have already been solicited for this special issue.

Accepted manuscripts will be available online in advance of the Special Issue's publication (summer 2024).

If you have any questions regarding the special issue, please contact the Special Issue Guest Editors (Anthony N. Correro II, PhD [email protected] & Jason D. Flatt, PhD, MPH [email protected])

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