Behavioral Interventions

Cover image for Vol. 31 Issue 4

Edited By: William Ahearn

Impact Factor: 0.5

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 109/122 (Psychology Clinical)

Online ISSN: 1099-078X


Treatment, Education, Assessment, and Practice in Community and Residential Programs

Aims and Scope

Behavioral Interventions aims to report research and practice involving the utilization of behavioral techniques in the treatment, education, assessment and training of students, clients or patients, as well as training techniques used with staff. Behavioral Interventions publishes: (1) research articles, (2) brief reports (a short report of an innovative technique or intervention that may be less rigorous than a research report), (3) topical literature reviews and discussion articles, (4) book reviews.

Manuscripts consistent with the aims and scope of Behavioral Interventions are invited for review. Manuscripts should be submitted to the Editor via the journal's ScholarOne Manuscripts submission and review site.


Applied Behaviour Analysts · Clinical Psychologists · Psychiatrists · Nurses · Therapists · Educators · Researchers and Clinicians in Mental Health Treatment Centers

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