Developmental Psychology

Special Virtual Issue on Putting Research into Practice

Special Virtual Issue on Putting Research into Practice


Developmental Psychology: Research into Practice


Wiley is delighted to present a virtual issue on
Developmental Psychology: Research into Practice

Guest Editors: Jeff Lockman and Jonathan Green

The following articles have been selected based on their importance to developmental psychology practitioners, as nominated by the attendees of the Wiley Roundtable on Developmental Psychology: Research into Practice, held at the Society for Research in Child Development conference in 2011. The papers address the theme of "putting research into practice" in developmental psychology, and are freely available online.

Child Development

Science, Policy, and Practice: Three Cultures in Search of a Shared Mission
Jack P. Shonkoff
Child Development

Child Development

Science Does Not Speak for Itself: Translating Child Development Research for the Public and Its Policymakers
Jack P. Shonkoff and Susan Nall Bales
Child Development


Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Practitioner Review: Reading disorders: what are the effective interventions and how should they be implemented and evaluated?
Fiona J. Duff and Paula J. Clarke
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry


Child
Facilitating factors and barriers to the implementation of intensive home-based behavioural intervention for young children with autism
Emma Johnson and Richard P. Hastings
Child: Care, Health and Development


Social Development
Preschoolers’ attachment to mother and risk for adjustment problems: Can teachers make a difference?
Evelien Buyse, Karine Verschueren and Sarah Doumen
Social Development


Child Development
The effects of the Fast Tack preventive intervention on the development of conduct disorder across childhood
Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group
Child Development


Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Practitioner Review: When parent training doesn’t work: theory-driven clinical strategies
Stephen Scott and Mark R. Dadds
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry


British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Who escapes or remains a victim of bullying in primary school?
Dieter Wolke, Sarah Woods and Muthanna Samara
British Journal of Developmental Psychology

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