The International Journal of Aging and Human Development
Adulthood & Aging | Gerontology | Psychology (General)
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Under what conditions does "development" end? Under what conditions does "aging" begin? Can these conditions themselves be modified by intervention at the psychological, social, or biological levels? To what extent are patterns of development and aging attributable to biological factors? To psychological factors? How can the social and behavioral sciences contribute to the actualization of human potential throughout the entire life span? What are the implications of gerontological research for our understanding of the total development of human organism?
These are some of the broad questions with which the International Journal of Aging and Human Development is concerned. Emphasis is upon psychological and social studies of aging and the aged. However, the Journal also publishes research that introduces observations from other fields that illuminate the "human" side of gerontology, or utilizes gerontological observations to illuminate in other fields.
|Julie Hicks Patrick||West Virginia University, USA|
|Danielle K. Nadorff, PhD||Mississippi State University, USA|
|Abigail Nerhkorn-Bailey, PhD||University of Wisconsin- Green Bay, USA|
|Bert Hayslip, Jr||University of North Texas, USA|
|Robert Kastenbaum||Arizona State University, USA|
|Gregory C. Smith||Kent State University, USA|
|Danielle Nadorff||Mississippi State University, USA|
|Amanda Barnett||University of Wisconsin-Stout|
|Kira Birditt||University of Michigan, USA|
|Karen Bullock||North Carolina State University, USA|
|Michael Caserta||University of Utah, USA|
|Kelly Cichy||Kent State University, USA|
|Esme Fuller-Thomson||University of Toronto, Canada|
|Howard Giles||University of California, Santa Barbara, USA and University of Queensland, Australia|
|Allyson S. Graf||Northern Kentucky University, USA|
|Jon Hendricks||Oregon State University, USA|
|Gregory Hinrichsen||Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA|
|Rob John||University of Oklahoma Health Services Center, USA|
|Michael B. Kleiman||University of South Florida, USA|
|Neal Krause||University of Michigan, USA|
|Dale Lund||California State University, San Bernardino, USA|
|Robert Maiden||Alfred University, USA|
|Jennifer Margrett||Iowa State University, USA|
|Peter Martin||Iowa State University, USA|
|Sarah H. Matthews||Cleveland State University, USA|
|Susan McFadden||University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, USA|
|Joann M. Montepare||Lasell College, USA|
|Julian Montoro-Rodriguez||University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA|
|Carol Musil||Case Western Reserve University, USA|
|Michael Nadorff||Mississippi State University, USA|
|Morris Okun||Arizona State University, USA|
|Rachel Pruchno||New Jersey Institute for Successful Aging, USA|
|George Rebok||Johns Hopkins University, USA|
|Karen A. Roberto||Institute for Society, Culture and Environment, Virginia Tech University, USA|
|Richard Schulz||University of Pittsburgh Institute on Aging, USA|
|Daniel L. Segal||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, USA|
|Heather Servaty-Seib||Purdue University, USA|
|Richard A. Settersten, Jr.||Oregon State University, USA|
|Ken Shultz||California State University at San Bernardino|
|Jan Sinnott||Towson State University, USA|
|Maximiliane Szinovacz||University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA|
|Susan K. Whitbourne||University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA|
|Anne M. Wyatt-Brown||Gainesville, Florida|
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development - Instructions to Authors
All papers submitted to IJAHD are reviewed with respect to their scholarly merit and the extent to which they advance valid knowledge about human development and aging across a variety of disciplinary perspectives within the social sciences (e.g. psychology, sociology, anthropology, and economics). Interdisciplinary perspectives are strongly encouraged and preference is given to papers that make a new and notable contribution. Such contributions may include —an idea, a discovery, a methodology, or a connection between basic and applied developmental science of aging. Preference is also given to papers that are deemed to be of general theoretical significance. Although expository and review papers will be considered if they contain a strong scientific focus, the primary purpose of IJAHD is to publish methodologically sound, empirical studies that advance the theoretical and applied knowledge base of human development and aging. We also invite proposals for ‘special issues’ that fit with the aims and scope of IJAHD.
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