During the early decades of the 20th century, Comparative and Clinical Psychology developed together. Many of the most famous names in psychology during that time published materials that covered both fields of study.
That relationship waned during the latter part of the 20th century to the point that today these two fields are largely separate from each other.
As a way of addressing this matter, the International Journal of Comparative Psychology (IJCP) is issuing a “Call for Papers” for a Special Issue entitled:
“Exploring the Intersection of Comparative and Clinical Psychology”.
We are looking for papers that address the relationship of these two fields. Papers could be empirical studies, literature reviews or theoretical articles.
Manuscript submission should be completed by February 28, 2017, must follow IJCP’s policies for publication, and should be submitted through IJCP’s portal at http://escholarship.org/uc/search?entity=uclapsych_ijcp;view=policies.
We encourage early submission as papers accepted after peer review will be available online in the In Press section.
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