Beyond Behavior
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Beyond Behavior


Editor
Joe Ryan Clemson University, USA
Paul Mooney Louisiana State University, USA


eISSN: 21635323 | ISSN: 10742956 | Current volume: 26 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: 3 Times/Year
Beyond Behavior (BB) addresses compelling issues related to individuals with behavioral challenges. Regular features include Practitioner friendly articles which discuss evidence-based practices for use with challenging behaviors. Published by the Hammill Institute on Disabilities and SAGE in association with the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders.

Beyond Behavior is a peer reviewed scholarly journal designed specifically for practitioners (e.g., teachers, administrators, counselors, paraprofessionals) who work with children and youth with or at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD). The goals of Beyond Behavior are to publish articles that:

1. Describe research-informed academic and/or behavioral interventions and/or processes likely to improve meaningful outcomes for children with or at risk for EBD.

2. Develop the instructional and/or support capacities of professionals who work with children and youth with or at risk for EBD across diverse settings and programs.

3. Broaden the impact of research on practice in applied settings by making research-informed practice more accessible to diverse practitioner audiences.

As a practitioner journal, Beyond Behavior content highlights field-based practice applications directed toward children and youth with or at risk for EBD. Content also addresses real-world practice issues for professionals who serve this population. Published articles emphasize the “how to” nature of field-based practice. The practice applications and issues are informed by research to the extent practicable. Scholarship, then, helps provide practitioners with a rationale for choosing to use a practice or consider an issue. Beyond Behavior should not be considered as an outlet for manuscripts that provide detailed descriptions of an experimental research study.

Our intended audience includes all professionals who work with children and youth with or at risk for EBD. That includes preservice and inservice teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators, counselors, social workers, juvenile justice personnel, and other mental health professionals. We also believe that parents and members of the general public may find the applied content of Beyond Behavior useful.

Editorial Board
Peter J. Alter St. Mary's College of California
Sally Barton-Arwood Belmont University, USA
Lisa Bowman-Perrott Texas A&M University, USA
Donald Briere St. Mary's College of California
Paul Caldarella Brigham Young University, USA
Andrea Capizzi Vanderbilt University, USA
Kelly M. Carrero Texas A&M University, Commerce, USA
Christine A. Christle University of South Carolina, USA
Bryan G. Cook University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA
Ginevra R. Courtade University of Louisville, USA
Stephen Crutchfield California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA
Lisa Dieker University of Central Florida, USA
Laura Feuerborn University of Washington, USA
Jennifer Freeman University of Connecticut, USA
Nicholas A. Gage University of Florida, USA
Lisa Goran Truman State University, USA
Daniel Gulchak Northern Arizona University, USA
Blake D. Hansen Brigham Young University, USA
Kymberly Harris Georgia Southern University, USA
Leanne Hawken University of Utah, USA
Todd Haydon University of Cincinnati, USA
Shanna Eisner Hirsch Clemson University, USA
David Houchins Georgia State University, USA
Timothy J. Landrum University of Louisville, USA
Renee E. Lastrapes University of Houston, Clear Lake, USA
Teri Lewis-Palmer University of Oregon, USA
Carl J. Liaupsin University of Arizona, USA
João Lopes University of Minho, Portugal
Mickey Losinski Kansas State University, USA
Lori Lynass Northwest PBIS Network, USA
Ashley S. MacSuga-Gage University of Florida, USA
Sara McDaniel University of Alabama, USA
Darcy E. Miller Washington State University, USA
Tracy Mueller University of Northern Colorado, USA
Candace Mulcahy Binghamton University, USA
Philip D. Nordness University of Nebraska, Omaha, USA
Karen O'Connor University of Missouri, USA
Wendy P. Oakes Arizona State University, USA
Robin Parks Ennis University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA
Robert Pennington University of Louisville, USA
Corey Pierce University of Northern Colorado, USA
Lauren Reed University of Hawaii, USA
Michael Rozalski Binghamton University, USA
Joe Ryan Clemson University, USA
Naomi Schoenfield Rivier University, USA
Terrance M. Scott University of Louisville, USA
Clinton Smith University of Memphis, USA
Nicole Swoscowski University of Alabama, USA
Shanon S. Taylor University of Nevada, Reno, USA
Katherine Terras University of North Dakota, USA
Gita Upreti University of Texas, El Paso, USA
Jessica Wery Elon University, USA
Howard Wills University of Kansas, USA
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  • Before submitting your manuscript, please read and adhere to the author submission guidelines. To submit an article to the journal, please click here: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/bb.

    Any questions should be directed to the editorial office:

    Editorial Office Contact Information

    Dr. Joseph Ryan Dr. Paul Mooney

    Clemson University Louisiana State University

    227 Holtzendorff Hall 213 Peabody Hall

    Clemson, SC 29634 Baton Rouge, LA 70803

    Office: 864-656-1531 Office: 225-578-2360

    jbryan@clemson.edu pmooney1@lsu.edu

    For more information, please refer to the SAGE Manuscript Submission Guidelines.

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