Editorial: special issue on education and behavior.
|Author:||Crone-Todd, Darlene E.|
|Publication:||Name: The Behavior Analyst Today Publisher: Behavior Analyst Online Audience: Academic Format: Magazine/Journal Subject: Psychology and mental health Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2012 Behavior Analyst Online ISSN: 1539-4352|
|Issue:||Date: Wntr, 2012 Source Volume: 13 Source Issue: 1|
For this special issue of the Behavior Analyst Today (BAT), I want
to extend heartfelt thanks to Kate Kellum, who served as the action
editor. Dr. Kellum willingly organized the call for papers to various
listservs and through invited articles. In addition, she was able to
utilize the talents of the graduate students in the program at the
University of Mississippi to act as third reviewers for the articles.
What is exciting about the way in which this issue developed is that Dr. Kellum not only worked with the editorial board and additional guest reviewers already in the field, but in so doing she was able to both model reviewing activities for her students and train them in this important aspect of scholarly responsibility. It is this combination of scholarship and mentorship that truly epitomizes an effective behavioral approach to education.
On a final note, I also want to thank the following people who made this issue possible: Paul Malanga, who serves as the Senior Associate Editor, Richard Hennigan (our copy editor), and of course our guest reviewers. I am grateful for the hard work and dedication in their thoughtful contributions and reviews.
Darlene E. Crone-Todd
Department of Psychology, Salem State University
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