Friday, July 29, 2016

Several new citations of JSER articles in prestigious journals

Dear readers,
With great honor I want to share several new citations in prestigious journals. They are the following articles:
Ram Lakhan and M. Thomas Kishore in this article
R Lakhan, MT Kishore - Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2016
cited Kostikj-Ivanovikj V. (2009) Behavioral problems in children with mild and moderate intellectual disability. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation 10, 49–62.
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities has impact factor 1.711.

Theinfluence of home-rearing environment on children′ s behavioral problems 3 years' later

W Chen, E Tanaka, K Watanabe, E Tomisaki… - Psychiatry Research, 2016
Reduction of children′s behavioral problems has the potential to ameliorate parental stress,
mental health problems, and family dysfunction. The current study.
cited this JSER article:
Kovachevikj, R., Bijedikj, M., Kuralikj-Kjishikj, L., Muftikj, E. Family Risk Factors as Indicators of Behavioral Problems with YouthJournal of Special Education and rehabilitation2009;10:1–2.
Psychiatry Research has impact factor 2.466.

  • Chai Tin Ang
  • Lay Wah Lee cited in this article
  • Sexuality Education Curriculum Content for Malaysian Students with Learning Disabilities

    CT Ang, LW Lee - Sexuality and Disability, 2016
    Abstract Sexuality education for students with learning disabilities has not been formally
    established in Malaysia. This study aimed to identify special education teachers' acceptance
    of sexuality education content for secondary school students with learning disabilities. A ...
    Sexuality and Disability has impact factor 0.771
    JSER article which was cited is: Rashikj, O.: Sexual development, education and sexual abuse of persons with disabilities in the republic of Macedonia [Abstract]. J. Special Educ. Rehabil. 10(3–4), 135–138 (2009).

    Saturday, July 23, 2016

    JSER in OpenAIRE

    Dear readers,
    I want to inform you that Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation is already indexed in OpenAIRE. What is OpenAIRE?

    The FP7 project OpenAIRE aimed to support the implementation of the EC and ERC Open Access policies.
    Its successor OpenAIREplus is aimed at linking the aggregated research publications to the accompanying research and project information, datasets and author information.
    Open access to scientific peer reviewed publications has evolved from a pilot project with limited scope in FP7 to an underlying principle in the Horizon 2020 funding scheme, obligatory for all H2020 funded projects.
    The goal is to make as much European funded research output as possible available to all, via the OpenAIRE portal.

    JSER Editor-in-chief

    Friday, July 15, 2016

    One new citation of JSER article in Pediatrics

    Dear readers,
    JSER has new one citation this month. It is citation in Pediatrics impact factor journal with JIF 5.196 for 2015.

    Thumb-Sucking, Nail-Biting, and Atopic Sensitization, Asthma, and Hay Fever

    SJ Lynch, MR Sears, RJ Hancox - Pediatrics, 2016
    BACKGROUND: The hygiene hypothesis suggests that early-life exposure to microbial
    organisms reduces the risk of developing allergies. Thumb-sucking and nail-biting are
    common childhood habits that may increase microbial exposures. We tested the ...

    This article was cited
    Rajchanovska D, Zafirova BI. Prevalence of nail biting among preschool children in Bitola. J Spec Educ Rehab. 2011;12(1-2):56–68.

    JSER Editor-in-chief

    Saturday, July 2, 2016

    New citations to articles in Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation's profile

    Dear readers,
    Recently JSER achieved 250 Google Scholar Citations. Here is one more.

    [PDF] Effects of Social Issues on Employment Outcomes for Individuals with Disabilities

    TP Atkinson - 2016
    Abstract Past legislation, created with the intention of protecting individuals with disabilities
    (eg, National Industrial Recovery Act, Fair Labor Standards Act), has, unfortunately, helped
    pave the way for discriminatory practices in the workplace. Disabled individuals are often ...

    This JSER article was cited in the dissertation above.
    Louis, P. T., & Kumar, N. (2015). Does father involvement influence the affect, language acquisition, social engagement and behavior in young autistic children? an early intervention study. Journal of Special Education & Rehabilitation, 16(1/2), 105-124.

    JSER editor-in-chief