Wednesday, April 12, 2017

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

Dear readers,

Please find new citation of JSER article into this article:
SC Fung - Global Journal of Health Science, 2017
Abstract Canine-assisted play therapy (CAPT) is an emerging psychosocial intervention for 
children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The present case studies used quantitative 
observation of experimenter-designated behavioral outcomes to examine the effectiveness

This JSER article was cited: Memishevikj, H., & Hodzhikj, S. (2010). The effects of equine-assisted therapy in improving the psychosocial functioning of children with autism. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation, 11, 57–67. 

JSER editor-in-chief

Saturday, April 1, 2017

New citations of JSER articles

Dear readers,

With great pleasure I want to share new citation of JSER article in prestigious journal Autism Reserach with impact factor 3.048. 

This JSER article:
Stankova, T., & Trajkovski, V. (2010). Attitudes and opinions of employers, employees and parents about the employment of people with autism in the Republic of Macedonia. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation, 11, 16–29.

was cited into:

David B. Nicholas, Sandra Hodgetts, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, Leann E. Smith, Paul Shattuck, Jeremy R. Parr, Olivia Conlon, Tamara Germani, Wendy Mitchell, Lori Sacrey, and Margot E. Stothers. Research Needs and Priorities for Transition and Employment in Autism: Considerations Reflected in a “Special Interest Group” at the International Meeting for Autism Research. Autism Research 10: 15–24, 2017.

JSER editor-in-chief


Research Needs and Priorities for Transition and Employment
in Autism: Considerations Reflected in a “Special Interest Group”
at the International Meeting for Autism Research
David B. Nicholas, Sandra Hodgetts, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, Leann E. Smith, Paul Shattuck,
Jeremy R. Parr, Olivia Conlon, Tamara Germani, Wendy Mitchell, Lori Sacrey, and Margot E. StothersResearch Needs and Priorities for Transition and Employment
in Autism: Considerations Reflected in a “Special Interest Group”
at the International Meeting for Autism Research
David B. Nicholas, Sandra Hodgetts, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, Leann E. Smith, Paul Shattuck,
Jeremy R. Parr, Olivia Conlon, Tamara Germani, Wendy Mitchell, Lori Sacrey, and Margot E. Stothers
Stankova, T., & Trajkovski, V. (2010). Attitudes and opinions
of employers, employees and parent s a bout the empl oy-
ment of people with autism in the Republic of Macedo-
nia. Journal of Special Education a nd Rehabilitation, 11,
16–29.Stankova, T., & Trajkovski, V. (2010). Attitudes and opinions
of employers, employees and parent s a bout the empl oy-
ment of people with autism in the Republic of Macedo-
nia. Journal of Special Education a nd Rehabilitation, 11,
16–29.
Stankova, T., & Trajkovski, V. (2010). Attitudes and opinions
of employers, employees and parent s a bout the empl oy-
ment of people with autism in the Republic of Macedo-
nia. Journal of Special Education a nd Rehabilitation, 11,
16–29.
Stankova, T., & Trajkovski, V. (2010). Attitudes and opinions
of employers, employees and parent s a bout the empl oy-
ment of people with autism in the Republic of Macedo-
nia. Journal of Special Education a nd Rehabilitation, 11,
16–29.