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A new issue of the Journal for Person-Oriented Research was published on December 30th. The issue contains the following articles, which are freely available at:
Exploring Idiographic Approaches to Children's Executive Function Performance: An Intensive Longitudinal Study
Dian Yu, Pei-Jung Yang, G. John Geldhof, Corine P. Tyler, Patricia K. Gansert, Paul A. Chase, Richard M. Lerner
Cluster Analysis of Child Externalizing and Prosocial Behaviors in a Randomized Effectiveness Trial of the Family-Check Up and Internet-Delivered Parent Training (iComet)
Annika Björnsdotter, Ata Ghaderi, and Pia Enebrink
“Doing” mindsets in the classroom: A coding scheme for teacher and student mindset-related verbalizations
Naomi M. P. de Ruiter, Katja N. van der Klooster, and Sander Thomaes
SUBMIT YOUR MANUSCRIPTS TO ONE OF THE CHIEF EDITORS
Lars R. Bergman - Department of Psychology, Stockholm University
Lars-Gunnar Lundh - Department of Psychology, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
The Scandinavian Society for Person-Oriented Research (SPOR) was founded in December, 2013, for the purpose of promoting person-oriented research in psychological science.
• to provide a forum and a clearinghouse for researchers engaged in person-oriented research
• to provide a publication outlet for person-oriented research by publishing the Journal for Person-Oriented Research
• to organize conferences and meetings that promote SPOR's purpose
is open to anyone who is involved in doing person-oriented research (full membership) or who is interested in person-oriented research without actually being engaged in this kind of research (supportive membership).
See Contact information on the webpage:
considers all manuscripts that make use of person-oriented methods, or are relevant to person-oriented theory, on the strict condition that they have not been published elsewhere, and are not under consideration for publication or in press elsewhere. All such contributions will be subjected to review by referees at the discretion of the Editorial Office.
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All articles published in JPOR are open access, which means they are freely and universally accessible online, and permanently archived.
Open access publication benefits the scientific community by making results of research immediately and freely available to all.
Lars R. Bergman
Professor emeritus, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.
Professor of clinical psychology, Department of Psychology, Lund University, Lund, Sweden.