With diverse audiences in mind, The Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences publishes a variety of material designed to help individuals and organizations promote positive, successful change. The specific goals of the journal are to:
- Present a range of conceptual frameworks that explain, predict, and illuminate the implications of action
- Describe social inventions, intervention techniques, consultation activities, emergent innovations, and educational practices
- Employ the full range of social science
- Examine underlying values, assumptions, biases, and beliefs associated with various forms of change
Don’t forget to visit the journal homepage to sign up for email alerts so you are up-to-date with the latest published research.