American Journal on Mental Retardation


American Journal on Mental Retardation

Publisher: American Association on Mental Retardation

Mental Retardation (MR) is a journal of policy, practices, and
perspectives for professionals and families interested in mental
retardation and related developmental disabilities. The most recent
Journal Citation Reports ranks Mental Retardation as No. 2 in "Special
Education" and No. 3 in "Rehabilitation" categories.

MR is dedicated to meeting the information needs of those who seek
effective ways to help people with mental retardation. The journal
reports new teaching approaches, program developments, administrative
tools, program evaluation, service utilization studies, community
surveys, public policy issues, training and case studies, and current
research in mental retardation. MR is a peer-reviewed journal whose
consulting editors represent a broad spectrum of settings: universities,
research centers, public and private residential care facilities, and
specialized community service agencies.

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Date: 17 Dec 2003

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, December 17, 2003
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