Emerging Adulthood


Emerging Adulthood


Description: Emerging Adulthood ( EA ) is an interdisciplinary and
international journal for advancements in theory, methodology, and
empirical research on development and adaptation during the late teens
and twenties. The journal seeks manuscripts that advance basic and
applied knowledge of normative and atypical development during
emerging adulthood; studies that focus on the antecedents and/or
consequences of experiences during this age-period are also welcome.
The journal embraces the use of both qualitative and quantitative
methodology. The journal also considers manuscripts that advance
theory or measurement/methodology.

Published in association with the Society for Study of Emerging Adulthood.

Language: English

Country: United States

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Frequency: Quarterly

Fee information current as of 7 August 2013

Subscription fee or article fee: Yes

Publication fee for authors: No

Abstracts: Yes

Abstracts language: English

P-ISSN: 2167-6968

E-ISSN: 2167-6984

Email: journals@sagepub.com

Start year: 2013

Keywords: Young Adults, Psychology, Social Sciences, Public Health,
Higher Education

Subject: Multidisciplinary

Date posted: 7 August 2013

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
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