|Edited by||Russell Lang and Wendy Machalicek|
|Frequency||Six issues per year|
Developmental Neurorehabilitiation is a peer-reviewed medical journal which covers research into recovery and rehabilitation in children with brain injury and neurological disorders. The editors of Developmental Neurorehabilitation are Russell Lang Texas State University and Wendy Machalicek University of Oregon.
The journal is focused on a developmental perspective: the longitudinal consequences of neurological insult during childhood and the impact of such injury in later life. It covers childhood neurological disorders and treatment, encompassing factors of lifespan, neurological recovery and intervention at experimental, clinical and theoretical levels.
In order to best serve clinicians and researchers, Developmental Neurorehabilitation seeks to include an equal representation of basic and clinical research on development, recovery and rehabilitation. With a focus on translational research, we wish to actively pursue the interchange of ideas, and problems connecting basic and clinical scientists.
Ranking: 17/63 (Rehabilitation), 42/121 (Pediatrics), 105/191 (Clinical Neurology)
Contributions are welcome in the following formats:
ORIGINAL RESEARCH - empirical investigations from clinical and animal research
SUBJECT REVIEWS - topical reviews to increase awareness and discussion of future research and practice
PEER COMMENTARY - different perspectives on published reviews
VOICES FROM THE PAST - children, disability and rehabilitation in history
BRIEF REPORTS - innovative pilot work, replications, and case studies limited to 10 pages
ETHICAL AND LEGAL PERSPECTIVES - implications of change in the law and of new research
Developmental Neurorehabilitation is indexed in ACNR, Cinahl, EBSCO Online, Elsevier Bibliographic Databases, Family Index Database, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition (Thomson Reuters), Neuroscience Citation Index, PEDro, PsycINFO, PubMed, RECAL Information Services, Science Citation Inex Expanded (SciSearch), and Scopus.
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