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Call for Papers!

Date Posted: Friday, May 29, 2020


Behavioral Sciences and the Law:
Special Issue on Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Forensic Settings
Call for Papers

Behavioral Sciences & the Law announces a forthcoming special issue on Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Forensic Settings, to be edited by Christopher Slobogin, J.D., LL.M., and Gina Vincent, Ph.D. Manuscripts must be received before August 15, 2020. However, if you plan to submit or are thinking about submitting, please contact Christopher Slobogin, J.D., LL.M. via email at

This call for papers seeks original research reports, literature reviews and policy papers targeting any aspect of the following as applied to programs relevant to forensic assessment, treatment, or case management:

  1. implementation strategies for improving screening, assessment, treatment interventions, and case planning or risk management practices;
  2. current implementation practices in justice or forensic settings;
  3. the impact of organizational culture on outcomes;
  4. implementation-level outcomes of evidence-based interventions;
  5. intervention-level outcomes of evidence-based interventions; and
  6. rigorous continuous quality improvement or evaluation research.

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