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- The Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science publishes original, empirical contributions in the following areas of psychology: abnormal, behavioural, community, counselling, educational, environmental, developmental, health, industrial-organizational, clinical, neuropsychological, personality, psychometrics, and social.
- A limited amount of space is also available in the journal for brief reports with theoretical and practical implications. The Brief Reports section can also be used for psychometric reports and to disseminate Canadian norms or forms for standardized tests.
- The Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science is published quarterly (January, April, July, October) with grant support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
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- Web presence: Canadian Psychological Association page
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- Publication frequency: Quarterly (January, April, July, October)
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Full texts available onlineEdit
Volume 43 (2011)Edit
Volume 42 (2010)Edit
Volume 41 (2009)Edit
Volume 40 (2008)Edit
- Lalonde, R. N., Jones, J. M., & Stroink, M. L. (2008). Racial identity, racial attitudes, and race socialization among Black Canadian parents. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 40, 129-139. Full text
Volume 39 (2007)Edit
Volume 38 (2006)Edit
Volume 37 (2005)Edit
Volume 36 (2004)Edit
Volume 35 (2003)Edit
Volume 34 (2002)Edit
Volume 33 (2001)Edit
- Weiss, D. & Lalonde, R. N. (2001). Responses of female undergraduates to sexual harassment by male professors or teaching assistants. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 33, 148-163. Full text