Improving neuropsychological research through use of reporting guidelines24/09/2014
The Clinical Neuropsychologist journal has recently published a special issue dedicated to raising awareness of research reporting guidelines in clinical neuropsychology. The journal aims to implement reporting guidelines within their submission and peer review processes and hope that this will improve the quality of research within the neuropsychology field.
The special issue includes papers on:
- Introduction to the special issue on improving neuropsychological research through use of reporting guidelines
- The STROBE Statement and neuropsychology: lighting the way toward evidence-based practice
- Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT): considerations for neuropsychological research
To access the special issue please visit:
Special Issue: Improving Neuropsychological Research Through Use of Reporting Guidelines