A Routledge Title: Attachment & Human Development - Instructions for Authors 
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Instructions for Authors:

***Note to Authors: please make sure your contact address information is clearly visible on the outside of all packages you are sending to Editors.***


1) The paper should conform to APA standards, with a legible abstract (100-150 words), followed by sections that include an introduction, method, results, and discussion.


2) The paper should make an original, testable and/or useful extension/revision to theory and previous literature concerning attachment processes and human development.


3) Authors should provide an account of previous clinical theory in an organized and up-to-date manner distinct from the clinical case material. Further, the clinical case material should occupy no more than a third of the paper. The first third should include only relevant background theory, while the final third should aim to discuss the descriptive presentation of the clinical case material against the background of existing theories and/or modifications needed to accommodate the clinical material.

ALL SUBMISSIONS should include an abstract, and ordinarily be about 6,000 words in length, not exceeding 7500 words in total, though occasionally longer papers are considered. In order to facilitate blind peer review, authors are encouraged to prepare a cover sheet that includes identifying details not included in the manuscript which will be sent out for review, less the cover sheet. Three copies of the submitted manuscript should be sent to:

Howard Steele, Ph.D.
Editor - Attachment and Human Development
Psychology Department
New School University for Social Research
65 Fifth Avenue, Room 360
New York, N.Y., 10003

E-mail submissions to the Editor are also welcome; please send an electronic copy of your manuscript to steeleh@newschool.edu.

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