10 Years of Research in Human Development: Innovations in Theory, Methods, and Key Topics Research in Human Development

Research in Human Development

Research in Human Development, the official journal of the Society for the Study of Human Development presents an Editor’s Choice Article Collection.

10 Years of Research in Human Development: Innovations in Theory, Methods, and Key Topics features a dozen superb articles that are available with FREE ACCESS. Download a variety of most-cited, most-read, and current research articles in PDF format or view in HTML format. Share this key research from 2016-2006 with your colleagues.

Research in Human Development (RHD) promotes conceptual, empirical, and methodological integrative and interdisciplinary approaches to the study of human development across the entire life span. The journal emphasizes theory and research concerning person-context relationships across the life course, and the employment of a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods (e.g., multilevel, multivariate, longitudinal methods). As an interdisciplinary journal, RHD incorporates biological, psychological, sociological, anthropological, economic, and historical perspectives. The journal advances scholarship on the social and cultural contexts of human development in national and international settings. Moreover, Research in Human Development informs social policies and programs that promote positive and healthy development for all people. 

5-Year Impact Factor 1.378 (©2017 Clarivate Analytics, 2016 Journal Citation Reports®)