About the Journal
Infancy is the official journal of the International Society on Infant Studies.
Martha Ann Bell
Thierry M. Nazzi
CNRS - Université Paris Descartes
Lisa M. Oakes
University of California, Davis
Douglas M. Teti
The Pennsylvania State University
This journal emphasizes the highest quality original research on normal and aberrant infant development during the first two years. Both human and animal research are included. In addition to regular length research articles and brief reports (3000-word maximum), the journal includes solicited target articles along with a series of commentaries; debates, in which different theoretical positions are presented along with a series of commentaries; and thematiccollections, a group of three to five reports or summaries of research on the same issue, conducted independently at different laboratories, with invited commentaries.
Academic researchers in psychology, child development, neuroscience, pediatrics, nursing, and education.
A subscription to the journal is included in the membership. The journal, published quarterly, serves as the outlet for interdisciplinary research in the area of infant behavior and development. Those interested in submitting an article to the journal should consult the Contributor Information page first.
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