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Contemporary Educational Psychology

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Contemporary Educational Psychology

Contemporary Educational Psychology is a peer-reviewed academic journal on the topic of educational psychology. Its editor-in-chief is Patricia Alexander (University of Maryland).[1]

It is considered one of the "big five" educational psychology journals (along with Educational Psychology Review, Journal of Educational Psychology, Educational Psychologist, and Cognition and Instruction).[2]

References

  1. ^ "Contemporary Educational Psychology". Elsevier. Retrieved 7 October 2014. 
  2. ^ Mitchell, Anita; McConnell, John (2012). "A historical review of Contemporary Educational Psychology from 1995 to 2010". Contemporary Educational Psychology 37 (2): 136–147.  
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