Springer launches six new journals.
The 'Journal of Experimental Criminology' is a quarterly journal that focuses on experimental and quasi-experimental research in the development of evidence-based crime and justice policy and is "committed to the advancement of the science of systematic reviews and experimental methods in criminology and criminal justice," Springer said. It publishes research studies, systematic reviews on substantive criminal justice problems, and methodological papers on experimentation. An annual subscription costs $380.
'European Journal of Ageing' is targeted to researchers in the gerontology field and its mission is to contribute to the formulation of better policies and the development of better practice in serving older adults. Content includes information on the linkages among the social, behavioral and health dimensions of gerontology, including scientific aging research, psychological aging research and public health-oriented research. Also published quarterly, an annual subscription costs $488.
"Transition Studies Review' focuses on the ongoing transition taking place in central and southeast Europe, Russia, the CIS and in the Black Sea and Mediterranean regions. Content covers EU enlargement and the international and economic framework, including investments, foreign trade, finance, banking, development, insurance, monetary policy, r&d, social policies and judicial studies. Produced monthly, an annual subscription costs $225.
'Molecular Imaging and Biology' carries information on the utilization of molecular imaging in problems of relevance to biology and medicine. The primary purpose of the journal is to provide a forum to the discovery of molecular mechanisms of health and disease through the use of imaging techniques. Content includes coverage of imaging, macromolecular targets, technology in the design of molecular probes, instrumentation, diagnostics and therapies. It is published six times a year and an annual subscription costs $450.
'European Clinics in Obstetrics and Gynecology' is a quarterly journal targeted to the generalist in obstetrics and gynecology rather than sub-specialists and is designed to help improve the health of women and their babies by promoting higher standards of care in all European countries. It includes clinical review articles that will provide a basis for continuing professional development programs to be operated by the European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Ah annual subscription costs $498.
Finally, 'Annals of Surgical Oncology' is a monthly publication that features articles on the latest advances in oncology for surgeons from all specialties. Editorial includes information on diagnosis and treatment, biopsies, melanoma, new surgical techniques, pre-operative staging, prognostic factors, regional treatment options, minimally invasive surgery and recurrence data. An annual subscription costs $738. News in Brief...
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|Date:||Jun 16, 2005|
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