In order to promote opportunities for publishing in areas of interest to the fields in which SORTI is engaged, The Centre has established an electronic journal, Australian Journal of Educational & Developmental Psychology (AJEDP).
The journal is edited by members of SORTI and staff of the School of Education, is fully refereed, has an international Editorial Board and full-text articles accessible free of charge.
Edited by Dr Jennifer Archer,, AJEDP is in its eleventh year of publication, attracting authors from USA, UK, New Zealand, Canada, Portugal, Russia, Hong Kong, among others and from institutions across Australia. The journal covers broad areas of educational and developmental psychology and aims to attract publications from a diversity of theoretical and methodological perspectives, encompassing research and scholarship relevant to understanding the learning processes across all age groups and across all educational settings.
Articles in the latest issue (Vol. 11, 2011) Teachers' opinions of interdisciplinary reports: The Children's Assessment Team by Rachel Roberts, Kathy Moar & Rhys Scott; The relationship among achievement motivation orientations, achievement goals, and academic achievement and interest: A multiple mediation analysis by Sabry Abd-El-Fattah & Rosan Patrick; and Text-messaging practices and links to general spelling skill: A study of Australian children by Catherine Bushnell, Nenagh Kemp & Frances Heritage Martin
AJEDP website: http://www.newcastle.edu.au/journal/ajedp/