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The Annual Review of Developmental Psychology provides a developmental perspective that enriches the understanding of every aspect of psychological functioning, from cognitive to social to biological to educational.
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The Annual Review of Control, Robotics, and Autonomous Systems provides comprehensive reviews of significant theoretical and applied developments that impact the engineering of autonomous and semiautonomous systems. The broad fields of control and robotics are the major areas covered, together with connections to theoretical and applied mechanics, optimization, communication, information theory, machine learning, computing, and signal processing. The journal will cover important intersections with fields outside of engineering, including biology, neuroscience, and human behavioral sciences.
What is known? What isn’t known? Knowable Magazine, the new digital magazine from Annual Reviews, reports on the current state of play across a wide variety of fields and topics. Knowable Magazine explores the real-world significance of scholarly research, punctuated with forays into wonder and awe.
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The Annual Review of Criminology provides comprehensive reviews of significant developments in the multidisciplinary field of criminology, defined as the study of both the nature of criminal behavior and societal reactions to crime.
We hope that these reviews foster communication not only among the disciplines that carry out research on issues of environment, energy, and resources, but also with the managers, policymakers, and public who must depend on such information to assist decision making.
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Editors, Vol. 39 Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 2014
The Annual Review of Biomedical Data Science provides comprehensive reviews in biomedical data science, focusing on advanced methods to store, retrieve, analyze, and organize biomedical data and knowledge. The scope of the journal encompasses informatics, computational, and statistical approaches to biomedical data, including the sub-fields of bioinformatics, computational biology, biomedical informatics, clinical and clinical research informatics, biostatistics, and imaging informatics. The mission of the journal will be to identify both emerging and established areas of biomedical data science, and the leaders in these fields.
The journal is also aimed at nonscientist readers who are professionally charged with making sense of changing environmental issues—for example, journalists, congressional and agency staff, and international organization analysts. These authoritative, up-to-date reviews provide key background information at the intersections of science and policy.
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Editors, Vol. 41 Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 2016
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