Prev Sci (2015) 16:891–892 DOI 10.1007/s11121-015-0608-1 Inflection and Reflection: Design Issues that Shape the Field of Prevention Science Catherine P. Bradshaw Published online: 16 September 2015 Society for Prevention Research 2015 The field of prevention science has seen considerable change Leonard Bickman and the other by Lauren Supplee and Aleta over the past decade, as both the rigor of the science has Meyer, provide additional perspectives on the scope and poten- improved and the methods for assessing impact have expand- tial policy relevance of the new standards. It is our hope that the ed. A major force driving those innovations and advance- release of these new standards promotes further discussion and reflection on the methods and science that drive our collective ments has been the Society for Prevention Research’sstan- dards of evidence, which was published in the journal work and the broader field of prevention research. Prevention Science by Flay and colleagues in 2005. In the Also in this issue, we are pleased to feature a special section current issue, we are pleased to feature an update to, and on research methods, with a particular focus on small samples expansion on, that seminal work, which was led by Denise
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