Sex Abuse (2006) 18:317 DOI 10.1007/s11194-006-9025-0 EDITORIAL Howard Barbaree Published online: 1 December 2006 C Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2006 There are two notable features of Issue 18(4) of our journal. First, as readers may remember from my editorial note in Issue 18(2), the journal undertook to publish a special journal section on the effects of ageing on recidivism in sex offenders. As I explained then, because of the vagaries of submission dates, editorial and review processing times, and revision and resubmission activity by authors, we were unable to present all of the articles in one issue of the Journal without signiﬁcantly delaying publication of some manuscripts. Therefore, we decided to publish these articles as they were ready for publication. Three of the articles were presented in Issue 18(2). Karl Hanson’s study of the validity of the Static-99 as applied to older offenders is the fourth of these articles and is presented here in Issue 18(4). Second, as readers will remember from my editorial note in Issue 18(3), under the auspices of our publisher Springer, the journal has implemented an online manuscript submission, review and tracking system. For most of 2006, all manuscript submissions to Sexual Abuse have been processed by this web-based system. We are pleased to announce that Jim Worling’s manuscript on assessing sexual arousal in adolescent male offenders is the ﬁrst manuscript processed by the new system and it is presented here in Issue 18(4). Congratulations, Jim. As a reminder for authors wishing to submit a manuscript to our journal, please go to: https://www.editorialmanager.com/sebu/ The web-site requires you to register as an author and provides you with a username and password. Then, follow the very straightforward instructions to upload your manuscript. H. Barbaree Editor-in-Chief e-mail: howard email@example.com Springer
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Published: Dec 1, 2006
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