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Issue Information Australian Psychologist Volume 53 Editor-in-Chief Number 2 Maria Kangas 107—Identifi cation of a Suitable Short-form of the UCLA-Loneliness Scale Brad Elphinstone 116—Psychometric Properties and Norms for the Strengths and Diffi culties Questionnaire Administered Online in an Australian Sample Rebecca J. Seward, Donna M. Bayliss, Helen M. Stallman, and Jeneva L. Ohan 125—Relationships between Reading Ability and Child Mental Health: Moderating Effects of Self-Esteem Mark E. Boyes, Bree Tebbutt, Kathryn A. Preece, and Nicholas A. Badcock 134—Treatment of Pathological Worry in Children With Acceptance-Based Behavioural Therapy and a Multisensory Learning Aide: A Pilot Study Richard Meagher, Danuta Chessor, and Vincent Jacques Fogliati 144—How Effective is Cognitive Remediation in Enhancing Vocational Outcomes for Job Seekers with Severe Mental Illness in Australia? Natalia A. Contreras, David J. Castle, Caroline Crosse, Dea Morgain, Ellie Fossey, Australian Psychologist Editor-in-Chief Aims & Scope Australian Psychologist is the offi cial applied practice and public policy Maria Kangas, Macquarie University, Australia journal of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). The journal Associate Editors aims to keep Australian psychologists informed about current issues Mark J. Boschen, Griffi th University, Australia in psychology, the science and practice of psychology, and psycholo- gy’s contribution to public policy, with particular emphasis on http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Australian Psychologist Wiley

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