JHCEADJournal for Humanistic Counseling Education and Development
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United States or international) of the lead author was coded to determine contribution rates to JHCEAD.
A tally of first authors from universities contributing to JHCEAD between 1994 and 2009 indicated the following "Top 9" rank listing: (1) University of Central Florida (nine articles); (3) (tie) North Carolina State University, Oakland University, and Ohio University (tied with eight articles); (5.
Display of the topical content appearing in JHCEAD is presented in Table 3.
The remainder of this section focuses exclusively on various characteristics of the 75 research articles published in JHCEAD between 1994 and 2009.
Statistical sophistication (see Table 5), defined as usage of basic, intermediate, and advanced statistics in JHCEAD research studies, has remained stable over time, F(3, 80) = 1.
As the counseling profession and humanistic philosophy continue to evolve, JHCEAD has responded to changing professional issues and societal challenges.
The prominence of female authorship of JHCEAD articles has continued to the point where, over the last 8 years, approximately 61% of all JHCEAD authors were women.
60 authors per JHCEAD article in 1994-2001 to about 2.
JHCEAD does not appear to have an international audience, at least so far as lead author contributions are concerned.
This increased focus on research in JHCEAD is a welcome addition to the scientific discipline that underlies counseling and is commensurate with trends in other counseling journals (e.
The proportions of specific research designs changed significantly, and a large portion of that change occurred because of the marked increase in JHCEAD studies using qualitative methodology and data analysis procedures.
JHCEAD participant samples were stable, and approximately 45% of all samples included undergraduate (24.