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15; [[eta].sup.2] = .04]: about 40% of research studies published in the JMHG over the past 16 years had adult participants, 27.3% counseling professionals, and 14.7% undergraduate students (see Table 3).
Approximately 13% of lead authors and 15% of total authors over the 16 years studied are nonacademics who have consistently contributed to the JMHG. While they are vastly underrepresented in comparison with university-affiliated contributors, the JMHG has the highest rate of non-university-affiliated authors of any counseling journal recently evaluated.
Still, much can be done to increase the voices of practitioners in the JMHG, including future special issues and active advocacy for practitioner-scholar collaborations.