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As well as publishing the work of established researchers and providing invited articles by 'experts in their field', PER also aims to encourage the work of early researchers, providing a forum in which to publish first or early pieces of work. This issue is a Special Edition on New Directions in Emotional Education and Development.
Special Edition articles
Introduction to the Special Edition
Neil Humphrey & Pamela Qualter
Can 'emotionally intelligent' coping promote adaptation in young people?
Sarah K. Davis
Emotional self-efficacy and emotional intelligence: A fresh perspective on mathematics anxiety
Vicki N. Tariq
Developing emotional skills in early childhood settings using Preschool RULER
Susan E. Rivers, Shauna L. Tominey, Elisabeth C. O'Bryon & Marc A. Brackett
Teaching emotional intelligence and emotional self-efficacy in higher education
Lorraine Dacre Pool
Does self-report emotional intelligence incrementally predict student affective outcomes and GPA beyond Five-Factor Personality?
Carolyn MacCann & Claire Kathleen Burrows
Targeted mental health provision for children with behaviour difficulties in primary schools: Results of a national randomised trial
Jessica Deighton, Praveetha Patalay, Jay Belsky, Neil Humphrey, Panos Vostanis, Andrew Fugard, Peter Fonagy & Miranda Wolpert
Social and emotional well-being programmes: The nexus between sustainability and quality assurance
Helen Askell-Williams, Phillip T. Slee & Penny Van Deur
The protective effects of mindfulness against burnout among educators
Rachel M. Abenavoli, Patricia A. Jennings, Mark T. Greenberg, Alexis R. Harris & Deirdre A. Katz
The evaluation of school-based social and emotional learning interventions: Current issues and future directions
Ann Lendrum & Michael Wigelsworth