Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development

Since 1935 Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development (Monographs) has presented in-depth research studies and significant findings in child development and its related disciplines. Like all SRCD publications Monographs enables development specialists from many disciplines to share their data, techniques, research methods, and conclusions.

2018 Journal Impact Factor Scores

2-Year Impact Factor: 2.051
5-Year Impact Factor: 2.781

2018 ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking

Psychology, Developmental: 33 out of 74

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What are Monographs?

Monographs are extended works, focused on specialized topics, judged to make significant contributions to SRCD's mission—advancing developmental science and promoting its use to improve human lives.


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1990 - Present    1930 - 1989 (IN JSTOR)

The Monograph Matters logo: An ombre blue background overlayed with white text that says Monograph Matters. The words Monograph and Matters are on two seperate lines and separated by a bright red line.

Monograph Matters (MM) is a new initiative of Monographs Editor, Lynn S. Liben. This web- and media-based forum was designed as a companion website for the Monographs publication and is meant to magnify the reach, usability, and impact of Monographs. Practitioners, researchers, and educators, alike, will find useful resources based on the subject of recent Monographs to use in the classroom or in their occupation, including videos and teaching resources.

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Square image with the Monographs Journal cover on an ombre blue background. Editor-in-Chief of Monographs is Lynn S. Liben from Pennsylvania State University

Editorial Statement from Monographs Editor-In-Chief, Lynn S. Liben


Editor-In-Chief, Lynn S. Liben, outlines her future plans for the Monographs journal, including the new set-up, submission guidelines, and Monograph Matters.