......... .........VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2011-2012 ,, Dr. Michael J. Cohen, Editor Journal of Organic Psychology and Natural Attraction Ecology (OP/NAE)
Project NatureConnect Akamai University Institute of Applied Ecopsychology
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Instructions and Submission Information
To read articles or observations posted in this electronic Journal, go to the CONTENTS page (it is also the cover) and select the topic or title of interest to you. This will take you to the selection itself.
To read additional topics, return to the CONTENTS by using the "return to previous page" feature of your browser or select the "Contents" button in the title section at the top and bottom of each page.
All materials that appear in the Journal are selected and/or approved by the Editor or his/her assigned assistants and should be sent by email, not attachments, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The editor reserves the right to slightly modify submitted articles when necessary so that they can make the greatest contribution.
Authors submitting material should be aware of the thrust of NAE, OP, and ECHN that is described on the Journal's Introduction page. Their submission should either support, extend, or add depth or dimension to the thrust. Attractive personal or observed experiences that strengthen mutually supportive relationships with nature are usually published.
For reasons explained on the reviewer page, anonymous submissions are welcome. Author's may, however, petition for their name to appear with their submission. NOTE: the Journal is not responsible for adverse outcomes that may occur when an author identifies themselves.
The purpose of the Journal is to provide its readers with "nine-leg" information that emanates from contact with nature within and around an individual or group.
The mission of the Journal is to work with, not against, the ways of natural attraction.
Submissions should describe or convey aspects of genuine connection with authentic nature and their results or value.
The Journal does not warrant that the material it publishes will be selected by search engines for placement on them.
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