OnlineFirst

OnlineFirst articles are published online before they appear in a regular issue of the journal.

OnlineFirst articles have been peer-reviewed, accepted for publication, and published online. Moreover, OnlineFirst articles are copyedited, typeset, and approved by their authors before publication, and we aim to post each article within four weeks of acceptance.

The date of first publication appears below each title, followed by the article’s unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI). OnlineFirst articles may be cited as shown in the following example:

Pinar, A. (2014). The mediating role of subjective happiness in the relationship between vengeance and forgiveness. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice. Advance online publication. doi: 10.12738/estp.2014.4.7788