Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics

Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics (JEBS) is a scientific journal sponsored jointly by the American Educational Research Association and the American Statistical Association. Since its founding in 1976, JEBS has published papers on statistical methods and applied statistics in the educational and behavioral sciences.

JEBS is published by SAGE Publications. Electronic versions of the papers published in the journal from its beginning in 1976 are available from the SAGE website, though access requires subscription.

JEBS was previously called Journal of Educational Statistics (ISSN 0362-9791) from 1976 to 1994. It should not be confused with Journal of Statistics Education.

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