The Asia Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences (APJDD) will be unique in addressing a range of special educational needs including dyslexia, autism, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, ADHD in the Asian context. The journal will cover theory into practice and will provide a showcase for research in the Asian context as well as highlighting research areas that have implications for further research within Asia and beyond.

Vol 1, No 1 (Jan 2014) Vol 1, No 2 (Jul 2014)
Vol 2, No 1 (Jan 2015) Vol 2, No 2 (Jul 2015)
Vol 3, No 1 (Jan 2016) Vol 3, No 2 (Jul 2016)
Vol 4, No 1 (Jan 2017) Vol 4, No 2 (Jul 2017)
Vol 5, No 1 (Jan 2018) Vol 5, No 2 (Jul 2018)

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Editorial Board 



Emeritus Professor Angela Fawcett

Professor Angela Fawcett, DAS Research Advisor, Emeritus professor at Swansea University, Honorary Professor, University of Sheffield. Former editor-in-chief of Dyslexia an international journal of research and practice, from 2004 -2010, and currently Executive editor of that journal. Professor Angela Fawcett is a leading international researcher into dyslexia and other developmental disabilities, encompassing a range of theoretical and applied contributions to this field. Her approach is broad and interdisciplinary ranging from child and cognitive development to educational screening and intervention, as well as developmental cognitive neuroscience. She is the Vice President of the British Dyslexia Association and also the Former Chair and Director of the Centre for Child Research at the Swansea University, UK.

Executive Editor

Professor John Everatt,
University of Canterbury, New Zealand

John Everatt is a Professor of Education in the College of Education, University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He received a PhD from the University of Nottingham and has lectured on education and psychology programmes at universities in New Zealand and the UK. His research focuses on literacy acquisition and developmental differences, including work considering how literacy difficulties and dyslexia relate to aspects of language, behaviour and emotion.

Managing Editor

Deborah Hewes
Head – Publicity and Publications, Dyslexia Association of Singapore

Associate Editors