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41 J. Offender Rehab. xi (2005)

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                                IN MEMORIAM
                              Nathaniel J. Pallone

   Nathaniel J. Pallone, University Distinguished Professor in Psychology at Rutgers,
The State University of New Jersey, died unexpectedly in September 2004 after a dis-
tinguished career as a researcher and teacher. His interests in research and teaching fo-
cused  on psychological criminology,  particularly the psychobiology of criminal
aggression. For 13 years, he expertly guided the Journal of Offender Rehabilitation as
its editor-in-chief. He advanced over 100 issues of the journal, covering topics such as
substance abuse, mental health treatment, and interpersonal violence. By all accounts,
he was an extraordinary editor; he understood the needs of the field, identified solid ap-
plied research that advanced policy, practice, and research, and mentored authors to en-
sure that their manuscripts met the quality and science goals of the journal. His
commitment  to journal was unwavering, as was his commitment to excellence in gen-
   As a tribute to Dr. Pallone's career and his contribution to the Journal of Offender
Rehabilitation, a special issue of the journal is being planned in memory of Dr. Pallone.
This issue will focus on interpersonal violence, an area on which Dr. Pallone wrote ex-
tensively. As part of this issue, there will be several pages devoted to brief personal ac-
counts of and tributes to Dr. Pallone. Papers and tributes for this issue should be sent to
my  attention and referenced for review as part of the special memorial issue.
   The next three issues of the Journal of Offender Rehabilitation will continue to re-
flect Dr. Pallone's contribution to the journal. My role will be limited to in-coming edi-
tor. I will introduce myself, my vision for the journal, and the senior contributing
editor, associate editors, and the external editorial board in the first issue in which I
serve as the editor-in-chief.

Nancy  Wolff PhD

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