The Journal of Human Sciences and Extension is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes on a wide range of subjects, including human development, family studies, agricultural education, leadership development, and health and wellness among others. Each issue includes sections dedicated to Original Research, Brief Reports, and Practice and Pedagogy. Recent original research has included such articles as "Teacher Training and Student Learning Outcomes in Family and Consumer Sciences: A Mentoring and Co-teaching Case Study" and "Maintaining Intergenerational Solidarity in Mexican Transnational Families." Recent brief reports have focused on topics such as reducing risky behaviors among youth and the association between mindfulness and relationship satisfaction. Finally, articles targeted toward practitioners address such topics as "What Works for Parents: How Parents Support Their Children with Math Homework in Rural Ghana."