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December 2004
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec2004, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p1225
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This article presents the summary publication statistics of the "Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research" for 2003. These summary statistics provide data on acceptance/rejection rates that may be used by tenure and promotion committees, average manuscript processing times for authors who are considering submitting a manuscript, and information on the diverse types of manuscripts in speech-language pathology and audiology that the journal receives. As of October 2004, the circulation of the journal was 17,614. Accepted manuscripts are those for which a final decision to accept, with no provisions, has been made, whereas rejected manuscripts are those that have been judged unsuitable for publication and for which no revision or resubmission has been requested. The submission-to-decision interval is calculated from the date the editor's office receives the manuscript to the date a final decision is made. That interval represents all three journal sections and includes time for peer review, revision or resubmission by the author, and final review and decision of the editor. Of the 248 manuscripts received in 2003, 11% were identified by authors as containing issues related to cultural and linguistic diversity and/or ethnographic research.


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