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Aphasiology(研究方向:临床神经学) (官网投稿)

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Aphasiology(月刊),创刊于1987年,出版国家为英国。Aphasiology涉及语言障碍和残疾以及由脑损伤引起的相关疾病的所有方面。杂志包括关于失语的临床,心理,语言,社会和神经学观点的论文,并且吸引研究人员和实践者读者在言语和语言病理学,神经学,神经心理学和神经语言学方面的兴趣,也吸引他们投稿。
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2017220日星期一

                        

 

Instructions for Authors

 

About the journal

 

Aphasiology is an international, peer reviewed journal, publishing high-quality, original research. Please see the journal’s Aims & Scope for information about its focus and peer-review policy.

 

Please note that this journal only publishes manuscripts in English.

 

This journal accepts the following article types: review articles, research reports, clinical forums, research notes and book reviews.

 

Review articles - peer-refereed, reflective theoretically based papers exploring existing thinking, methodologies, and presenting new perspectives.

Research reports - accounts of qualitative and quantitative enquiries, including implications for future practice and directions for future research.

Clinical forums - discussion and exchanges of views on key clinical issues.

Research notes - short reports on work of a preliminary nature.

Book reviews - concise and critical insights into newly published books.

 

Peer review

 

Taylor & Francis is committed to peer-review integrity and upholding the highest standards of review. Once your paper has been assessed for suitability by the editor, it will then be double blind peer-reviewed by independent, anonymous expert referees. Find out more about what to expect during peer review and read our guidance on publishing ethics.

 

Preparing your paper

 

All authors submitting to medicine, biomedicine, health sciences, allied and public health journals should conform to the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals, prepared by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE).

 

We also refer authors to the community standards explicit in the American Psychological Association's (APA) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct.

 

Structure

 

Manuscripts should be compiled in the following order: title page (including Acknowledgements as well as Funding and grant-awarding bodies); abstract; keywords; main text; references; appendices (as appropriate); table(s) with caption(s) (on individual pages); figure caption(s) (as a list).

 

Word limits

 

Please include a word count for your paper.

A typical manuscript for this journal should be no more than 7500 words; this limit does not include tables, references, figure captions, endnotes.

 

Style guidelines

 

Please refer to these style guidelines when preparing your paper, rather than any published articles or a sample copy.

 

Please use British -ise spelling style consistently throughout your manuscript.

 

Please use double quotation marks, except where "a quotation is 'within' a quotation". Please note that long quotations should be indented without quotation marks.

 

Any direct quotation, regardless of length, must be accompanied by a reference citation that includes a page number. Any quotation over six manuscript lines should have formal written permission to quote from the copyright owner. It is the author's responsibility to determine whether permission is required from the copyright owner and, if so, to obtain it. (See Using third party material in your article for more information about seeking copyright permission.)

 

Submissions involving research with aphasic participants should include, wherever necessary (and this will be the case for most submissions), adequate participant descriptions and assessment details. Brookshire (1983) provides a list of factors (below) reviewed and updated recently by Roberts et al. (2003) that referees can bear in mind when evaluating a submission: Aphasia Type Vision Handedness Sex Hemianopia Participant source IQ Hemiparesis First Language speaker Mood/Affect Time since onset Lateralisation of damage Severity Years of education Localisation of damage

 

Greater detail will be required for single case studies than for large group studies. For single case studies detailed and clear assessment details including raw scores on assessments are usually required. Robey et al. (1999) recommend that for single case treatment studies, sufficient detail (e.g., raw scores, descriptive statistics) is required so that standard deviations can be calculated from data presented to allow meta-analysis of series of published single case treatment studies.

 

Authors and referees please note that Aphasiology requires that the word 'aphasic' is written as an adjective, not a noun. There are two reasons for this. The first is the grammatical one and the second is that it is perceived as offensive by some to describe an aphasic person as 'an aphasic'. The first reason is trivial but adds support to the second, which is important. So the word 'aphasic' should always be qualified by 'participants, speaker, subject, client, patient, person', whichever is appropriate for the field of study (e.g., 'patient' in the context of a medical study, 'speaker' for linguistic and phonetic studies).

 

Abbreviations that are specific to a particular manuscript or to a very specific area of research should be avoided, and authors will be asked to spell out in full any such abbreviations throughout the text. Standard abbreviations such as RT for reaction time, SOA for stimulus onset asynchrony or other standard abbreviations that will be readily understood by readers of the journal are acceptable. Experimental conditions should be named in full, except in tables and figures.

 

Review articles

In writing your paper, you are encouraged to review articles in the area you are addressing which have been previously published in the journal, and where you feel appropriate, to reference them. This will enhance context, coherence, and continuity for our readers.

 

Formatting and templates

 

Papers may be submitted in any standard format, including Word and LaTeX. Figures should be saved separately from the text. To assist you in preparing your paper, we provide formatting templates.

 

A LaTeX template is available for this journal.

 

Word templates are available for this journal. Please save the template to your hard drive, ready for use.

 

If you are not able to use the templates via the links (or if you have any other template queries) please contact authortemplate@tandf.co.uk

 

Endnotes should be avoided unless absolutely necessary. Essential footnotes should be indicated by superscript figures in the text and collected on a separate page at the end of the manuscript.

 

Tables should be kept to the minimum. Each table should be typed double spaced on a separate page, giving the heading, e.g., "Table 2", in Arabic numerals, followed by the legend, followed by the table. Make sure that appropriate units are given. Instructions for placing the table should be given in parentheses in the text, e.g., "(Table 2 about here)".

 

Submitting your paper

 

This journal uses ScholarOne Manuscripts to manage the peer-review process. If you haven't submitted a paper to this journal before, you will need to create an account in the submission centre. Please read the guidelines above and then submit your paper in the relevant author centre where you will find user guides and a helpdesk.

 

If you are submitting in LaTeX, please convert the files to PDF beforehand (you may also need to upload or send your LaTeX source files with the PDF).

 

Please note that Aphasiology uses Crossref™ to screen papers for unoriginal material. By submitting your paper to Aphasiology you are agreeing to originality checks during the peer-review and production processes.

 

On acceptance, we recommend that you keep a copy of your Accepted Manuscript. Find out more about sharing your work.

 

编辑委员会

 

编辑:

Chris Code

心理学院 ,华盛顿州Singer实验室,Exeter大学,Perry路,Exeter EX4 4QG,英国

 

北美编辑:

Heather Harris Wright

Department of Communication Sciences and DisordersCollege of Allied Health SciencesEast Carolina UniversityGreenvilleNC 27834USA

 

副主编:

Argye Hillis  - 约翰霍普金斯大学,美国巴尔的摩

David Howard - 纽卡斯尔大学,英国纽卡斯尔

Lyndsey Nickels - 麦考瑞大学,悉尼,澳大利亚

Claus W. Wallesch - 德国埃尔扎克神经病医院

 

书评评编辑:

Roelien Bastiaanse

Faculteit Der LetterenRijksuniversiteit GroningenPO Box 7169700 GroningenThe Netherlands

 

编辑委员会:

Thomas H. Bak - 英国

Marcelo L. Berthier - 西班牙

Hugh W. Buckingham - 美国

Stefano F. Cappa - 意大利

Leora Cherney - 美国

Carl Coelho - 美国

Paul Conroy - 英国

Patrick Coppens - 美国

Julius Fridriksson - 美国

Elaine Funnell - 英国

Jean K. Gordon - 美国

Brooke Hallowell - 美国

Manfred Herrmann - 德国

John Hodges - 澳大利亚

Audrey L. Holland - 美国

Richard C. Katz - 美国

Matti Laine - 芬兰伦纳德


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