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Peer Review Week With the ASHA Journals: Trust in Peer Review

Peer Review Week With the ASHA Journals: Trust in Peer Review

Although many annual traditions may not be going ahead as planned this year, the ASHA Journals Program is once again taking part in Peer Review Week 2020. This year’s theme, ...
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AJA Special Issue Spotlights Online Audiology Advances

AJA Special Issue Spotlights Online Audiology Advances

During the 4th International Meeting on Internet and Audiology last June, the attendees had no idea just how quickly their research would be put into widespread practice. In the latest ...
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Using Social Media and Kudos to Share Your Research: A Conversation With Tiffany Hogan

Using Social Media and Kudos to Share Your Research: A Conversation With Tiffany Hogan

Since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, practitioners, educators, and researchers now working from home have turned to social media to find the best articles, resources, and tips from other ...
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2020 ASHA Journals Awards

2020 ASHA Journals Awards

The ASHA Journals Awards encompass two categories of publications-related awards: The Alfred K. Kawana Award for Lifetime Achievement in Publications and the Editor’s Awards. For information on the ASHA Journals ...
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AJSLP Forum on Innovations in Clinical Practice for Dual Language Learners, Part 2

AJSLP Forum on Innovations in Clinical Practice for Dual Language Learners, Part 2

Last year, the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (AJSLP) published Part 1 of a forum focused on dual language learners. Dual language learners, young children learning two languages at the ...
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New LSHSS Forum Highlights Morphological Awareness

New LSHSS Forum Highlights Morphological Awareness

Morphemes are the smallest linguistic unit of meaning—and the ability to consider and manipulate them, known as morphological awareness (MA)—plays a big role in language and literacy success. In fact, ...
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Latest AJSLP Special Issue Highlights Best Practices in Swallowing Treatment

Latest AJSLP Special Issue Highlights Best Practices in Swallowing Treatment

The Charleston Swallowing Conference at Northwestern University is the largest multidisciplinary meeting of experts in dysphagia in the country. In the latest special issue from the American Journal of Speech-Language ...
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Support National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month With the ASHA Journals

Support National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month With the ASHA Journals

Cleft and craniofacial conditions affect thousands of people in the United States every year. These conditions are frequently associated with speech and hearing disorders—and can even be life-threatening. In recognition ...
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Taking the Next Step: How to Join the ASHA Journals Editorial Board

Taking the Next Step: How to Join the ASHA Journals Editorial Board

Each summer, the ASHA Journals team begins the process of recruiting editors-in-chief (EICs), editors, and editorial board members (EBMs). EICs and editors serve 3-year terms. EBMs serve for 1 year, ...
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Submit Your Preprints to the ASHA Journals!

Submit Your Preprints to the ASHA Journals!

We’re happy to announce that ASHA Journals now welcome submission of manuscripts that have been released as preprints on a preprint server, individual website, or a required institutional repository. What ...
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June Is Aphasia Awareness Month and Dysphagia Awareness Month: Learn More With the ASHA Journals

June Is Aphasia Awareness Month and Dysphagia Awareness Month: Learn More With the ASHA Journals

The ASHA Journals cover such a variety of topics across the professions that, sometimes, it may be challenging to decide what to read next. This month, we’d like to highlight ...
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Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Clinicians Working With Adults

Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Clinicians Working With Adults

Although Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM) this year is different than anything in recent (or distant!) memory, we hope that you’re taking advantage of the BHSM resources available to ...
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New JSLHR Article and ASHAWire Special Collection Highlight CAPD and Other Auditory Conditions in Military Service Members and Veterans

New JSLHR Article and ASHAWire Special Collection Highlight CAPD and Other Auditory Conditions in Military Service Members and Veterans

It is well documented that people with a history of military service are at a significant risk for hearing loss and tinnitus due to noise exposure and ear damage. Further ...
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Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Communication at Work

Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Communication at Work

Every May, ASHA leads the observance of Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM), a time for raising awareness about communication disorders. Given the pandemic, BHSM this year is focusing on ...
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LSHSS Forum Highlights the Importance of Grammar Education and Treatment

LSHSS Forum Highlights the Importance of Grammar Education and Treatment

Grammatical difficulties can be associated with developmental language disorder (DLD), autism, hearing impairment, intellectual disability, and complex communication needs—diagnoses that nearly every speech-language pathologist (SLP) will work with at some ...
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