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2019 ASHA Journals Awards

2019 ASHA Journals Awards

The Alfred K. Kawana Award for Lifetime Achievement in Publications This award, named in memory of Alfred K. Kawana, former director of ASHA publications, recognizes a sustained history of exemplary ...
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AJSLP Forum on Innovations in Clinical Practice for Dual Language Learners, Part 1

AJSLP Forum on Innovations in Clinical Practice for Dual Language Learners, Part 1

Dual language learners—children who are learning two or more languages at the same time or learning a second language while continuing to develop their first language—make up 27% of children ...
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Track Your Article’s Impact in Real Time with Altmetric and Dimensions!

Track Your Article’s Impact in Real Time with Altmetric and Dimensions!

With so much information available, it’s tempting for authors to track the impact that their articles are having. However, this process can be both time-consuming and confusing. Searching for references ...
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Experiences With Kudos: Speaking to Clinicians

Experiences With Kudos: Speaking to Clinicians

As an author and researcher, there’s a good chance you love talking about your work. As an ASHA Journals author, you can use Kudos both to discuss your findings in ...
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Special Issue and Forum Highlight the 2018 Conference on Motor Speech

Special Issue and Forum Highlight the 2018 Conference on Motor Speech

The 2018 biennial Conference on Motor Speech gathered researchers from around the world to discuss the topics of speech motor control and motor speech disorders. This year, ASHA Journals has ...
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The ASHA Journals Are Now On Editorial Manager

The ASHA Journals Are Now On Editorial Manager

Submitting to the ASHA journals just got easier now that all 5 journals are accepting submissions through Editorial Manager! Editorial Manager is a top online manuscript submission and peer review ...
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Introducing the PREP Development Modules

Introducing the PREP Development Modules

The ASHA Journals Academy is happy to announce the long-awaited launch of the PREP Development Modules, part of the Peer Review Excellence Program (PREP). PREP is designed to make reviewing ...
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Better Hearing and Speech Month: Hearing in Adults

Better Hearing and Speech Month: Hearing in Adults

During the final week of Better Hearing & Speech Month, we wrap up the topic of “Communication Across the Lifespan” by looking at hearing issues in adults. Hearing loss is ...
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AJA Special Issue Featuring Select Papers From the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research Conference

AJA Special Issue Featuring Select Papers From the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research Conference

Tinnitus is an incredibly prevalent disability in the United States, affecting approximately 25% of the general population (Shargorodsky, Curhan, & Farwell, 2010, as cited in Theodoroff & Saunders, 2019a), including ...
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Getting Started With ORCiD

Getting Started With ORCiD

Nancy Minghetti & Mike Cannon
We're writing here today in the first of what we hope to be many collaborations between the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation and the ASHA journals program! In this post, we are ...
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Better Hearing and Speech Month: Speech and Language in School-Aged Children

Better Hearing and Speech Month: Speech and Language in School-Aged Children

From May 19 to 25, Better Hearing & Speech Month continues with a focus on speech and language in school-aged children. Speech and language disorders are some of the most ...
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JSLHR Special Issue Featuring Select Papers From the Aging and Speech Communication Conference

JSLHR Special Issue Featuring Select Papers From the Aging and Speech Communication Conference

Age-related hearing loss is the top communication problem for older adults, and conditions such as listening in a noisy environment or hearing high or low pitches can exacerbate it. The ...
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Better Hearing and Speech Month: Communication Disorders in Toddlers and Preschoolers

Better Hearing and Speech Month: Communication Disorders in Toddlers and Preschoolers

Welcome to Week 2 of Better Hearing & Speech Month! This week, the conversation shifts to communication disorders in toddlers and preschoolers. Feeding and swallowing disorders are the special focus ...
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Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Social Communication in Infants

Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Social Communication in Infants

Each May, ASHA recognizes Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM), an opportunity for ASHA members to help raise awareness about communication disorders. This year, the BHSM theme is “Communication Across ...
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JSLHR Article Examines a New Kind of Data—Amazon Reviews

JSLHR Article Examines a New Kind of Data—Amazon Reviews

Product reviews are meant to help shoppers determine whether or not a product is right for them, but author Vinaya Manchaiah and colleagues believe that these reviews are also important—albeit ...
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