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How do I get permission to reproduce ASHA Journals Content?

Unless otherwise noted, the publisher, which is the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), holds the copyright on all materials published in its journals, whether in print or electronic form, both as a compilation and as individual articles. All journal content is subject to “fair use” provisions of U.S. or applicable international

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Are there any resources I should consult before submitting a registered report?

The Open Science Framework offers a number of resources, including checklists, for registered reports: Nosek, et al. ( offer helpful reflections on challenges to registered work in practice. Declare Design help researchers formalize their research design and simulate data (

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Open Access Options

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ASHA Journal Policies

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Conflicts of Interest

Get information on ethical considerations for reviewers regarding conflicts of interest.