Manuscript Writing

The following resources from ASHA and other sources provide the requirements for publication in ASHA journals, including recognized reporting standards, as well as general tips on manuscript writing.

Publishing in ASHA Journals

Information for ASHA Journal Authors
Detailed submission instructions, including editorial, production, and peer review policies of ASHA journals. Recognized reporting standards include

Manuscript Writing Tips

ASHA's Clinical Research Education (CREd) Library Publishing Resources
Includes presentations from multiple sources, including ASHA's Pathways and Lessons for Success program

Writing Scientific Manuscripts: A Guide for Undergraduates [PDF]
An introduction to the publication process, peer review, and writing scientific manuscripts; published in Journal of Young Investigators

How to Write a Paper in Scientific Journal Style and Format
Information on how to write each section of a paper; from Bates College

Purdue Online Writing Lab APA Formatting and Style Guide
Examples of the general format of APA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and references, revised according to the 6th edition, second printing of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association

APA Style Blog
Experts who work with APA Style every day post weekly about writing, publishing, and APA Style

Journal/Author Name Estimator (JANE)
Identifies potential journals to which you might submit your manuscript, as well as potential reviewers and citations; from The Biosemantics Group

Chapter 10: Getting Published and Increasing Your Visibility [PDF]
Tips on where, when, and how to publish; from Making the Right Moves: A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty (2nd ed.; Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Burroughs Wellcome Fund)

Publishing a Technical Article
Information for undergraduates on publishing a technical article; from webGURU, Northeastern University

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