Journalytics is a curated list of over 11,000 academic journals spanning 18 disciplines that guides researchers and institutions in getting the most impact out of their research.
This is a selected list of journals. All the journals listed on this page are peer reviewed/scholarly journals that are available electronically to the UCO community. The descriptions were obtained from the database, Ulrichs Web or the journal's website. If there is an article you need and we do not have access please feel free to order them for free using Interlibrary loan.
The mission of the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (AJSLP), first published in 1991, is to report peer-reviewed, primary research findings (basic and applied) concerning an array of clinically-oriented topics transcending all aspects of clinical practice in speech-language pathology.
Child Language Teaching and Therapy is an international peer reviewed journal which aims to be the leading inter-disciplinary journal in the field of intervention for and management of children’s speech, language and communication needs.
International Journal of Audiology was created by the merger of Audiology, British Journal of Audiology and Scandinavian Audiology and is an international journal dealing with the needs of the developed and developing world.
The Journal provides new information and theoretical approaches important for understanding normal processes involved in speech, language, and hearing and to the clinical management (e.g., screening, diagnosis, habilitation, or rehabilitation) of communication disorders. The Journal also advances evidenced-based practice by disseminating the results of new experiments as well as critical reviews and meta-analyses of existing experimental work.
The mission of Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools (LSHSS), first published in 1970, is to publish peer-reviewed research articles and other scholarly manuscripts that pertain to the practice of speech-language pathology and audiology in the schools, focusing primarily on children and adolescents.
Topics in Language Disorders, (TLD) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that has as its major purposes: (1) bringing together professionals who have a clinical interest in language and its disorders, transcending disciplinary concerns; (2) clarifying the application of theory to practices in the treatment, rehabilitation, and education of individuals with language disorders; and (3) providing relevant information to practicing professionals dealing with the language disabled.
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