LINGUIST List 4.132

Sat 27 Feb 1993

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  1. Zazie Todd, CALL FOR PAPERS
  2. BIRKS NEIL BRENDAN, GET PUBLISHED

Message 1: CALL FOR PAPERS

Date: Fri, 19 Feb 93 14:17:21 GMCALL FOR PAPERS
From: Zazie Todd <kztpsychology.nottingham.ac.uk>
Subject: CALL FOR PAPERS


 ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THE PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT JOURNAL
 REQUEST FOR PAPERS

**Feature Topic: PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

Submissions are invited from graduate students for the psycholinguistics
volume of the electronic journal, PSYGRD-J.
I am especially looking for:
- original articles describing your own research
- review articles covering any area of psycholinguistics
- book reviews
- other submissions also welcome

**Please send your submissions to...
**Editor: Zazie Todd, University of Nottingham.
 email: kztpsychology.nottingham.ac.uk

 Articles which have been accepted for publication will be compiled
 into a volume of The Psychology Graduate Student Journal: The
 PSYCGRAD Journal (c).

 (c) The Psychology Graduate Student Journal is a production of The
 PSYCGRAD Project (Copyright by Matthew Simpson).

REQUIREMENTS:

1. All submitted articles should be in text format.

2. All articles should contain a table of contents outlined according to
 1 Main topic number one
 1.1 First sub-topic of main topic one
 1.1.1 First sub-sub-topic of main topic one
 1.2 Second sub-topic of main topic one
 2 Second main topic

3. Each paragraph should begin with the appropriate number outlined in
 the table of contents.

 (Items 2 and 3, mentioned above, are necessary because bold and
 italic fonts are not recognized on most electronic-mail systems).

4. Each line should be no greater than 70 columns in width. This is
 necessary to decrease line-wrapping across systems.

5. APA guidelines must be adhered to (except where otherwise
 inconvenienced by electronic format, eg. items above)

6. Articles must not have been published elsewhere in written form.
 (Not published in journals; May have been posters or talks at
 conferences)
 Articles accepted for publication in The PSYCGRAD Journal may
 be published elsewhere at a later date.

7. After the title of each article, the author's name, postal address,
 e-mail address and affiliated institution must appear.

8. A list of keywords must also be provided.
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Message 2: GET PUBLISHED

Date: 24 Feb 1993 10:56:39 -0700GET PUBLISHED
From: BIRKS NEIL BRENDAN <birksucsu.Colorado.EDU>
Subject: GET PUBLISHED


You are invited to submit original undergraduate writing to the

 JOURNAL OF UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

a forum for undergraduate writing concerning liberal arts. The Journal's
purpose is to allow ideas to be communicated to a large audience and to provide
students with the opportunity to be recognized for superior academic
achievement. To reach these goals, all submissions must be clearly written and
deal with subjects that require little technical knowledge.

Chosen submissions will be published in an electronic archive (ftp zone), where
they may be read by anyone who can gain access to a computer, modem, and
telephone jack. This facility will increase the availability of quality
undergraduate research and allow one's work to be read by thousands.

All interested undergraduates should submit one page, via email,
containing the following information:

 1) name
 2) class standing (FR, SO, JR, SR, SR5)
 3) school's name
 4) paper's subject
 5) summary of paper
 6) total page number (between 5 and 15 single spaced)

The summary is the most important element at this stage. It will be used to
determine whether the full paper is appropriate for the Journal.

The admission deadline for the May 1993 publication is April 1, 1993.
Summaries will not be accepted after this date.

Below are the names and email addresses of the editors who will receive and
review your work. Please send an electronic copy of the one page form to
the editor that reviews material from your school's state or country.

Adam Fox
email address: foxaucsu.Colorado.EDU

 accepting material from students in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire,
 Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey and
 Canada.

Kyle Brinkman
email address: brinkmakCarleton.EDU

 accepting material from students in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware,
 West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
 Florida, the District of Columbia, and European countries.

Naveen Chopra
email address: chopraleland.Stanford.EDU

 accepting material from students in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas,
 Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Asian
 countries.

Jason Bowman
email address: jbowmancasbah.acns.NWU.EDU

 accepting material from North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas,
 Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Michigan,
 Ohio, African countries, and Australia.

Neil Birks
email address: birksucsu.Colorado.EDU

 accepting material from Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada,
 Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii,
 and all countries in the western hemisphere besides the U.S. and
 Canada.

If you have any questions about the journal or emailing copies of papers to the
regional editors please email your questions to the following address:

 foxaspot.Colorado.EDU

Thank you and good luck. We will acknowledge you when we have received and
read your work.

Adam Fox
Managing Editor
University of Colorado
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