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Message 1: CALL FOR PAPERS: FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

Date: Wed, 10 Nov 93 17:18:19 GMCALL FOR PAPERS: FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
From: Zazie Todd <kztpsychology.nottingham.ac.uk>
Subject: CALL FOR PAPERS: FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

Please can you bring this to the attention of any
graduate students working with you who might be
interested?

Thanks,

Zazie Todd
kztpsychology.nottingham.ac.uk

 ***The PSYCGRAD JOURNAL***

 ***SPECIAL ISSUE: FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE***

The Psycholinguistics volume of The Psychology Graduate Students
Journal is planning a special issue on figurative language, to
be published in the Spring of 1994. This is an electronic
journal which aims to publish professional level papers by
graduate students in psychology. Full length articles, review
papers, short research notes, or book reviews relating to any
type of figurative language are invited. The deadline for
submissions is January 31st 1994.

Further information concerning the journal and rules for
submissions follow.

Submissions in any area of psycholinguistics are of course welcome
at any time.

Zazie Todd,
Psycholinguistics Editor, The PSYCGRAD Journal
kztpsychology.nottingham.ac.uk

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 The Psychology Graduate Student Journal: The PSYCGRAD Journal (c)

 ISSN: 1195-325X

 Address: psygrd-jacadvm1.uottawa.ca
 psygrd-juottawa.bitnet

The PSYCGRAD Project is proud to announce that brief papers written
by graduate students in the field of psychology are being accepted
for publication in The Psychology Graduate Student Journal: The
PSYCGRAD Journal (psygrd-jacadvm1.uottawa.ca psygrd-juottawa.bitnet).
The contents of these papers can vary greatly, from informal letters
to the editor, essays, scientific papers, reviews, and articles of
public interest.

This journal is being compiled and produced by a team of 22 editors
covering 21 broad topic areas in the field of psychology. All
editors are graduate students in or directly associated with the
field of psychology. The journal is open for public subscription
and is targeted to anyone interested in psychology.


Executive Editor: Matthew Simpson
Institution: School of Psychology - University of Ottawa
Address: 054340acadvm1.uottawa.ca
 054340uottawa.bitnet

REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBMISSION:

1. All submitted articles should be in text format and sent via e-mail.
 This means that it is sent electronically through internet
 to the editor in text characters, eg. this letter.

2. All articles should contain a table of contents outlined according to
 0.0 Abstract
 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
 etc...

3. Each blocked-topic 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 65 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)
 - use single spacing
 - one space beteeen each reference

6. The author of the article maintains full copyright. However,
 The PSYCGRAD Journal retains the right, for its purposes,
 to replicate and distribute the article.

7. 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 with the permission of
 the Executive Editor if the editor(s) of the second journal
 are notified of this publication, and it is noted in any
 subsequent publication that the article was originally published
 in The PSYCGRAD Journal.

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


FURTHER INFORMATION:

PSYGRD-J
Subscriptions are open to the public. The journal is currently
being maintained by a program called Listserv, and is distributed
to the Internet and Bitnet electronic community. It is the full
intention of the editorial staff that the journal become a
landmark publication in the psychology community and develop
a long-standing tradition.

Archives will be available via FTP at aix1.uottawa.ca and by
The PSYCGRAD Gopher at panda1.uottawa.ca 4010

SUBSCRIBE to the journal by sending the following
command to listservuottawa
 or listservacadvm1.uottawa.ca

sub psygrd-j Yourfirstname Yourlastname

The Psychology Graduate Student Journal: The PSYCGRAD Journal (c)
is part of a larger system, called The PSYCGRAD Project. The project
is broken into three main functions: graduate student discussion and
communication; graduate student publication; and the conveying of
electronic information to graduate students which is relevant to
their study.
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