In this episode, I team up again with Dr Rachael Fox (journal editor and academic). We reflect on our publication experiences to share insights that will be especially useful for listeners new to publishing.
· choosing a journal
· the importance of scope, formatting, and proofing
· what to consider when converting a dissertation or thesis into a publication
· getting support from colleagues
· communicating with journal editors
· the mechanics of submission portals
· receiving and responding to reviewer feedback.
Dr Rachael Fox is Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University, Australia. Rachael is Editor of the Australian Community Psychologist, an open access peer-reviewed journal. If you want to keep up to date with Rachael, you can reach out via her university profile page.
Resources mentioned in this episode
The following two tools may be useful in findings suitable journals for your work:
Cite this episode
MacDonald, J. B (Host). (2023, August 3). Tips and tricks for publishing in psychology with Dr Rachael Fox (No. 16) [Audio podcast episode]. In Psych Attack. www.psychattack.com
The audio edit for this episode was completed by Amy Edwards. Dr Jasmine B. MacDonald did a final edit for content.
The transcript for this episode is under development. The version currently available has not been reviewed or edited yet.
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