About AJSLP

The quarterly American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (AJSLP)—an online-only, international, peer-reviewed scholarly journal—has been published continuously since 1991.

Online ISSN: 1558-9110
Print ISSN: 1058-0360

Mission

AJSLP publishes peer-reviewed research and other scholarly articles on all aspects of clinical practice in speech-language pathology. The journal is an international outlet for clinical research pertaining to screening, detection, diagnosis, management, and outcomes of communication and swallowing disorders across the lifespan as well as the etiologies and characteristics of these disorders. Because of its clinical orientation, the journal disseminates research findings applicable to diverse aspects of clinical practice in speech-language pathology. AJSLP seeks to advance evidence-based practice by disseminating the results of new studies as well as providing a forum for critical reviews and meta-analyses of previously published work.

Scope

The broad field of speech-language pathology, including aphasia; apraxia of speech and childhood apraxia of speech; aural rehabilitation; augmentative and alternative communication; cognitive impairment; craniofacial disorders; dysarthria; fluency disorders; language disorders in children; speech sound disorders; swallowing, dysphagia, and feeding disorders; and voice disorders.

Impact Factor

The Journal Citation Reports® 2015 Impact Factor is 1.413, and the 5-year Impact Factor is 2.194. AJSLP ranked 15th of 25 journals in the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology category and 34th of 65 journals in the Rehabilitation category of the Science Citation Index, as well as 27th of 178 journals in the Linguistics category and 22nd of 74 journals in the Rehabilitation category of the Social Science Citation Index.

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