ECHO: Journal of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing
ECHO: Journal of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing is an international, peer-reviewed e-journal concerning communication and communication disorders within and among the social, cultural and linguistically diverse populations, with an emphasis on those populations who are underserved.
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ECHO - Current Issue & Archive
Volume 10, Number 2 Fall 2015 posted1/18/2016
2010 NBASLH Convention Proceedings posted 12/02/2010
Volume 5, Number 1 Spring 2010 posted 6/15/2010
Volume 4, Number 1 Spring 2009 posted 3/5/2009
Volume 2, Number 1 Fall 2006 posted 8/31/06
ECHO is an international, peer-reviewed journal that welcomes submissions concerning communication and communication disorders from practitioners, researchers, or scholars that comprise diverse racial and ethic backgrounds, as well as academic orientations.
The journal welcomes submissions from professionals or scholars interested in communication breakdown and/or communication disorders in the context of the social, cultural, and linguistic diversity within and among countries around the world. It is especially focused on those populations where diagnostic and intervention services are limited and/or are often provided services which are not culturally appropriate. It is expected that scholars in those areas could include, but not limited to, speech-language pathology, audiology, psychology, linguistics, and sociology.”
Articles can cover to any aspect of child or adult language communication and swallowing, including prevention, screening, assessment, intervention, and environmental modifications. Special issues of the journal concerning a specific topic may also be suggested by an author or initiated by the editor.
Guidelines for Authors
Topics accepted for publication in ECHO could include, but is not limited to, the following:
Submissions may include:
All manuscripts should be accompanied by a cover letter (e-mail) in which the corresponding author: Requests that the manuscript be considered for publication; Affirms that the manuscript has not been published previously, including in an electronic form; Affirms that the manuscript is not currently submitted elsewhere; Affirms that all applicable research adheres to the basic ethical considerations for the protection of human or animal participants in research; Notes the presence or absence of a dual commitment; Affirms that permission has been obtained to include any copyrighted material in the paper; and Supplies his or her business address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address. All manuscripts must be submitted electronically and should follow the style and preparation presented in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (fifth edition, 2001; see Journal for exceptions to APA style). Particular attention should be paid to the citing of references, both in the text and on the reference page.
Manuscript submissions and inquiries should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.