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Resources for Clinical Psychology: Publishing

Research resources for graduate students in the Clinical Psychology program.

Additional Information

For more information on Scholarly Communications, Open Access Publishing, Copyright, Measuring Impact and more, checkout the following guide:

Helpful Databases

These databases help you find out more information about a journal:

Rowan Digital Works


Rowan Digital Works is a service of Rowan University Libraries that provides free, worldwide open access to scholarly, creative, and cultural works created by Rowan University community. Collections include Rowan University theses and dissertations; open access articles and papers produced by Rowan University faculty; materials from University archives and special collections; research datasets; student capstone projects, creative and artistic works; and more.

Evaluating Journals

Changing publishing models, including the rise of open access journals, have reshaped the ways in which scholars share and use journal articles. The author-pays model of some open access publications did not give rise to predatory or vanity publishing as is often claimed nor are such problems exclusive to open access publishing. Even traditional subscription journals should be carefully analyzed for quality. Librarians should be aware of the various quality indicators and tools that are available for use by their constituents in evaluating potential places of publication.

Source: ACRL Scholarly Communication Toolkit: Evaluating Journals 

Journal Evaluation Tool

Journal Evaluation Tool
The changing mechanisms of scholarly publishing may make it difficult for you to determine where to publish the results of your research or creative works. In order to assist you in making the best decisions for your work, and to avoid journals that may not be credible, the William H. Hannon Library has developed a rubric for the evaluation of journals. Our focus during the development of this tool was specifically to address the concerns of our Loyola Marymount University faculty about Open Access journals, but this rubric may be applied more broadly to any kind of journal.