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Timeliness - is it important to publish your results quickly?
The time taken from submission to acceptance, then publication of an article can be an important determinant of which journal to target for publication. However, it is also important to balance the need for timely publication with a quality peer review process.
46,000 journals across a range of publishers. Includes user submitted information on speed of publication
American Psychological Association
Information about manuscript rejection rates, circulation data, publication lag time and other statistics for APA journals
Offers researchers the opportunity to share their experiences and select an efficient journal to submit their work. Includes details of the average time between submission and receiving reviewer comments.