Research Things

Beall’s List – A list of suspect journals compiled by Jeffrey Beall at the University of Colorado Denver. There are lists for both open-access publishers and journals. (Beall’s List)

Design Better Research Posters – A blog about how to improve research posters & poster presentations. (Better Posters)

Journal Finders – There are a number of “journal search engines” that help identify which journals would be a good match for your manuscript using your title, abstract or keywords. (Elsevier, JANE, Springer)

Journal Reviewer – This is an excellent website that compiles reviews of journal review, including average turnaround time for comments, tone of reviewer feedback, etc. A great help when going through the process of submitting a manuscript for publication!  (Journal Reviewer website)

Literature Review HQ – Fantastic website with many lit review resources, posts and insights. Invaluable for students and researchers. (Lit Review HQ)

Psychology’s Feminist Voices – History project documenting the work of feminist psychologists. The project started in 2004 and the site has been live since 2010. It has brief biographies, interviews, video clips and documents. If you’re trying to locate key sources and important scholars in a particular area, this is a great resource. (Psychology’s Feminist Voices)

PsycINFO Journal Coverage List – Not sure about a particular publisher or journal? One way to check them out is to see if the journal (and publisher) is indexed by PsycINFO, a trusted database. (Check out the list)

SPARK Research Blog – Girls reflecting on research studies and the impact they have on their daily lives. (Research Blog)