Journal of Research in Reading

ISI Journal Citation Reports® Ranking 2008: 26/112
(Education & Educational Research)
19/42 (Educational Psychology)
Impact Factor: 1.113

Journal of Research in Reading provides an international forum for researchers into literacy. It is a refereed journal principally devoted to reports of empirical studies in language and literacy, and to informed reviews of related literature. It also includes brief research notes, notices of conferences and reviews of books and published research reports. The journal welcomes papers researching issues relating to literacy in its broadest context including writing and spelling, work with children and adults, and across the full range of research paradigms. Announcement...

Virtual Issue now free online! Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Reading

The new virtual issue of Journal of Research in Reading presents a cross-section of papers from recent issues of the journal that have presented data on key contemporary issues in reading and on how to support the development of reading. These papers represent a broad range of topics with international relevance and diverse methodologies, drawn from a variety of complementary disciplines.

The Editor

Dr Julia Carroll
Department of Psychology,
University of Warwick,
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Editorial Board

John Beech, Kate Cain, Anne Castles, Ros Fisher, Simon Liversedge, Catherine McBride-Chang, Debra Myhill, Robert Savage, Rhona Stainthorp, Morag Stuart

There is also a large Editorial Advisory Group from UK, Europe, Australia and USA.

You can find further details about the Journal of Research in Reading and notes for contributors by going to the Wiley-Blackwell website at

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