Title

REJECT RESUBMIT LETTERS FROM EDITORS - PROS AND CONS

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1992

Department

Psychology

Abstract

Experienced authors are familiar with the traditional types of letters from journal editors. accept, reject, and revise/resubmit. An increasingly evident fourth type of letter is reject/resubmit, whose benefits are a potentially quicker turnaround time, and slightly better chance of publication. The costs, however, include extra work for editors, reviewers, and authors. Editors are urged to consider these costs and benefits and to accurately communicate to authors about their chances for publication when deciding which type of letter to write.

Publication Title

JOURNAL OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND PERSONALITY

Volume

7

Issue

3

First Page

363

Last Page

366

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