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Editorial

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 January 2008

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I am pleased to announce recent changes to Applied Psycholinguistics. Twenty-nine people from 10 countries have joined the Editorial Board. They are scholars and scientists who represent the spectrum of disciplines and theoretical perspectives that inform the research in the Journal. Both you, the readers, and I, the Editor, owe a debt of gratitude to the excellent members who have terminated their mandates and to those who have agreed to stay on as Board members for another term. Their guidance and contributions have helped to make Applied Psycholinguistics the journal that it is today.

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I am pleased to announce recent changes to Applied Psycholinguistics. Twenty-nine people from 10 countries have joined the Editorial Board. They are scholars and scientists who represent the spectrum of disciplines and theoretical perspectives that inform the research in the Journal. Both you, the readers, and I, the Editor, owe a debt of gratitude to the excellent members who have terminated their mandates and to those who have agreed to stay on as Board members for another term. Their guidance and contributions have helped to make Applied Psycholinguistics the journal that it is today.

In addition, the editorial structure of the Journal has been changed. I have been joined by three Associate Editors: Albert Costa from the University of Barcelona, Aydın Durgunoğlu from the University of Minnesota Duluth, and Theodoros Marinis from the University of Reading. I very much welcome their help. The four of us are endlessly grateful to the very thoughtful and capable reviewers whose wise counsel is most appreciated by us and our authors.

Under this new editorial structure, the Journal has now converted to using the Scholar One electronic system for submissions. This conversion would not have been as smooth without the expertise that Amy Buckland demonstrated during the conversion process as well as the excellence she provides to the ongoing coordination of the Journal. In addition, I would like to acknowledge the support of the personnel from Cambridge University Press who work closely with us on the Journal, in particular, Robert Dreesen, our Commissioning Editor, and Nancy BriggsShearer, our Project Managing Editor.

We all look forward to your new submissions and to working with you on preparing them for publication.

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