Journal Of Speech, Language And Swallowing Research (DKYAD): Instructions For Authors

THE TITLE PAGE

The manuscript should not include any information about the identities of author(s). The names, affiliations, contact information such as addresses and e-mails and ORCID Nos of author(s) should be submitted as a separate title page. Any acknowledgements should also be mentioned on the title page. The title page should be written using Times New Roman font, 12 font size, bold and middle-aligned. In case where there is more than one author, the names of authors should be separated with a comma and the corresponding author should be indicated.

MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION

The website includes an ‘article template’ under ‘for authors’ which should aid in writing the manuscript.

General Considerations

1. The manuscript should be prepared double-spaced and justified in a single column, leaving 2.5 cm. from the bottom, top, left and right side of the page.

2. The manuscript should be written in Times New Roman font and 12 font size. Please see the relevant sections for the information about the title, Turkish-English abstract, tables and figures.

3. The title should be written in Times New Roman font, 12 font size, bold, middle-aligned with the initial letters of the words in capital letters.

4. In case that the study is based on a project or thesis, or presented previously, this information should be provided as a footnote at the end of the title.

5. The length of the entire manuscript should not exceed 10000 words including the references. The abstract should not exceed 300 words for the manuscripts written in Turkish. These manuscripts should also include an extended English summary between (minimum) 400 and (maximum) 2000 words. The abstract should not exceed 300 words for the manuscripts written in English. These manuscripts should also include an extended Turkish summary between (minimum) 400 and (maximum) 2000 words. For English manuscripts, the Editorial Office will provide help in translating the extended summary into Turkish if requested. Please state your request on the title page.

6. The abstracts should be arranged under the following headings: Purpose, Method, Results, and Conclusion.

7. The abstracts should be written in Times New Roman font, 12 font size and justified. The keywords should be (at least) five to (at most) seven words; the keywords must be separated with a comma and written in lower case letters.

8. The main body of the manuscript should appear in the next page after the Turkish and English versions of the abstracts.

9. The first line of each new paragraph in the manuscript should be indented by one tab space, which should be set to 1.25 cm.

10. In empirical research articles, the main body of the manuscript should include introduction, method, results and discussion sections, in that order. The tables and figures, etc. should be attached to the end of the manuscript. However, their place should be indicated by their numbers within the text.

11. The headings should be arranged as follows:

-All the main headings (introduction, method, results, discussion) should be written with the first letter in capital, bold, plain text font and justified,

-The first level heading (i.e. participants, data analysis) should be written with the first letter in capital, bold and left-aligned,

-The second level heading should be written with the first letter in capital, bold, italic and left-aligned,

-The third level heading should be written with the first letter in capital, bold, with 1.25 cm (one tab) space indented,

-The fourth level heading should be written with the first letter in capital, bold, italic, with 1.25 cm (one tab) space indented.

12. The references section should appear at a separate page following the end of manuscript. The writing rules stated in the “Publication Manual of American Psychological Association” (APA) (7th ed.) should be considered both in the manuscript and references.

13. All the citations in the manuscript should be properly stated in the references section, and vice versa.

14. The appendices, if present, should be given under an “Appendix” heading following the references. The numbering should start with Appendix-1, Appendix-2; a heading related to the appendix should be provided. Please see the Appendix-1: The text given to the participants.

The in-text citations should be provided as follows:

(1) Crow (2010) defines the articulation competence as a skill where the inpidual correctly produces the speech sounds belonging to a specific language in a sequential and coherent manner.

(2) Speech sound disorders include problems related to the erroneous production of speech sounds in terms of place, manner, speed, timing and pressure (Crow, 2010).

(3) According to a study by Crow in 2010, the phonological competence refers to a skill in which the speech sounds are utilized appropriately in the language context.

Basic Citation Formats

Type of Citation

In case of the initial citation

Other citations to the same publication

The initial citation in the parenthesis format to the publication

Other citations to the same publication in the parenthesis format

Work by one author

Crow (2009)

Crow (2009)

(Crow, 2009)

(Crow, 2009)

Work by two authors

Crow and Stacey (2009)

Crow and Stacey (2009)

(Crow & Stacey, 2009)

(Crow & Stacey, 2009)

Work by three authors

Crow et al., (2009)

Crow et al., (2009)

(Crow et al., 2009)

(Crow et al., 2009)

Work by four authors

Crow et al., (2006)

Crow et al., (2006)

(Crow et al., 2006)

(Crow et al., 2006)

Work by five authors

Crow et al., (2006)

Crow et al., (2006)

(Crow et al., 2006)

(Crow et al., 2006)

Work by six authors (or more)

Crow et al., (2006)

Crow et al., (2006)

(Crow et al., 2006)

(Crow et al., 2006)

Name of the institution (abbreviated)

Association of Speech and Language Therapists (DKTD, 2006)

DKTD (2006)

(Association of Speech and Language Therapists [DKTD], 2006)

(DKTD, 2006)

Name of the institution (without abbreviation)

Anadolu University (2007)

Anadolu University (2007)

(Anadolu University, 2007)

(Anadolu University, 2007)


Tables and Figures 

1. The title and number of the table should be above the table.

2. The title and number of the table and the text inside should be written in Times New Roman font, 10 font size, single-spaced, and left-aligned.

3. The initial letters in the table numbers should be capital, the table titles should be in italic and the initial letters should be capital.

4. Space should be provided both before the table title and after the table.

5. In the manuscript, a statement referring to the table such as “as shown in Table 1” should be made. The table should then follow.

Table 1

The First Letter of Each Word of the Title Should be Capitalized (Times New Roman-10 Font Size, Left-Aligned)

 

n

f

%

X

SD

Text Times New Roman 10 font size left-aligned

X

Y

Z

 

Y

 

 

Z

 

X

Y

Z

X

Y

Z


6. The title and number of figures should be above the figure.

7. Each word in the title and number of figures should be capitalized and written in Times New Roman font, 10 font size, and left-aligned. The title should be in italic.

8. Space (enter) should be provided both before the figure title and following the figure.

9. In the manuscript, a statement referring to the figure such as “as shown in Figure 1” should be made. And the figure should follow.

10. If the figure is taken from a separate resource, a reference to the source should be given with the page number. 

References 

1. The references should be given in their alphabetical order. In case where the surnames are the same, the initial letters of the first names should be considered.

2. In the paragraph tab and indentation section, the right and left space should be zero, the custom tabs should be hanging and set to 1.25 cm (1 tab).

3. The references should be written with Times New Roman font, 10 font size, double-spaced and justified.

4. Some examples related to reporting the references are provided below. For further information, please see the “Publication Manual of American Psychological Association” (APA) (7th ed.).

Article

Vuolo, J., & Goffman, L. (2020). Vowel accuracy and segmental
        variability differentiate children with developmental language
        disorder in nonword repetition. Journal of Speech, Language, and
        Hearing Research, 63 (12), 3897-4332.
        https://doi.org/10.1044/2020_JSLHR-20-00166 

Book

Bloodstein, O. & Bernstein Ratner, N. (2008). A Handbook on
        Stuttering. Delmar Learning. 

Chapter in edited book

Rvachew, S. (2007). Perceptual foundations of speech acquisition. In S.
        McLeod (Ed.), The International Guide to Speech Acquisition
        (pp:26-30). Delmar Learning. 

Theses

Ünal, Ö. (2011). Nasometric evaluation in resonans disorders: Turkish
        norms for 4-8 year-olds. Unpublished Doctoral dissertation.
        Anadolu University, Institute of Health Sciences, Eskişehir, Turkey 

Internet sources

Britton, L. (2021, Jan. 9). Why does the impact of COVID-19 feel so
        hard for many SLTs? RCSLT Home. https://www.rcslt.org/covid-
        case-studies/impact-of-covid-19-hard-for-many-slts/