What is the turn-around time for journals?

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* An article in the [http://www.spsp.org/student/pdf/forum05spsu.pdf Spring/Summer 2005 issue] of the FORUM has a study conducted on journals in Social/Personality psychology in which 163 published authors in the Social/Personality field rated each journal on reputation and turn-around time.   
* An article in the [http://www.spsp.org/student/pdf/forum05spsu.pdf Spring/Summer 2005 issue] of the FORUM has a study conducted on journals in Social/Personality psychology in which 163 published authors in the Social/Personality field rated each journal on reputation and turn-around time.   
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* There is no relationship between journal prestige/reputation and journal turn-around time. As can be seen on Table 2 of the Spring/Summer 2005 FORUM, journals considered to be highly prestigious have:  
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* There appears to be no relationship between journal prestige/reputation and journal turn-around time. As can be seen on Table 2 of the Spring/Summer 2005 FORUM, journals considered to be highly prestigious have:  
:: Quick turn-around time (Psychological Science, PSPR),  
:: Quick turn-around time (Psychological Science, PSPR),  
:: Average turn-around time (Psychological Bulletin, JESP, PSPB),  
:: Average turn-around time (Psychological Bulletin, JESP, PSPB),  

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Quick turn-around time (Psychological Science, PSPR),
Average turn-around time (Psychological Bulletin, JESP, PSPB),
Slow turn-around time (JPSP).



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