Article Types

BIOLINGUISTICS currently publishes articles of the following types:

Type Description Abstract required? Peer review model1
Identity transpareny Reviewer interacts with Review information published
Article Regular articles reporting original empirical research (including replications) or detailing theoretical advances. Yes Double anonymized Editor None
Registered Report Articles reporting original empirical research (including replications) in accordance with our guidelines for Registered Reports. All submissions undergo double anonymized peer-review twice, once prior to in-principle acceptance and a second time after the study has been carried out. Yes Double anonymized Editor None
Brief Brief reports of original research or theoretical developments, focusing on a single aspect of a subject matter. All submissions undergo double anonymized peer-review. No Double anonymized Editor None
Review Reviews of books and other relevant media. Submissions are peer-reviewed. No Single anonymzed, double anonymized Editor None
Forum Opinion pieces of varying length, discussing original research, theoretical developments, or other relevant issues, published in BIOLINGUISTICS or elsewhere. Submissions are reviewed by the Editorial Team (Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors). In addition, they may be sent for external review at the discretion of the Editor-in-Chief No All identities visible, single anonymized, double anonymized Editor, authors None

1See STM (2021). A Standard Taxonomy for Peer Review [vers. 2.1]. OSF. https://osf.io/7j6ck/