Reading Research Quarterly

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Impact Factor: 1.65

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 16/53 (Psychology Educational); 27/219 (Education & Educational Research)

Online ISSN: 1936-2722

Associated Title(s): Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, The Reading Teacher

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In collaboration with the editors of Reading Research Quarterly and the Journal of Literacy Research, Betsy Baker of the University of Missouri offers Voice of Literacy, biweekly podcast interviews with literacy researchers as they discuss the implications of their research. Visit the website to view RRQ-related podcasts and join the online discussions among researchers, teachers, parents, principals, and policymakers.

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RRQ welcomes research-oriented manuscripts that make significant contributions to advancing knowledge and understanding of reading and of literacy, broadly defined. See the Author Guidelines to submit your manuscript today!!

Ranked Among Leading Journals in Education!

According to Thomson Reuter's rankings of journals in the social sciences, Reading Research Quarterly ranks 27th out of 219 journals in Education and Educational Research. RRQ is also 16 out of 53 journals in Educational Psychology. RRQ received a 2013 Impact factor of 1.65.

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