Journal Surveys

The Journal Surveys project is a way for scholars to provide feedback about their experiences with journals. Authors are encouraged to submit information about how long it took for their paper to be reviewed, the quality of the comments received, and whether their paper was accepted or not, among other things. Demographic data, such as race, gender, and professional status, is also collected.

All the data collected is available to the public, in both raw and synthesized form. We hope that it will help authors navigate the journal submission process. Please contact us at if you have suggestions related to this project.

To access the survey, raw data, and statistics, click here.

The APA Blog expresses its thanks to Andy Cullison for initiating this project, and to David Bourget, Steve Pearce, PhilPapers and the Center for Digital Philosophy for building and hosting the platform.