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Eat, Sleep, Work

University of South Australia

Number of Issues : 1

Subject: Neuropsychology, Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine, Neuroscience, Social Policy, Labor, Population & Health Economics

ISSN: 2205-0612
eISSN: 2206-5369



License type: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
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Since the focus of this journal is on developing researchers, we will publish work that makes a contribution to what we know about an area, as well as work that contributes to how we investigate and communicate this knowledge. Broad categories for submissions include:

  • New Scientists, New Science: work that makes an important contribution to knowledge
  • Lessons in Methodology: work that highlights the strengths and/or limitations of particular approaches to research
  • Analytic Techniques: Work that clearly demonstrates novel, commonly-used or rarely-used techniques in qualitative or quantitative analysis that may be of benefit to developing researchers 
  • State of the Art: review articles expressing a position in a particular area
  • Calls to Arms: Work that highlights the need for research in particular areas
  • Mentorship: scholarly reflections on researcher development from the perspective of mentees or mentors, targeted for an audience that includes both

We will consider the following formats:

  • Journal articles
  • Short Reports
  • Review Articles
  • Case Studies
  • Letters to the Editor

We are also very happy to publish PhD thesis abstracts with short student biographies - we want to let the field know about our colleagues transitioning into post-study roles.


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Ideas: We are creating new knowledge and developing new ideas for current world issues.

Solutions: We are taking on the challenges of tomorrow by finding solutions through our world class research today.

Connections: We are partnered globally and nationally with academic, research and industry leaders to help build a vibrant and successful society.

We are a university for the 21st century.


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Jill Dorrian


Principal Contact

Dr Jillian Dorrian
Centre for Sleep Research and the Centre for Social Change

University of South Australia
Psychology Social Work & Social Policy
GPO Box 2471
Adelaide SA 5001

Phone: +61 (08) 8302 6624
Fax: +61 (08) 8302 6623



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