I was quite excited when skimming an email I received recently about the new issue of the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. There were two new research articles on Apraxia. Upon closer examination I realized they were both about Acquired Apraxia of Speech (in adults who had normal speech before a precipitating event like a stroke) rather than about Developmental Apraxia of Speech and I was less excited.
I was reflecting on how nice it was to automatically receive the Table of Contents of each new issue along with links to each article. Anyone can go to the ASHA Journals email alerts page and sign up with their email address to automatically receive the new Table of Contents for each new issue of the four journals published by ASHA. When you click on the link for an interesting article, you will be taken to a page with a description of the article. ASHA members can sign in and read the full text of any of the articles.
Signing up for the email alerts is a great way to keep up with the ASHA journal publications.