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The NLP Research Journal contributes to the widely-acknowledged need for a research-minded approach to NLP.
The NLP Research Journal contributes to the widely-acknowledged need for a research-minded approach to NLP. The papers illustrate the welcome diversity of NLP usage and include papers by both academic and practitioner researchers, across sectors including education, health, business and psychotherapy. They report variously on NLP practice; conceptual issues; and applications of NLP as research methods.
As an ANLP Member, you get online access to the current issue of Current Research in NLP within the members only area.
Depending on your membership level, you also have access to a number of Research articles which have been published since 2008.
If you are non member or have missed a printed issue or PDF of Current Research in NLP or would like a PDF copy of a specific article, you can order your PDF or printed copy (subject to availability), from our online shop.
Current Research in NLP was first published in 2009, and contains proceedings originally presented at the first NLP Research Conference at the Surrey University. The second issue contains proceedings from the Second International NLP Research Conference held at Cardiff University in 2010 and the third issue followed the 2012 Research Conference, held at the University of Hertfordshire.
The Journal invites submissions of papers including empirical research, conceptual and theoretical discussions, scholarly reviews and critical analyses that are directly relevant to NLP. Submissions utilising either quantitative or qualitative approaches, or both, are welcomed.
Each paper is reviewed by the editor and, if judged suitable for this publication, is sent to two referees for double blind peer review.
Guidance on format of submissions:
All papers are peer-reviewed. Acceptance depends on achieving the relevant standard and revisions may be required; the editor’s decision is final.
Download The Research in NLP Author Guidelines
Please click here to send your Research submissions to ANLP