Tagged: speed

Results of the Second PeerJ Author Survey

It is nearly two years since we began publishing PeerJ articles since our launch in February 2013, and with the recent announcement that PeerJ is to be included in the Web of Science we...

You can’t teach speed – Interview with an Author

Today we published a study that might put an end to the debate about the existence of innate talent. ‘You can’t teach speed: sprinters falsify the deliberate practice model of expertise’ indicates that training...

Results of the First PeerJ Author Survey

We recently passed the six month mark for publishing PeerJ articles, and so we felt it would be a good time to take stock and conduct an Author Feedback Survey to see how we...

How Fast is PeerJ?

Here at PeerJ we know that speed is one of the most important factors when choosing where to submit your articles. PeerJ accelerates your research in three important ways: 1. If your work passes...

Interview With an Author – Andreas Haas

On the 16th of July we launched the PeerJ Line Islands Collection. As this was our first Collection we thought it would be helpful to interview one of the authors to ask them about their...

Interview With an Author – Mitch Aide

Last week we published “Real-time bioacoustics monitoring and automated species identification” by T Mitchell Aide (of the University of Puerto Rico) et al. This fascinating paper describes a new system for identifying and monitoring the...

Interview With an Author – Robert Johansson

Today’s ‘Interview With an Author’ is with three time PeerJ author Robert Johansson. Robert is a PhD student at Linköping University in Sweden and has just had his second (“Affect-focused psychodynamic psychotherapy for depression...

The Reviews Are In – PeerJ is Fast!

PeerJ is rapidly gaining a reputation for fast and fair editorial decisions, and so we would thought this would be a good time to highlight some of the spontaneous reactions we have been seeing...