The Journal of Monolingual and Bilingual Speech (JMBS) provides a venue for the publication of original research articles on the scientific study of child and adult spoken language during acquisition or practice in monolingual, bilingual, second language and dialectal contexts, spanning normal and disordered speech, and sign language. The journal aims at establishing multidisciplinary links between psycholinguistics, cognitive and neuro-linguistics, clinical linguistics, speech pathology, educational linguistics, sociolinguistics, and the application of new technologies. Theoretical, experimental, observational, and computational contributions across phonology, phonetics, morphology, syntax, the lexicon, semantics, and pragmatics are welcome. The journal publishes full research articles (max. 9,000 words), review articles (max. 9,000 words), research notes (max. 4,000 words), and book reviews. Special issues are also considered. Read more.