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This journal does not accept unsolicited submissions. Rather the editor and editorial directors extend invitations to prospective authors of review articles based on a prospective author's record of recent refereed articles and other current publications on a particular topic.

IRIS Digital Repository

IRIS is a collection of instruments, materials, stimuli, and data coding and analysis tools used for research into second languages, including second and foreign language learning, multilingualism, language education, language use and processing. Materials are freely accessible and searchable, easy to upload (for contributions) and download (for use). ARAL supports the IRIS database for research instruments by recommending all authors of empirical studies upload their instruments. Please see for more information and to upload. Any questions may be addressed to