Some Guidelines for Publishing Quantitative Research in Sex Roles

Cirleen DeBlaere, Matthew Hesson-McInnis
2015 Sex Roles  
Many of the studies published in Sex Roles: A Journal of Research represent quantitative research. To ensure that this research continues to be of high caliber and impact, the Editorial leadership outlines here some general guidelines for consideration by authors who intend to submit research that utilizes quantitative methods and analyses to Sex Roles. Both authors will be part of the journal's editorial team and will serve as Consultants to the Editor for submissions that draw on quantitative
more » ... methods. We recognize that quantitative methods are diverse and consistently evolving. Furthermore, methodology and analyses should not be circumscribed by regulations, but rather should be guided by a study's purpose, hypotheses, and data. Given those caveats, the following recommendations are offered as general guidelines, not dictates. These guidelines, however, do reflect good or best practices and should be incorporated where and when appropriate.
doi:10.1007/s11199-015-0569-7 fatcat:s4ks3po25nd45oqp5qtmmwrliu