Online submission systems: Bane or boon?
By Lynn McCutcheon

Lynn McCutcheon, Ed. D., editor, North American Journal of Psychology writes: "The Oct. 22 issue of The Source, Cabell's biweekly newsletter, contained a piece entitled 'Tracking your manuscript status in journal submission systems.' The piece was well written, and provided advice that was generally helpful to young authors who are submitting their first manuscript to a scientific journal. That said, I would like to take issue with the very first sentence in the article."

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