I'm in the process of familiarizing myself with both RoR and database design, which has me seeking some resurance (or tips for change) on my current problem.

I'm creating a list of journal articles, books and book chapters. Each article, book and chapter has many authors.

Models and their columns (not the actual code):
model: Journal
  name, abbreviated_name, url
model: AuthorInfo
  last_name, first_name, middle_name,

model: Author
 author_info_id, authored_id, authored_type
model: Book
  name, edition, publisher, year
model: Article
 title, year, journal_id, volume, issue
model: Chapter
  title, book_id
The relationships are as follows:
Code Ruby:
class Journal < ActiveRecord::Base
  has_many => :articles
class AuthorInfo < ActiveRecord::Base
  has_many => authors
class Author < ActiveRecord::Base
  belongs_to => :authored, :polymorphic => true
  belongs_to => :authorinfo
class Book < ActiveRecord::Base
  has_many => :chapters 
  has_many => :authors, :as => :authored
class Article < ActiveRecord::Base 
  belongs_to => :journal
  has_many => :authors, :as => :authored
class Chapter < ActiveRecord::Base
  belongs_to => :book
  has_many => :authors, :as => :authored

Example for journal article:
Title: "Neuroplasticity and the frontal lobes", authors: J Kilman, T Spence, Z Atoms. Journal: Neuron

This would hopefully be associated with: one row in the Articles table, 3 rows in the Authors table (one for each author), 1 row in the Journal table. Each author would have one row on the AuthorInfos table.

Does this make sense, is there a better way to do this?