Call for Nominations for Journal Editors

Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology

APA Division 47 (Exercise and Sport Psychology) and the P&C Board are pleased to welcome nominations and self-nominations for the editorship of Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology for the years 2017–2022.

Jeffrey Martin, PhD is the incumbent editor.

Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology is committed to publishing evidence that supports the application of psychological principles to facilitate peak sport performance, enhance physical activity participation, and achieve optimal human performance. Articles are published in three sections (Sport Psychology, Exercise Psychology, and Performance Psychology) and include experimental studies, correlational studies, evaluation studies, and qualitative research, directed primarily at applied scientists and practitioners. Read more about the journal.

Candidates should be available to start receiving manuscripts in January 2016 to prepare for issues published in 2017.

The ideal candidate will be someone who is knowledgeable in the broad domains of sport, exercise, and performance psychology, and possesses excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills. Participation by members of underrepresented groups is encouraged and will be welcomed. Self-nominations are also accepted and encouraged.

Search Committee:

  • Kate F. Hays, PhD (Co-Chair)
  • Britton W. Brewer, PhD (Co-Chair)
  • Edmund O. Acevedo, PhD
  • Diane L. Gill, PhD
  • Shane Murphy, PhD

Submit nominations, including self-nominations through APA's EditorQuest website.

Prepared statements of one page or less in support of a nominee can also be submitted by email to Ieshia Haynie, Editor Search Liaison.

Deadline for accepting nominations is February 1, 2015, when reviews will begin.

School Psychology Quarterly

APA Division 16 (School Psychology) and the P&C Board have opened nominations for the editorship of School Psychology Quarterly for the years 2017–2021.

Shane Jimerson, PhD, is the incumbent editor.

Deadline for accepting nominations is February 15, 2015, when reviews will begin.

Nominate candidates through APA's EditorQuest website.

Prepared statements of one page or less in support of a nominee can also be submitted by email to Stephanie Pollock, Managing Director, APA Journals.

Candidates must be available to start receiving manuscripts in January 2016 to prepare for issues published in 2017.

School Psychology Quarterly is committed to publishing empirical studies and literature reviews of the psychology of education and services for children in school settings, encompassing a full range of methodologies and orientations, including educational, cognitive, social, cognitive behavioral, preventive, cross-cultural, and developmental perspectives. Focusing primarily on children, youth, and the adults who serve them, School Psychology Quarterly publishes research pertaining to the education of populations across the life span.

The ideal candidate will be someone who is knowledgeable in the broad domains of the psychology of education and services for children in school settings. In particular, we seek nominees who are scholarly and highly respected for their research, in addition to being informed about current scientific activity in the field. Equally important is the ability to be a good manager and maintain the level of work required to sustain the journal's production for the 5-year term.

In addition to the obvious editorial activities, responsibilities include managing a budget, meeting deadlines, and filing reports to APA. The editor must exercise good judgment in the selection of consulting editors and reviewers and be able to communicate editorial decisions effectively and sensitively to diverse authors. Above all, the editor is expected to maintain the highest ethical and scientific standards with respect to scientific publication.

Please note that participation by members of underrepresented groups in the publication process is encouraged and will be welcomed. Self-nominations are also encouraged.

The new Editor will be expected to join APA and Division 16 if not already a member. All other qualifications being equal, preference will be given to candidates who have been a member of Division 16 for at least two years.

Search Committee:

  • Suzanne Corkin, PhD (Co-Chair)
  • Vincent C. Alfonso, PhD (Co-Chair)
  • Patricia Bauer, PhD
  • David E. McIntosh, PhD
  • Melissa Pearrow, PhD

International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation

The APA Publications and Communications Board is pleased to welcome nominations and self-nominations for the editorship of International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation for the years 2017–2021. 

Dr. Judith Gibbons, PhD, is the incumbent editor.

Nominate candidates through APA's EditorQuest website.

Prepared statements of one page or less in support of a nominee can also be submitted by e-mail to Stephanie Pollock, Managing Director, APA Journals.

Candidates should be available to start receiving manuscripts in January 2016 to prepare for issues published in 2017.

The ideal candidate will be someone who is knowledgeable in the broad domains of international psychology and possesses excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills. Participation by members of underrepresented groups is encouraged and will be welcomed. Self-nominations are also accepted and encouraged.

If not already a member, the new Editor must become an APA member, remaining as such throughout the editorial term. Preference will be given to candidates who have been members of APA for at least two years.

International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation is committed to publishing research that examines human behavior and experiences around the globe from a psychological perspective. It publishes intervention strategies that use psychological science to improve the lives of people around the world. The journal promotes the use of psychological science that is contextually informed, culturally inclusive, and dedicated to serving the public interest. 

The world's problems are imbedded in economic, environmental, political, and social contexts. International Perspectives in Psychology incorporates empirical findings from education, medicine, political science, public health, psychology, sociology, gender and ethnic studies, and related disciplines to address international and global issues.

Search Committee:

  • David Dunning, PhD (Co-Chair)
  • Craig Shealy, PhD (Co-Chair)
  • Lynette Bikos, PhD
  • Jacque Eccles, PhD
  • Michelle Gelfand, PhD

Deadline for accepting nominations is February 15, 2015, when reviews will begin. We look forward to receiving your nominations.