Welcome to SAGE Psychology News. This month’s newsletter will provide a special focus on the American Psychological Association (APA) annual meeting in August, as well as research from the leading journals in psychology, including new special issues and noteworthy articles. Don’t forget to keep up-to-date with the latest calls for papers and submit your manuscript to our journals!
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Most-read article from TOP, “A Naturalistic Investigation of Media Multitasking While Studying and the Effects on Exam Performance.”
Check out Psychology of Women Quarterly’s Article Collection: Defining and Cracking the Glass Ceiling. Challenges from Feminist Scholarship.
Read this recent article from The Counseling Psychologist, “Religious and Sexual Identities: An Intersectional, Longitudinal Examination of Change in Therapy.”
SAGE has recently launched open access journal Music & Science in association with SEMPRE. The journal’s point of departure is the idea that science – or, more accurately, the sciences – can help us to make sense of music and its significance in our lives.
The June 2017 Special Issue on Sluggish Cognitive Tempo from Journal of Attention Disorders includes studies with participants spanning in age from 4 to 64 years and from four continents, helping to move the field toward a life span, transcultural understanding of SCT. Read the introduction to the special issue.
The July 2017 issue of Journal of Humanistic Psychology is part 1 of a Special Series on Psychedelics from the journal. See what the first installment has to offer today!
The July Special Issue on Global Autism Research in Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice aims to highlight some of the work happening around the world in autism research and expand the emphasis on global scientific inquiry of autism.
The July issue of International Journal of Behavioral Development features a Special Section on Family and Cultural Contexts of Parental Discipline and Child Adjustment, guest edited by Jennifer E. Lansford.
The 20th Anniversary Intergroup Contact Special Collection celebrates GPIR’s twenty years of high quality content surrounding intergoup contact.
Journal of Adolescent Research welcomes new editor Nancy Deutsch from University of Virginia! Her research interests include qualitative research methods, adolescent development, and identity development and we are excited for her to lend her expertise to the journal.
The International Association for Correctional and Forensic Psychology (IACFP) announces a search for the next Editor of Criminal Justice and Behavior. The incoming editor will serve a three-year term beginning January 1, 2018. The editor will be responsible for soliciting, reviewing, and making final decisions on all submissions to the journal that examine psychological and forensic aspects of the juvenile and criminal justice systems.
Read the guest editorial, “On the Ecological Validity of Computer Displays” by Alan Gilchrist, in the July issue of Perception, online now.
In a timely development, the JHP editorial board has approved a new policy on data sharing.
The new rules will be trialled for one year from 1 July 2018. JHP will require data sharing as a condition of publication of all quantitative studies in the journal. Please note that the new rules will apply to quantitative studies only, not to qualitative studies.
Full details of the data sharing rules are available in the Submission Guidelines, paragraph 3, Publishing Policies.
This August Group Analysis will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary with 50 days free access, coinciding with the GASi 17th International Symposiium in Berlin, 15-19th August, 2017.
Membership to APsaA offers a broad range of benefits, from a quarterly magazine and members-only discussion forums to opportunities for networking with senior analysts and candidates.
Membership supports the Association's advocacy efforts on behalf of medical information privacy as well as initiatives to advance psychoanalysis — issues that are important to the psychoanalytic profession.
Read "Preferred Interpersonal Distances: A Global Comparison," featured in The Times, Travel & Leisure, The Guardian, and more.
Transactional Analysis Journal Recent and Upcoming Themed Issues
This journal has recently featured the following themed issues:
Upcoming themed issues include:
If you’re happy and you know it: Music engagement and subjective wellbeing by Melissa K. Weinberg and Dawn Joseph
Psychedelic Psychotherapy: Insights From 25 Years of Research by William A. Richards
What is the impact of volunteers providing care and support for people with dementia in acute hospitals? A systematic review by Claire L Hall, Joanne Brooke, Sarah T Pendlebury, and Debra Jackson
SCCT and Underrepresented Populations in STEM Fields: Moving the Needle by Nadya A. Fouad and Mercedes C. Santana
Strengthening Positive Parenting in the Context of Intimate Partner Abuse by Ané M. Maríñez-Lora and Marta L. Cruz
Clinical Reasoning in the Assessment and Planning for Intervention for Oppositional Defiant Disorder by Gabrielle Wilcox and Alethea Heudes
Reduced Effective Emotion Regulation in Night Owls by Alexandra L. Watts and Ray Norbury
Psychological Characteristics and Predictors of Suicide Probability in High-Risk Prisoners by Patricia A. Gooding, Nicholas Tarrier, Graham Dunn, Yvonne Awenat, Jennifer Shaw, Fiona Ulph, and Daniel Pratt
Tempted to Text: College Students’ Mobile Phone Use During a Face-to-Face Interaction With a Close Friend by Genavee Brown, Adriana M. Manago, and Joseph E. Trimble
Optimizing Outcome in Autism Spectrum Disorders by Deborah Fein, Marianne Barton, and Thyde Dumont-Mathieu
Biobehavioral Approaches to Aggression Implicate Perceived Threat and Insufficient Sleep: Clinical Relevance and Policy Implications by Edelyn Verona and Melanie L. Bozzay
Electroencephalographic Correlates of Suicidal Ideation in the Theta Band by Sang Min Lee, Kuk-In Jang, and Jeong-Ho Chae
Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society publishes peer-reviewed scientific studies in human factors/ergonomics that present theoretical and practical advances concerning the relationship between people and technologies, tools, environments, and systems. Papers published in Human Factors leverage fundamental knowledge of human capabilities and limitations – and the basic understanding of cognitive, physical, behavioral, physiological, social, developmental, affective, and motivational aspects of human performance – to yield design principles; enhance training, selection, and communication; and ultimately improve human-system interfaces and sociotechnical systems that lead to safer and more effective outcomes.
Articles encompass a wide range of multidisciplinary approaches, including laboratory and real-world studies; quantitative and qualitative methods; ecological, information-processing, and computational perspectives; human performance models; behavioral, physiological, and neuroscientific measures; micro- and macroergonomics; evaluative reviews of the literature; methodological analyses; and state-of-the-art reviews that cover all aspects of the human-system interface. Human Factors also publishes special issues that focus on important areas of human factors/ergonomics in an integrated manner.
Human Factors published its first issue in 1958. It is the flagship journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Submissions on a wide variety of topics are welcome.
Health Psychology Open is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, online-only journal providing rapid publication that aims to support and help shape research in health psychology from around the world. Its mission is to provide a platform for traditional empirical analyses as well as more qualitative and/or critically oriented approaches to health psychology across all areas of the topic.
Journal of Black Psychology (JBP) presents the most innovative peer-reviewed, empirical, theoretical, and methodological research on the behavior and experiences of Black and other populations from Black or Afrocentric perspectives. The journal offers complete and balanced coverage of the latest advances through original articles and special features such as Research Briefs, Essays, Commentary, and Media Reviews.
Journal of Career Development provides the professional, the public, and policymakers with the latest in career development theory, research and practice, focusing on the impact that theory and research have on practice. Among the topics covered are career education, adult career development, career development of special needs populations, career development and the family, and career and leisure.
Journal of Adolescent Research (JAR) aims to publish informative and dynamic articles from a variety of disciplines focused on adolescence and early emerging adulthood development. JAR has particular interest is in papers that use mixed-methods, systematically combining qualitative and quantitative data and analyses and seeks rigorous qualitative research using a variety of strategies including ethnography, in-depth interviews, case studies, and photo elicitation.
Psychological Reports (PR) is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed journal that publishes original and creative contributions to the field of general psychology. The journal carries experimental, theoretical, and speculative articles and comments in all areas of psychology. Preference is given to papers that are deemed to be of interest across specialties of psychology that are written in a way to be read by a wide range of people interested in the field of psychology.
Perceptual and Motor Skills has been dedicated, since 1949, to new science in learning, memory, executive functioning, perception, and motor skills, making it one of the earliest and most prolific journals in neuropsychology. Prospective contributors should continue to address similar perceptual and motor skills content, but should direct new manuscripts toward theory and practice under broad conceptual themes of Development (Biological/Environmental), Clinical Problems (Assessment/Intervention), and Peak Performance (Learning/Sports).
The International Journal of Behavioral Development is now accepting articles for a special issue on Social Norms and Behavioral Development, guest edited by René Veenstra, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra and Gerine Lodder (all based at University of Groningen, the Netherlands). The deadline for a brief letter of intent is September 18, 2017.
The Special Issue “Seeing Colors” follows up on an International Symposium that took place from September 19 –21, 2016 at the University of Regensburg, Germany. All contributors to that symposium are welcomed to submit a paper based on their presented or other related work. The Call for Papers is also open to all research in the area of color vision with a focus on either basic mechanisms, applied research and/or clinical applications.
Deadline now extended through September 5th! This Special Collection seeks to bridge a gap in current knowledge by bringing together scholars working at the intersection of Evolution and Politics to examine why humans have evolved to possess broad ranging political traits. How is it that having political attitudes and beliefs is a universal phenomenon, yet there are wide individual differences in the content of those beliefs?
The Group Analytic Society international (GASi) in cooperation with the Berliner Institut für Gruppenanalyse e.V. (BIG) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Gruppenanalyse und Gruppenpsychotherapie (D3G) are hosting the 17th International Symposium in Group Analysis – Crossing Borders: Social, Cultural and Clinical Challenges. The Symposium will enrich group analysis by participants sharing theoretical ideas, research and clinical practice, via a programme of lectures, papers, panel presentations and workshops.
August 15-19, 2017
The European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) is an annual meeting devoted to scientific study of human visual perception. ECVP has been held each year since 1978, and attracts a wide variety of participants from such fields as Psychology, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science. Browse previous ECVP Abstracts and Lectures here.
August 27-31, 2017
The Pan-African Psychology Union (PAPU) and the Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA), together with PAPU members in Africa, look forward to hosting the first-ever continental psychology congress with Invited Address, Symposia, Oral Presentations, Posters and Pre-Conference Workshops.
September 18-21, 2017
Durban, South Africa
Join us at the HFES 2017 International Annual Meeting at the JW Marriott in Austin, Texas, October 9-13. Registration opens July 10.
October 9-13, 2017
The biennial conference of the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE) brings together researchers from all the disciplines involved in the study of emotion from all over the world to meet and share their work. ISRE 2017 will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn the state-of-the-art in emotion research.
July 26-29, 2017
St Louis, MO, USA
Child Development: An Active Learning Approach 3e by Laura E. Levine and Joyce Munsch
Marriages & Families in the 21st Century by Tasha R. Howe
Abnormal Psychology 2e by William Ray
An Introduction to Statistics: An Active Learning Approach 2e by Keith Carlson and Jennifer Winquist
Cognitive Psychology In and Out of the Laboratory by Kathie Galotti
The Process of Statistical Analysis in Psychology by Dawn McBride
Statistics for the Behavioural Sciences 3e by Gregory Privitera
Statistics for Research in Psychology by Rick Gurnsey
Relationship Matters Podcast Number 67 “Circumnavigating the cost of support: Variations in cortisol as a function of self-efficacy and support visibility: Dr Erin Crockett talks about her study into the visibility of support and its impact on cortisol and stress levels in people with high and low self-efficacy. Read the associated article here.
Listen to the rest of the Relationship Matters Podcast Series.