The Publications Committee and the Board of Directors of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology have opened nominations for the editorship of Personality and Social Psychology Review (PSPR). The editor's term is typically 4 years, to begin January 1, 2018. The editor's stature in the field should be commensurate with PSPR's high quality and impact; the editor typically holds the rank of professor.
Nominations, which may include self-nominations, should include a CV and statement of one page or less. All inquiries or nominations should be submitted to Shige Oishi via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Review of nominations by the PSPR Editor Search Committee (Shige Oishi [chair], Steve Neuberg, Bernadette Park) will begin on March 1, with recommendations to be submitted to the SPSP board by July 1, 2017.
The current publication committee members (Shige Oishi, Steve Neuberg, and Judith Harackiewicz) will be at the SPSP convention in San Antonio, and happy to chat with you about the position.
Shige Oishi, Steve Neuberg, and Judith Harackiewicz