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Call for nominations for Editor-in-Chief for European Psychologist Journal

5 Feb 2009

The EFPA Committee on Scientific Affairs is soliciting nominations for an Editor-in-Chief for the European Psychologist, to take effect from January 2010.

The EFPA Committee on Scientific Affairs is soliciting nominations for an Editor-in-Chief for the European Psychologist, to take effect from January 2010.

The Editor-in-Chief, who enjoys full editorial independence, shall be responsible for the scientific content of the journal, which currently appears in four issues per annual volume.

The mission of the journal is to be the English-language voice of psychology in Europe, integrating all specializations in psychology and providing a general platform for communication and cooperation among psychologists throughout Europe and worldwide. It currently publishes original peer-reviewed articles and contemporary reviews as well as reports in a range of formats on major research, projects, and issues that are likely to be of interest to readers. The terms of office of the Editor-in-Chief will be for three years initially, with the expected possibility of renewal for a maximum of one further 3-year term. Candidates for the position should have prior editorial experience with a peer-reviewed journal of some standing and should be in the position to offer the significant commitment of time, expertise and resources that such a position requires.

Nominations (including self-nominations) should be sent, together with a short description of relevant qualifications and editorial experience, to Prof. Nigel Foreman, Convenor, EFPA Committee on Scientific Affairs (Nigel Foreman, Middlesex University, Hendon, London, UK) email: callei(at)efpa(dot)eu

Requests for further information should be made to the Managing Editor, Verona Christmas-Best, University of Jena, Germany, email Verona.Christmas (at) uni-jena(dot)de

The closing date for receipt of nominations is April 30, 2009.

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