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Inaugural editorial

Journal

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Subject

Organisational Behaviour

Authors / Editors

Albarracin D;Conway P;Laurent S;Laurin K;Manzi F;Petrocelli J V;Rattan A;Salvador C E;Stern C;Todd A;Touré-Tillery M;Wakslak C;Zou X

Biographies

Publication Year

2024

Abstract

The commencement of a new editorial tenure within the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition (JPSP: ASC) provides an opportunity for reflection regarding the journal's core mission. The editors recognize that social psychology is at a crossroads due to competing demands that may have led to reduced submissions and posed challenges for previous editors in filling the journal's pages. Now, JPSP: ASC has been allotted more pages to allow for growth during this editorial term. Although this is desirable for the field, it adds to the pressure of identifying articles for publication given the difficulties filling the pages during previous editorial terms. As the premier outlet of social psychology since 1965, will retain its centrality if we increase submissions and publish more articles, while continuing to strive to communicate methodologically trustworthy, intellectually stimulating, and socially relevant research, in a responsible fashion.

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