The Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, Division 24 of the American Psychological Association (APA), has opened nominations for the editorship of the Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. Brent D. Slife, PhD, is the incumbent editor.
The successful candidate is expected to join APA and Division 24 if not already a member. The successful candidate should also be available to start receiving manuscripts in early 2020 to prepare for issues published in 2021. Please note that APA encourages participation by members of underrepresented groups in the publication process and would particularly welcome such nominees. Self-nominations are also encouraged.
Although not limited to the following, the committee is also interested in a candidate’s:
Knowledge of theoretical and philosophical psychology and its application in its full breadth.
Record of significant contributions to the literature of theoretical and philosophical psychology.
Openness to a range of diverse orientations and a commitment to the exploration of psychological knowledge in international contexts.
Ability to work with teams of authors to develop innovative special issues/sections of the journal devoted to important theoretical issues in psychology.
Communication skills and management experience.
The chair of the search committee is Stephen C. Yanchar, PhD. Candidates can be nominated through APA’s EditorSearch website or by emailing Sarah Wiederkehr (Associate Publisher) at: email@example.com. Prepared statements of one page or less in support of a nominee can also be submitted by email to Sarah.
Deadline for accepting nominations is Saturday, June 1, 2019, when reviews will begin.
About the Journal
The Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology® is devoted to fostering discussion at the interface of psychology, philosophy, and metatheory. The journal addresses ontological, epistemological, ethical, and critical issues in psychological theory and inquiry as well as the implications of psychological theory and inquiry for philosophical issues and practice in both research and applied settings.
In keeping with the journal's interdisciplinary mission, both psychology and philosophy are construed broadly to encompass a diversity of forms of inquiry such as conceptual, speculative, theoretical, empirical, clinical, historical, literary, and cultural research.
The Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology encourages and facilitates the informed, innovative, and critical exploration and discussion of psychological ideas and practices in both their scientific and philosophical dimensions and interrelationships.
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