“This series of live events gives you a chance to talk with current editors of journals that are eager to see your culture-related research. Come to ask questions and hear about their journals and advice!”
Chair: Andrew G. Ryder
Title: Publishing as a Psychologist in Transcultural Psychiatry: Perspectives from a Statistical Editor
Brief description: Title: A Statistical Editor will give an overview of the journal and its benefits to cross-cultural psychologists interested in mental health and well-being, and best practices for publishing quantitative research grounded in cross-cultural psychology.
Psychological Studies (PS)
Chair: Purnima Singh
Title: Mainstreaming applied, cultural and contextual focus- Psychological Studies.
Brief description: The journal of Psychological Studies (PS) being published in 1956 initially by B. Krishnan of the Psychology Department of the University of Mysore is one of the oldest scholarly outlets in Asia.
Participants: Girishwar Misra
International Journal of Intercultural Relations (IJIR)
Chair: Jaimee Stuart
Title: Best practices of publishing in International Journal of Intercultural Relations
Brief description: We invite you to listen to an interactive talk on the International Journal of Intercultural Relations (IJIR). Come learn more about the journal and ask questions.
Participants: Alex English
Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology
Chair: Su Yeong Kim
Title: An Editor’s Perspectives on Publishing in Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology
Brief description: The Editor will provide an overview of the editorial process, common mistakes by international authors, and common themes she has seen of successful authors. Authors can also bring questions to engage with the Editor on questions about the journal.
Asian Journal of Social Psychology (AJSP)
Chair: Kim-Pong Tam
Title: Publishing Your Work in Asian Journal of Social Psychology
Brief description: Please come to meet the Editor-in-Chief of the Asian Journal of Social Psychology to learn more about the journal and ask questions.
Editors Panel: Publishing in SPSP journals to Increase Geographical Diversity in Our Science
Chair: Ayse K. Uskul
Brief description: This symposium brings together Editors of all 3 SPSP journals (PSPB, PSPR, SPPS) who will describe journal policies, type of articles they hope to publish, and initiatives taken to making the field of social and personality psychology more diverse.
Participants: Jonathan Adler, Margo Monteith, Michael Robinson
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
Chair: Deborah L. Best
Brief description: Meet the outgoing and incoming Editors-in-Chief of the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology to hear JCCP news and advice, ask questions, and say “goodbye” and “hello” to the editorial teams!
Participants: Sylvia Xiaohua Chen,