The In-Mind Foundation is soliciting nominations for the associate editorship of its magazine. In-Mind Magazine is the leading journal to communicate social psychology to lay audiences.
The In-Mind Foundation is soliciting nominations for the associate editorship of its magazine. In-Mind Magazine is the leading journal to communicate social psychology to lay audiences. The new associate editor is expected to begin service on or before November 1, 2013. We are seeking two editors for three years and two for two years. Please indicate your preferred period in your letter.
Description of the Magazine:
In-Mind Magazine is a leading international magazine for communicating social psychology to the general audience. We publish research overviews intended for a broad audience. Working with In-Mind means you will be cooperating with scholars from all over the world.
Associate Editors will edit peer-reviewed manuscripts and be responsible for incorporating reviewer comments, questions, and changes into manuscripts. The associate editor will also be corresponding with authors to resolve queries and check the manuscript for accuracy and quality. Additional smaller duties related to the overall goal of the magazine may be requested from time-to-time. Please take note that all our positions are voluntary.
Minimum Skills and Requirements:
Candidates for the position must be scholars with an outstanding motivation to communicate important ideas from our field to a lay audience. They must also possess strong administrative skills pertinent to the management of top-tier academic publication processes, and should be willing to contribute to the acquisition of manuscripts for our journal.
- Third-Year Graduate student (or higher) in (Social) Psychology
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Work effectively toward common goals as a team member
- Identify potential problems and opportunities
- Listen to readers’ feedback and communicate their issues, needs, and interests to the Editors-in-Chief Reine van der Wal and Selin Kesebir