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Call for Special Article Collection Proposals

Cogent Psychology

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  • 0.322 (2020) SJR

As a fully Open Access and peer-reviewed journal, Cogent Psychology publishes original research, reviews and replications that span the full spectrum of psychological inquiry. As part of Taylor & Francis, and under the expert guidance of the global editorial team, the journal’s mission is to make quality research accessible to all.

About the Call for Special Article Collection Proposals

To celebrate the relaunch of Cogent Psychology, under a brand-new Editorial Team, led by Professor Daryl O’Connor (University of Leeds, UK), we are offering an exciting opportunity to host a Special Article Collection with several Open Access fee waivers included.

Therefore, is there a particular area of psychological science that you feel deserves attention? Is there an emerging research area that we need to know more about? Are you working with a group of colleagues on a common issue? If so, why don’t you submit a proposal for our consideration

For a chance to be considered, entrants must submit a proposal before July 15th, 2022. The call is for ideas for a special issue in any of our 9 sections (see below) including meta-science. It is anticipated that the collection will include a minimum of 7 articles. The Editor-in-Chief and Section Editors will then select their preferred proposal and the future Guest Editors, working with the cogent team, will place a Call for Papers. All selected papers will undergo the normal peer review process.

What do I need to do next?

Submit a 500 word (max) proposal, including a title, a brief summary of the background and scope for the Call for Papers in any of our 9 sections

Submission instructions

  • Submit your proposal to Professor Daryl O’Connor, the Editor in Chief by July 15th, 2022 at [email protected]

  • The team of Guest Editors should be composed of a minimum of two Guest Editors and ideally should hold a PhD/ MD and have some previous publishing and editorial experience.

  • Guest Editors should hold a PhD/ MD, have significant editorial experience and ideally be geographically diverse (different institutions and countries) to expand potential contributor network and prevent potential conflicts of interest during the review process.

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