Propose a Special Issue for Psychological Studies
Psychological Studies welcomes well-formed proposals for potential Special Issues of the journal on key topics of interest. Special Issues should contribute to theory and practice on any topics covering current issues in psychology, the science and practice of psychology, and psychology’s contribution to public policy using any rigorous approach and methods.
If you are interested in assembling a Special Issue for this Journal, please submit a proposal to the Special Issue Editor, Girishwar Misra <email@example.com> with a copy to the Publishing Editor, Sagarika Ghosh <Sagarika.Ghosh@springer.com> along with the Special Issue title, order of Guest Editor(s) (names, titles, affiliations and contact information, and their publication details) and the proposed publishing plan (including the tentative date of paper submission, first round of reviews, final rounds of reviews and publication deadline).
Your proposal must state the need for the proposed Special Issue by outlining:
- how the Special Issue fits within the scope of the Journal
- the advances provided by the papers in relation to existing knowledge
- any novelty provided by the papers, and
- the common theme(s) that make the papers a coherent set
Please check the Aims & Scope <https://www.springer.com/journal/12646/aims-and-scope> of the Journal for more information.