European Review of Social Psychology (ERSP)
As of January 1st 2019, Dr. Hodson is an Editor-in-Chief at the European Review of Social Psychology.
ERSP has an impact factor of 4.5, placing it #5 out of 63 in social psychology (according to the figures for 2018).
The journal is supported by an Editorial Board comprising some of the top researchers and theorists in the field of social psychology.
In addition to directly inviting authors to make contributions, ERSP also accepts direct submissions from potential authors. We are pleased to receive unsolicited proposals for contributions to ERSP that meet the following criteria:
• papers are review articles, not empirical articles (with the exception of meta-analyses, where the authors themselves must have published primary source empirical work on the topic)
• authors are typically relatively well-established, with at least 4-5 publications on the topic
• the article focuses on the author's own work (but other works are referred to where needed)
• papers provide sufficient detail within the text, tables, and figures that readers can understand previously published papers based on the present text
• the journal's core focus is social psychology, but papers drawing from other disciplines (e.g., individual differences; developmental psychology) are also invited, providing that the topic has strong links to social psychology, and pertains directly to interests within social psychology (e.g., prejudice, aggression, pro-social behaviour).
ERSP is a premium outlet for publishing theoretically interesting and empirically supported ideas that shape and guide the field, allowing researchers to fully explore their ideas.
Proposals are mandatory and are reviewed by the editors (and typically by reviewers); if proposals are accepted, a full paper is then solicited. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the incoming Editors at the addresses below. See ERSP homepage for details, and ERSP submission portal to submit proposals.
Gordon Hodson, PhD
Brock University, Canada
Rhiannon Turner, PhD
Queens University Belfast, UK
email@example.com www.qub.ac.uk/research-centres/ciir bit.ly/rhiannonturner