We invite you to submit your work in social and personality psychology to Collabra: Psychology, the official open access journal of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS), published by University of California Press.
If you’ve already heard of us, you will know that Collabra: Psychology is different. It is not just another OA journal, but a journal that actually gives back to the research community through a novel mechanism that recognizes and shares the value contributed by editors and peer reviewers. This page explains it in full.
Additionally, Collabra: Psychology is focused on scientific, methodological, and ethical rigor. Editors and reviewers do not attempt to predict a submission’s impact to the field, nor employ any topic bias in accepting articles — they will check for rigorously and transparently conducted, statistically sound, adequately powered, and fairly analyzed research worthy of inclusion in the scholarly record. The bar is set high.
But, most importantly for this call for papers, Collabra: Psychology has a great team of editors from the social and personality psychology communities, currently including:
Simine Vazire (Senior Editor), University of California, Davis
Brent Donnellan (Senior Editor), Michigan State University
Mitja Back, University of Muenster
Jeremy Biesanz, University of British Columbia
Wiebke Bleidorn, University of California, Davis
Katie Corker, Grand Valley State University
Sam Gosling, University of Texas
Nathan Hall, McGill University
Matthias Mehl, University of Arizona
Elizabeth Page-Gould, University of Toronto
Nairan Ramirez-Esparza, University of Connecticut
Rebecca Schlegel, Texas A&M University
Alexa Tullett, University of Alabama
Beth Visser, Lakehead University
We encourage you to submit your work to us, and to know that you will be supporting one of the first journals that shares actual value with all of the people who do the work and help create a journal’s brand. With many papers now published, we look forward to continued publishing success. Any questions, please contact Dan Morgan.
There are many more successful and innovative features at Collabra: Psychology, including optional open peer review, potential streamlined review for articles rejected from other journals for reasons not related to scientific rigor, article-level metrics, and article annotation from hypothes.is, to name just a few. Please check out the website for the full story: www.collabra.org.
We hope to hear from you soon!
(On behalf of the Editors)
— Dan Morgan, Publisher, Collabra: Psychology