British Journal of Social Psychology

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Edited By: John Drury and Hanna Zagefka

Impact Factor: 1.692

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 30/62 (Psychology Social)

Online ISSN: 2044-8309

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EASP Virtual Issue May 2017

A Special Virtual Issue showcasing key work published in the journal was published for the General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology, Granada, 5-8 July 2017. Read it online:

Virtual Issue for the EASP General Meeting.

ISPP Virtual Issue

Read a Special Virtual Issue of the British Journal of Social Psychology for the ISPP Annual Conference - free online for a limited period:

Political Psychology: a special virtual issue of the BJSP to coincide with the ISPP annual conference, July 2015

EASP Virtual Issue

A Special Virtual Issue showcasing key work published in the journal was published for the 17th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology. Read it online:

Virtual Issue for the 17th EASP General Meeting

ICAP Virtual Issue

A Special Virtual Issue on the theme of the BPS Symposium, featuring key articles from British Journal of Social Psychology.:

The BioPsychoSocial Model in Action: Applications for crisis and well-being
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Call for Papers: British Journal of Social Psychology special section on Understanding rapid societal change: Emerging perspectives and methods

BJSP invites submissions to a special section in the British Journal of Social Psychology on the following three themes:

  • Schismatic events as motivators of and explanations for psychological tipping points and social change.
  • Explaining ‘polarization’, broadly defined.
  • How can pivotal intrapersonal changes be connected to broader societal level change?

Timeline:

Deadline for full submissions (by invitation): 31st December, 2017

Deadline for receipt of final manuscript versions following peer review and revisions (anticipated): 10th August, 2018.

Feel free to contact the special section editors with queries:
Laura Smith – l.g.e.smith@bath.ac.uk
Emma Thomas – Emma.Thomas@flinders.edu.au
Andrew Livingstone – A.Livingstone@exeter.ac.uk

Full information is available here

Early Career Researcher Prize

The winner of the 2016 Early Career Researcher Prize 2016 is Dr. Laura Celeste for the paper ‘Minority acculturation and peer rejection: Costs of acculturation misfit with peer-group norms’, published in the British Journal of Social Psychology (Vol 55:3, September, 2016).

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