The Psychologist-Manager Journal
• Judith Albino, TPMJ Editorial Board Member, honored as 2013 Distinguished Psychologist in Management
• APA Acquires Psychologist-Manager Journal
The new ownership paves the way for more practice content and a wider range of contributors, say its editors (from Monitor on Psychology, June 2013)
The Psychologist-Manager Journal is a scholarly publication for members of the Society of Psychologists in Management (SPIM) and others with similar interests. Conceptualized as a hybrid between a journal and a professional guide to good managerial practice, it is directed at the practicing psychologist-manager.
Submissions are invited for the following areas:
- Management Principles: The Theory of Management: Full-length articles discussing a particular theoretical application. The relevance for the practice of psychology in management should always be clear.
- Live from the Firing Line: The Practice of Management: These brief articles should be lively, well-written, first-hand experiences illustrating particularly effective management techniques or methods, difficult situations or failures. The experiences should hold general appeal to the readership and should clearly communicate the learning that came from the experience.
- Research Tools for the Psychologist-Manager: Original empirical research relevant to the practicing psychologist-manager. Studies of applications of management to psychology or psychology to management are welcome, provided they have clear and direct implications for the psychologist-manager.
- Book Reviews and Other Submissions: Innovative contributions of value to psychologist-managers are encouraged.
Here you'll find guidelines for submitting proposals, calls for papers, tips for preparing manuscripts, APA policies, and more