Nominations for the South African Journal of Psychology

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Publish Date:
01 Apr, 2013


Call for Nominations
Editorial Board: South African Journal of Psychology

The Psychological Society of South Africa invites nominations for the Editorial Board of the South African Journal of Psychology (SAJP). The SAJP is embedded in a rich and long history over many decades, and is one of the most widely circulated psychology journals on the African continent. The three-year term for these honorary positions begins in July 2013. Prospective Editorial Board members will be seasoned researchers and academics with extensive records in academic publishing and peer-reviewed scholarly works. The positions involve providing an advisory role to the Editor and his team and conducting peer review assessments on at least three manuscripts each year. Please nominate only individuals who will be committed to providing this level of input to the SAJP. Nominations should be emailed to Ms Fatima Seedat at by 31 May 2013.

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