Affective Science invites proposals for papers to include in a special issue that will showcase novel empirical evidence examining interventions that can modify psychological well-being in meaningful, durable, and scalable ways.
Contributions are welcome from multiple disciplines including – but not limited to – psychology (health, social, personality, biological, developmental, clinical, cultural, organizational & industrial, cognitive, etc.), public health (social & behavioral sciences, epidemiology, health policy, global health), neuroscience, communication science, economics, sociology, and computer science.
Proposals for a full length empirical article, theoretical/conceptual/opinion article, or brief report should be a maximum of two-pages double spaced. Data collection must be completed and data must be fully analyzed at the time of submission.
Proposals must be submitted to: email@example.com by Oct 1, 2021; authors invited to contribute a full article will be notified Nov 1, 2021, and full manuscripts will be due Mar 1, 2022. Early to advanced stage, as well as researchers from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.
Questions can be directed to: Laura Kubzansky, Eric Kim, or Judy Moskowitz at firstname.lastname@example.org
This announcement was originally published by the Society for Affective Science, see the full call for papers on their website here.