Collabra: Psychology, is a mission-driven Open Access (OA) journal from the University of California Press that has seven sections representing the broad field of psychology, and a highlighted focus area of “Methodology and Research Practice.” As the official journal of SIPS, Collabra: Psychology supports the principles of Open Science, including a mandatory open data policy (please see our Editorial Policies for full details). In addition, the journal has incorporated innovative policies and procedures including an optional open-review process and a revenue-sharing policy for reviewers. Currently, the journal has seven senior editors who manage the seven sections, and more than fifty associate editors who handle submissions.
Collabra: Psychology is looking for new associate editors! If you believe in the mission of the journal and would like to become an associate editor, please complete the survey below. You will be asked to provide a link to your CV, along with a brief (500-word) description of your editorial philosophy and any editorial experience you’ve had. We value diversity and want an editorial staff that reflects that. Members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. Prior experience is not required, and workloads for associate editors are generally light, so this can be a great opportunity to gain experience with the editorial process.