The Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS) is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal for psychology students worldwide. JEPS is run by highly motivated European psychology students and has been publishing since 2009. By ensuring that authors are always provided with extensive feedback, JEPS gives psychology students the chance to gain experience in publishing and to improve their scientific skills. Furthermore, JEPS provides students with the opportunity to share their research and to take a first step toward a scientific career.
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Announcements

 

Call for Junior Editor

 

The Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS) is looking for a highly motivated psychology student who can dedicate his/her time and be a part of its Scientific Affairs Team!

This position ("Junior Editor”) enables you to learn about the scientific publishing process, gain experience in editing and participate in the formation of a scientific journal. 

Essential tasks include:

  • Assuring that manuscripts meet APA standards
  • Monitoring the review process of manuscripts
  • Recruiting reviewers for the Board of Reviewers
  • Communicating with Associate Editors, Reviewers, authors and other stakeholders
  • Participating in discussions on the journals daily workings and future developments
  • Being proactive about improving the JEPS’ services and student research in general

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the position!

Please complete and send your application form and CV to applications@efpsa.org until 29.10.2014, 23:59.

We are looking forward to your application!

Posted: 2014-10-20
 

JEPS Bulletin: New Interview Series in the JEPS Bulletin

 

The JEPS Bulletin has launched an interview series with leading scientists in the field of Psychology, asking them about their research experiences, career paths, challenges and advice for students!

The first interview is with Prof. Daniel Gilbert from Harvard University. What was the biggest challenge in his career? What is he looking for in student working under his supervision? Find out at the JEPS Bulletin.

Posted: 2014-10-08
 
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