The Editors’ Corner: Conducting and Publishing Integrative Science
Saturday 25 March
11:00 – 12:20 (11:00 AM – 12:20 PM)
How does integrative science (drawing broadly on research conducted at multiple levels of analysis and from multiple disciplinary perspectives within and outside of psychological science) fit with the mission of top psychological journals? How is integrative science research evaluated? What are the barriers in publishing integrative science papers? What are the important things to know for early career researchers who are embracing an integrative approach? What are some of the future directions for integrative science? A unique panel of editors of leading psychological science journals will answer these questions and share their perspectives on integrative research.
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Co-Chair: Chair: Gabriella Vigliocco, Deafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre, University College London, United Kingdom
Co-Chair: Qi Wang; Department of Human Development, Cornell University, USA
D. Stephen Lindsay, (Psychological Science), Department of Psychology, University of Victoria, Canada
D. Stephen Lindsay is Editor in Chief of Psychological Science, the flagship journal of the Association for Psychological Science (APS). A professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Victoria, Canada, Lindsay’s research focuses on memory and cognition. He is an APS Fellow.
Barbara L. Finlay, (Behavioral and Brain Sciences), Department of Psychology, Cornell University, USA
Barbara L. Finlay is Co-Editor, with Paul Bloom, of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, an international journal with an innovative format known as open peer commentary. A William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Psychology at Cornell University, her research takes an evolutionary and developmental approach to the structure and function of the vertebrate nervous system, particularly the visual system and the cerebral cortex.
Rebecca Schwarzlose, (Trends in Cognitive Sciences), Cell Press, USA
Rebecca Schwarzlose is a cognitive neuroscientist, writer, and the Editor of Trends in Cognitive Sciences, a peer-reviewed journal that publishes reviews and commentary on topics covering all of the cognitive sciences and neurosciences. She has studied a range of topics related to cognition and the brain.
Randall W. Engle, (Current Directions in Psychological Science), School of Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Randall Engle is Editor of Current Directions in Psychology Science, the second oldest journal of the Association for Psychological Science (APS). The journal publishes expert reviews covering all of scientific psychology and its applications. Engle’s research focuses on individual differences in working memory capacity and their associations to domain-general aspects of cognitive ability. He is a Professor of Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology and is an APS Fellow.