New Editor-in-Chief from January 2024

Professor Sun-Joo Cho

The British Psychological Society are delighted to welcome Professor Sun-Joo Cho as incoming Editor-in-Chief for British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology from 1 January 2024. We wish to thank Prof. Alison (Ying) Cheng for her successful and conscientious stewardship of the journal since 2019, which has seen BJMSP go from strength to strength.

Prof. Cho is a professor of quantitative methods at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College in the US, specialising in psychometrics:

“My research primarily involves statistical modelling of individual differences within complex data structures using general modelling frameworks. In addition to methodological work, I have engaged in numerous collaborative projects across various disciplines. The applications of the methodological work have not only been beneficial for answering substantive research questions, but they also have helped me develop context-sensitive research methods.

I am looking forward to bringing this expertise to British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology and having the opportunity to promote innovative methodologies and foster a diverse and inclusive academic community. I am deeply enthusiastic about contributing to the continued growth of the journal with the talented team of associate editors and staff at the British Psychological Society and Wiley!”

Submissions are Invited for a Special Issue on
Advanced Nonstationary Time Series Analysis in Psychological Research

Edited by:
Casper Albers (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Michael Hunter (Pennsylvania State University, USA)

We are pleased to announce a call for papers for a forthcoming special issue of our journal, titled "Advanced Nonstationary Time Series Analysis in Psychological Research." This issue aims to explore the advanced methodologies and applications of time series data in understanding change processes in psychological research.

Abstracts Deadline: April 30th, 2024


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