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Call for Papers

European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (EJWOP)
Special Issue: Time and Change in Teams (TACIT)

Submission deadline: April 30, 2011

Guest Editors
Robert Roe, Maastricht University, Netherlands
Franziska Tschan, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Christine Gockel, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
Bertolt Meyer, University of Zurich, Switzerland


The European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (EJWOP) announces a Special Issue about time and change in teams.

This Special Issue aims to promote the study of time and change in teams in several regards. First, we invite contributions dealing with change over time in teams. Such research – both theoretical and empirical – would involve conceptual models of processes unfolding over time, and empirical studies of such processes. Second, we invite methodological contributions that illustrate how time can be included in research designs.

Submissions to this special issue could cover, but are not restricted to, these example topics:
• Team member time perceptions and time management
• Team development (e.g., team learning)
• Change of team processes and/or performance over time
• Teams under time pressure
• Changes in team composition
• Methods and designs accounting for time

Submissions can cover studies of time at different levels (individual, team, organization) and at different scales: micro-level (encompassing intervals of minutes or hours) and macro-level (encompassing intervals of weeks or months). Furthermore, time can be input or output variable.

Submission Method
Manuscripts need to be labeled as submissions for this Special Issue and submitted through the EJWOP manuscript submission site:
www.tandf.co.uk/journals/pp/1359432X.html

Authors need to follow the EJWOP instructions when preparing their manuscripts. All submitted manuscripts are subject to a double blind academic review process. They will be evaluated based on their contribution to the topic and the regular EJWOP review criteria.


Contact
Bertolt Meyer:
bmeyer@sozpsy.uzh.ch
Christine Gockel:
christine.gockel@psychologie.tu-chemnitz.de

The full Call for Papers is available here: http://www.sozpsy.uzh.ch/team/bmeyer/CfP_SI_EJWOP.pdf