Calls & Announcements
Call for Papers
Law and Human Behavior
Law and Human Behavior (LHB), the official journal of the American Psychology-Law Society (APA Division 41), publishes original research and review articles about the relations between human behavior and law, our legal system, and the legal process. The incoming editor (Brian Cutler, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, SIOP member) enthusiastically welcomes submissions on I-O-law topics such as personnel section (e.g., affirmative action, disparate impact, sexual harassment, and expert psychological testimony), I-O issues unique to legal institutions (e.g., occupational stress and safety among police officers, attorneys, judges, and jurors), and criminal behavior in the workplace (e.g., theft and interpersonal violence).
LHB has been published since 1977 and currently has six issues per year. The journals ISI Impact Factor in the past 6 years has varied from 1.56 (2003) to 2.84 (2001). A study conducted at Washington & Lee Law School rankEd
LHB in the top 25% of ranked law journals (http://law.wlu.edu/library/mostcited/index.asp).
The incoming editor is implementing several changes to improve LHBs effectiveness (see
http://www.ap-ls.org/publications/lhbarticlecutler.html). One of these changes is that
LHB will soon join Springers On-Line First program. About 2 months after a manuscript is accepted for publication, it is published and made available online (not as in press, but published). Soon thereafter, it is published in a journal issue. This program allows us to get important research to the screens of readers with minimal publication lag. It will be possible for a manuscript to go from submission to online publication in 4 months (assuming the original submission is superb and requires no revision!).
Correspondence concerning LHB (including expressions of interest in reviewing manuscripts) should be addressed to
Brian Cutler, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Incoming Editor, at
Call for Papers
Winning Thru Assessment: 30 Years of Adding Value to Organizations
IPMAAC Announces Call for Conference Presentation
Proposals and Student Paper Award Competition
June 2528, 2006, Las Vegas, Nevada
The International Public Management Association-Assessment Council (IPMAAC) is an organization for assessment professionals in public and private sector organizations. Its membership includes more than 600 persons actively engaged in practice, research, and training in personnel assessment. Contribute to the celebration of our 30th anniversary!
Calls for Presentation Proposals for 2006 Conference
The 2006 IPMAAC conference will be held in Las Vegas, NV, June 2528, 2006 with the theme of Winning Thru Assessment: 30 Years of Adding Value to Organizations. The annual conference offers professionals the opportunity to share their latest research, initiatives, and ideas with their peers. You are cordially invited to be part of the 2006 conference. The deadline for submitting proposals for conference presentations is
December 16, 2005.
The 2006 Student Paper Competition
The Student Paper Award recognizes contributions of students in the field of personnel management. Graduate and undergraduate students (and recent graduates) are invited to submit research papers that will be judged on the basis of their contributions to the field. The award winner will be given the opportunity to present the winning paper at the conference and will receive up to $600 conference-related travel expenses, free conference registration, a 1-year membership in IPMAAC, and recognition in the widely read IPMAAC and International Public Management Association for Human Resources newsletters. In addition, the university department where the students research was completed will receive a $500 grant and a plaque commemorating the students IPMAAC award achievement. The deadline for submitting student papers is
February 10, 2006.
For more information and complete submission instructions, please visit our Web site at
www.ipmaac.org or call IPMA-HR at (703) 549-7100.
Call for Papers
Families and Work Research Conference, March 2022, 2006
The Family Studies Center in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University is now accepting proposals for papers to be presented at the conference.
The conference covers a broad range of topics including Flexible Work Arrangements: Help or Hype?; Effects of maternal shift work on family well-being; What Gives When Mothers Are Employed?; The Influence of Fathers Work Conditions on FatherChild Relationships; WorkFamily Balance; Links between Job Conditions and the Well-Being of Working-Class Parents; Flexibility and Controlling Employment: Does One Necessarily Bring the Other?; Family Leave and Workforce Inequality; Marital Relationships and Retirement; Uncertain Futures in Middle-Class Families; Families Reuniting After Work; Maternal Employment and Child Outcomes, and others.
Invited presenters include Tammy Allen, University of South Florida; Rosalind Barnett, Brandeis University; Suzanne Bianchi, University of Maryland; Ann Crouter, Pennsylvania State University; Jeffrey Greenhaus, Drexel University; Jeffrey Hill, Brigham Young University; Maureen Perry-Jenkins, University of Massachusetts; Shelley MacDermid, Purdue University; Ruth Milkman, University of California-Los Angeles; Richard Miller, Brigham Young University; Phyllis Moen, University of Minnesota; Rena Repetti, University of California-Los Angeles; Christopher Ruhm, University of North Carolina-Greensborough; and Graeme Russell, Macquarie University, Australia.
Call for Papers Deadline: December 15, 2005
Applicants notified of decision: January 2, 2006
Deadline for acceptance: January 15, 2006
Guidelines for Submission of Proposals:
- Proposals may be submitted for academic papers, presentations, workshops, and poster sessions.
- All proposals should address issues relating to both families and work.
- Submissions require an abstract of not more than 400 words and a bio of not more than 250 words.
For further information, contact the Conference Organizer Dr. Russell Crane at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 422-5623.
Conference Web Site: http://ce.byu.edu/cw/familywork/
Call for Papers
Special Issue on Typical and Maximum Job Performance
Guest editors: Dr. Ute-Christine Klehe, Prof. Neil Anderson (Univ. of Amsterdam), and Prof. Chockalingam Viswesvaran (Florida International Univ.)
Human Performance is planning a special issue on performance under typical and maximum job performance conditions. To highlight the importance of theoretically innovative and empirically rigorous research on this performance distinction, this issue will consider papers that address any aspect of typical versus maximum job performance. Topics may include:
- Theoretical models regarding the processes underlying performance under typical versus maximum performance conditions
- Moderators of performance under typical versus maximum performance conditions
- The development of typical versus maximum performance over time (e.g., in the context of socialization, skill acquisition, career stages)
- Use and consequences of typical versus maximum performance in personnel selection validation studies (e.g., in regard to criterion related or construct validity, utility)
- Predictors of typical and maximal performance
- Consequences of typical versus maximum performance conditions on performers cognitions, emotions, and behaviors (e.g., goal orientation, cognitive interference)
- Cross-links between the research on typical versus maximum performance and other research traditions (e.g., social loafing, choking under pressure, creativity)
- Countertheoretical consequences of maximum performance conditions (e.g., in relation to social desirability)
Other proposals for relevant papers are encouraged by the guest editors. Papers should be a maximum of 7,000 words in length, double spaced, and submitted in accordance with
Human Performance guidelines. All submitted manuscripts will be reviewed in accordance with normal journal policies and procedures. Thus, publication of any submitted manuscript cannot be assured in advance. Prospective authors must submit a 56 page summary of their proposed paper to the lead guest editor, as noted below. Authors will be notified promptly whether they should prepare full manuscripts for further review.
DEADLINE FOR INITIAL SUBMISSION OF PAPER SUMMARIES: 16 December 2005
Dr. Ute-Christine Klehe, University of Amsterdam, Department of Work and Organizational Psychology, Roetersstraat 15, 1018 WB AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands; Email:
Call for Empirical Studies
To support a meta-analysis, we are asking for your help in compiling the most comprehensive set of published and, especially, unpublished empirical studies possible that include quantitative data on the perception of justice as a predictor or correlate of anger, violence, conflict, aggression, or the behavioral intentions for these dependent variables.
We are gathering these data for a meta-analysis that is part of an effort to identify variables that are important to include in computer simulations of individual and group behavior across cultures to make the simulations more accurate. The results of the meta-analysis will also be submitted for publication through a peer-reviewed journal and will therefore be available to the academic community as well as other applied users.
Collecting a comprehensive data set is very important to the validity of the analysis, and we are hoping that with your help our reach can extend beyond the standard circles. We are actively seeking papers in languages other than English, and we will perform any necessary translations.
If you have work, or know of work, that would contribute to this analysis, please send it to
Dr. Michael Silver & Dr. Eric Holder, Anacapa Sciences, Inc., 301 E. Carrillo St., 2nd Floor, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101; (805) 966-6157 ext. 11; e-mail:
Call for Research Participants
Seeking Executive Coaches! We are looking for executive coaches who are willing to be interviewed for academic/practitioner collaborative research on the active ingredients of executive coaching. If you have at least 5 years experience coaching executives and have worked with over 30 clients in relatively long-term engagements (i.e., 6 months or more), we would like to interview you and up to four of your new coaching clients to help determine which coaching activities have the greatest impact. This research is being conducted by David Peterson of Personnel Decisions International along with John Muros and Joyce Bono of the University of Minnesota. Only the University of Minnesota researchers will be aware of the identity of coaches who participate in this research.
For more information, please contact John Muros at email@example.com.
Northern Kentucky University announces its first River Cities I-O Psychology Conference, Building Bridges Between Education and the Workplace! The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for human resource professionals to share experiences, expertise, and learning with students, educators, and one another. In addition, graduate students from throughout Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee will present cutting-edge research in an all-day Student Poster Exhibition.
The conference will be held on November 12, 2005 at Northern Kentucky University in The University Center, Highland Heights, KY. This program has been approved for 6 recertification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute
For additional conference information, please contact Dr. Bill Attenweiler at 859.572.6477. You can register at
http://msio.nku.edu/conference or by calling 859.572.5600.
APA Seeks Comments on Proposed Accreditation Changes
APAs Committee on Accreditation has proposed a change in the Guidelines and Principles for Accreditation of Programs in Professional Psychology and a new Implementing Regulation defining developed practice areas for doctoral and internship programs. The proposed changes can be found at:
APA is accepting comments until January 1, 2006. Long Range Planning Committee Chairman Jose Cortina is coordinating SIOPs response. To comment on the proposal, respond to Chairman Cortina at
firstname.lastname@example.org. To comment directly to APA, go to
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