Special issue: Subjective well-being: predictors and consequences (14 (03), 2021)

Guest co-editor: Żemojtel-Piotrowska, M. (Poland)

Ph. D., associate professor, cross-cultural, social and political psychologist, is Head of Cross-Cultural Research Centre, Cardinal Stephan Wyszynski Univeristy in Warsaw and chair of Cross-cultural Psychology section of Polish Society of Social Psychology. She focuses on self-enhancement studies, emphasizing subjective well-being and human functioning in relation to both individual and collective narcissism and entitlement. She is an author of two books, 60 publications and led three international projects in 66 countries.

Guest co-editor: Nartova-Bochaver, S.K. (Russia)

Ph. D. and specialist in Personality, Environmental, and Development Psychology, is a Professor of the Department of Psychology, National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE). She focuses on different issues of subjective well-being, paying particular attention to its personal and environmental predictors. She is an expert in the field of a person’s positive functioning and authenticity, author of more than 200 publications dedicated to various aspects of the well-being phenomena, a participant or supervisor of seven international projects.

This special issue will be devoted to the topic of subjective well-being. 

The main aim of the issue is to show the wide range of phenomena related to subjective well-being, including its predictors, descriptors, and consequences in various life  situations and cross-cultural context. 

The special issue invites articles that advance knowledge and experience about the different aspects of subjective well-being – features and circumstances contributing to it as well as those that decrease and damage it. Research on familiar phenomena of positive psychology, like personal authenticity, in various fields of psychology, is also planned to be presented. Papers on diagnostics of subjective well-being, interventions, cases, experimental and empiric studies as well as methodological and analytic articles, presenting different approaches to understanding subjective well-being and positive functioning are welcomed.

Deadline for submission is February 1, 2021

Instructions for Authors: http://psychologyinrussia.com/for-authors/

Special issue: COVID-19: psychological challenges (13 (04), 2020)

Guest co-editor: Buxin, H. (China)

President, Asian Psychological Association (APsyA)
President, Chinese Psychological Society (CPS)
Vice President, China Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (CAGG)

Buxin Han is professor of psychology at the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IPCAS), Beijing, China. His research focused on the psychology of ageing, cultural psychology of religion, and color perception, and was supported by grants from the Ministry of Science and Technology of China (MOST), Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Natural Social Science Foundation of China (NSSFC), General Administration of Quality Supervision and Inspection of China (GAQSI), and Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), while reviewing grant applications for these agencies. He has published over 200 scientific articles in journals such as The Psychologist, Aging Neuropsychology and Cognition, European Journal of Personality, Pastoral Psychology, Aging & Mental Health, PloS ONE, and many Chinese journals. He is on the editorial boards of Acta Psychological Sinica, Psychological Science, Advances in Psychological Science, Journal of Applied Psychology, Chinese Journal of Gerontology, Clinical Psychology in China.

This special issue will be devoted to psychological aspects of the challenging COVID-19 pandemic in international context.

The main aim of the issue is to show the wide range of psychological challenges which have appeared in the life of people in many countries and answers to the challenges from psychological science.

The forthcoming Special Issue will cover topics that advance knowledge and experience about the COVID-19-situation in psychological practice, education and research. Empirical research, as well as scholarly reviews, methodological and analytic articles, presenting new research approaches are invited. Cross-cultural studies are particularly welcomed.

Deadline for submission is July 13, 2020

Instructions for Authors: http://psychologyinrussia.com/for-authors/