The Psychologist-Manager Journal
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|Edited by||George B. Yancey|
American Psychological Association (United States)
The Psychologist-Manager Journal (print ISSN 1088-7156, online ISSN 1550-3461) is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal, founded in 1997 by the Society of Psychologists in Management. The journal is published by the American Psychological Association. It is conceptualized as a hybrid between a journal and a professional guide to good managerial practice and directed at the practicing psychologist-manager.
The journal has several areas to which manuscripts may be submitted. These areas include:
- Management Principles: The Theory of Management
- Live from the Firing Line: The Practice of Management
- Research Tools for the Psychologist-Manager
- Book Reviews and Other Submissions
- Clifton, D.O. (Ed.). Positive psychology and its implications for the psychologist–manager.
- Lowman, R.L. (Ed.) (1999) The psychologist-president.
- Lowman, R.L. (Ed.) The psychologist-entrepreneur.
- Koppes, L.L., & Swanberg, J. (Eds.) (2008). Work-Life effectiveness: implications for organizations.
The journal's founding editor was Rodney L. Lowman (Alliant International University), who edited the journal from 1997–2003. He was succeeded by Rosemary Hays-Thomas (University of West Florida), who served through 2007. As of 2015[update], the editor is George B. Yancey (Emporia State University).
Abstracting and indexing
- "The Psychologist-Manager Journal". Retrieved 2013-01-07.
- "The Society of Psychologists in Management (SPIM) - Journal". Retrieved 2010-01-20.
- "The Psychologist-Manager Journal". ProQuest LLC. 7 January 2013. Retrieved 2013-01-07.