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Submit to Mind Matters!

Submitted by Christian Hoyos ’11:

Having a published paper is a great accomplishment to add to your resume or CV. Since you probably have one due in the coming weeks anyway or have a few laying around from last semester, why not submit one to Mind Matters?

Mind Matters, Wesleyan’s psychology journal, is currently seeking submissions to be published in April 2011. Theoretical and empirical papers from psychology and related disciplines (NS&B, economics, sociology, etc.) are welcome. This is a great venue for publishing papers that were written for classes, laboratory research, or study abroad. All submissions are due by December 20th. Please send your submissions to mindmatters.wesleyan(at)gmail(dot)com and visit http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/mindmatters/ for more information.

Mind Matters is Looking for Submissions!

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We know you’re writing papers — why not get one published?

Mind Matters
, the Wesleyan journal of psychology, is currently seeking submissions to be published in our fifth volume. The journal publishes theoretical and empirical papers in psychology and related disciplines (NS&B, Behavioral Economics). We welcome your work from classes or laboratory research, including papers written last semester (Spring 2009). Having a published paper is a great accomplishment to add to your resume or CV — we hope to hear from you soon!

All submissions are due by December 23rd, 2008. Send all submissions, questions, and comments to mindmatters[dot]wesleyan[at]gmail[dot]com

Visit our website at www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/mindmatters.

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Mind Matters looking for PSYC papers

We know you’re writing papers—why not get one published?

Mind Matters, the Wesleyan undergraduate journal of psychology, is currently seeking submissions to be published in our fourth volume. The journal publishes theoretical and empirical papers from psychology and related disciplines (such as NS&B and Behavioral Economics). We welcome your work from classes or laboratory research, including papers written last semester. Having a published paper is a great accomplishment to add to your resume or CV… we hope to hear from you soon!

Submissions are due by Dec. 18 to mindmatters.wesleyan@gmail.

[Via Kacey Wochna ’10.]

Mind Matters – become a student reviewer!

Mind Matters is a pretty sweet journal of psychology produced right here on campus. Pick up a copy – it’s actually really interesting!

Kacey Wochna ’10 sends in this announcement about the journal:

Mind Matters is a peer review journal managed and edited by Wesleyan students, publishing Wesleyan students’ original research articles. We are currently looking for student reviewers to read submissions, help select which manuscripts will be accepted for publication, and work with authors to prepare manuscripts for publication. This is an exciting way to gain exposure to the research being conducted by Wesleyan students, and to learn relevant and useful skills relating to science writing and journal publication.


No experience is necessary. Underclassmen are especially encouraged to join.

If you are interested in becoming a student reviewer, or just want to learn more about Mind Matters, email Caterina Di Perri at mdiperri@wes. You can pick up a copy of the latest volume of the journal outside of the Mind Matters office, Judd B9, and visit our website at www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/mindmatters.