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Dear Psychometric Society Member,
Please take a moment to vote for the new President of the Psychometric Society, two new members of the Board of Trustees, and one new member of the Editorial Council. We greatly value your participation.
The candidates for President are Irini Moustaki and Alina von Davier. Information about all candidates (pictures and bios) is posted here.
Online voting is easy. Simply go to the electronic ballot and rank the candidates. This will require you to log in as a member. If you don't remember your username or password, you can easliy reset both by selecting "Request New Password." Elections close on November 16 (5:00 p.m., PST).
The Psychometric Society is seeking a website vendor to update and maintain the society website. Letters of intent are due on Oct 5, 2018, and full proposals are due on Nov 16, 2018. See here for full detail.
IMPS 2018 attendees who indicated an intent to contribute to the proceedings can now submit their contribution. Full details are below.
The Psychometric Society is preparing its first member newsletter, to be released by the end of 2018. If you have information/updates relevant to the society that you would like to submit for possible inclusion in the newsletter, please complete the form here.
Psychometrika is currently looking for Level 1 publication/copy editors. Please contact Dr. Irini Moustaki (I.Moustaki@lse.ac.uk) or Dr. Carolyn Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to express your interest by March 1, 2018. Below please find the job description.
The publication editor’s main role is to check content and technical aspects of the manuscript. The publication editor ensures that a manuscript is ready for publication and takes steps if a manuscript needs changes.
After a manuscript has been accepted for publication in either the Theory and Methods or ARCS sections of Psychometrika, there are two levels of copyediting that take place. Level 1 copyediting is performed by the publication editor and level 2 by Springer.
Publication editors are notified by Springer when a new accepted paper has arrived in their queue. Manuscripts are ordered based on priority, which is generally a reflection of when a paper was added to the publication editor’s queue.
The publication editor will read the paper and make small edits to