An excellent resource for researchers as well as students, Social Cognition features reports on self-perception, self-concept, social neuroscience, person-memory integration, social schemata, the development of social cognition, and the role of affect in memory and perception.
Special topics have included Social Cognition and Health, Intersectional and Dynamic Social Categories, The Status of Status: Vistas from Social Cognition, and The Psychological Legacy of Barack Obama.
“This significant journal is one of the most prominent places where ideas in social psychology and cognitive psychology are brought together in truly creative ways.”
—Elizabeth Loftus, PhD
“Over many years Social Cognition has provided a compelling complement to other leading journals in social and personality psychology. Known for publishing provocative and innovative contributions that both advance the field and uphold a high standard of empirical rigor, Social Cognition plays an invaluable role in our science.”
—Susan M. Andersen, PhD
Luigi Castelli, University of Padova
Anne Gast, University of Cologne
Steven J. Stroessner, Barnard College
Claudia Toma, Université libre de Bruxelles
Henk Aarts, David M. Amodio, Emily Balcetis, Mahzarin R. Banaji, Yoav Bar-Anan, Denise R. Beike, Michael J. Bernstein, Vanessa Bohns, Charles F. Bond, Jr., Jimmy Calanchini, Donal E. Carlston, Tanya L. Chartrand, Jacqueline M. Chen, Serena Chen, Heather Claypool, Katja Corcoran, William A. Cunningham, Ruud Custers, Nilanjana Dasgupta, Roland Deutsch, Cheryl L. Dickter, Ap Dijksterhuis, John A. Edwards, Joyce Ehrlinger, Melissa J. Ferguson, Ayelet Fishbach, Gráinne Fitzsimons, Jon Freeman, Ronald S. Friedman, Lowell Gaertner, Teresa Garcia-Marques, Bertram Gawronski, Andreas Glöckner, Karen Gonsalkorale, Ernestine Gordijn, Elizabeth Haines, David L. Hamilton, Larisa Heiphetz, William von Hippel, Sarah D. Hodges, Rob W. Holland, Kurt Hugenberg, Camille Johnson, Christoph Klauer, Anne Krendl, Alison Ledgerwood, Nira Liberman, Patricia W. Linville, Penelope Lockwood, Charles G. Lord, Debbie S. Ma, Anne Maass, C. Neil Macrae, Keith D. Markman, Daniel C. Molden, Benoît Monin, Leonard S. Newman, Kristina Olson, Edward Orehek, Esther Papies, Bernadette Park, Kristin Pauker, Keith Payne, Jesse Preston, Kate Ratliff, Glenn D. Reeder, Kimberly Rios, Neal J. Roese, Nicholas Rule, Janet B. Ruscher, Robert J. Rydell, Abigail Scholer, Norbert Schwarz, Beate Seibt, Steven J. Sherman, John J. Skowronski, Rachel Smallman, Colin Smith, Charles Stangor, Steven J. Stroessner, Amy Summerville, Stephanie Tobin, Andrew R. Todd, Alexander Todorov, David Trafimow, James S. Uleman, Rick B. van Baaren, Harm Veling, Roos Vonk, Dirk Wentura, Oscar Ybarra, Steven Young, Vivian Zayas
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The impact factor of this journal is 1.250 and the 5-year impact factor is 1.948 [2018 Journal Impact Factor, Journal Citation Reports® (Web of Science Group, 2019)].