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Congratulations Brett Clifford for being elected as the Vice President, welcome to the team!Read More Read more about New 2019 Vice President
BSUJ is hosting an election to welcome another executive member to the team!
We will be looking to fill the position for Vice President.
This role will involve assisting the journal President with administration duties, helping to manage the website and social media platforms, engaging in promotional activities, R&D, and representing the club along with its' members. The expected time commitment is between 2-3 hours a week. However, the journal will quiet down during exam weeks. You do not need experience in publishing or club management to apply for this position.
If you are looking for an opportunity to build relationships with the Mount Royal University faculty, engage in local research and obtain experience in the publishing and peer-review process, we encourage you to apply!
Please email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Within the application, we request that you include a picture and a bio telling us a little bit about yourself. The election will take place on October 1, 2019.
Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you!
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Journal Manager/President: Violet McNee
Vice President/Treasurer: TBA
Journal Editor: Shayla-Rose Somers
Activities Representative: Hannah Frank
Scholarly Engagement Representatives: Laura Infantes Perez & Hannah Frank
All students are psychology majors at Mount Royal University.Read More Read more about 2019/2020 Executive Team
We are pleased to announce the release of a paper by Jessica Elsom on inner speech modification and young offenders. We'd like to acknowledge Jessica for her outstanding contribution to the learning component of the BSUJ through supporting and training transitioning reviewers and executives through the publication process. Jessica argues for the importance of change in the ways youth experience treatment, moving away from punishment models toward humanistic models highlighting the impact of inner speech in maximizing growth. We invite you to read, share, and comment on this literature review on her publication achievement.
Thank you to our team at the BSUJ and MRU for the support and commitment to open-access publication in undergraduate education.
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We are currently seeking individuals to review a manuscript about gender differences and risk propensity.
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Congratulations to the new BSUJ Executive Team!
President/Journal Manager: Kayla Pearen (Psychology)
Vice President/Treasurer: Maria Ramirez (Psychology)
Journal Editor: Brooke Ruskin (Psychology)
Activities Representative: Vanessa Boila (Psychology)
Scholarly Engagement Representatives: Niall Emmott (Policy Studies) and Kate Briand (Psychology)
Interested in reviewing for the BSUJ?
We are looking for people with background in the behavioural sciences!
Right now, we are seeking sociology student reviewers!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information.Read More Read more about Seeking Reviewers
The BSUJ thanks Josh for contributing to editorial duties over the last academic terms, and we appreciate his continued support as we welcome our incoming editor, Brooke Ruskin, B.Ed., currently studying Psychology at MRU.
Stay posted for info about our incoming team!Read More Read more about Congratulations Incoming Editor
We are pleased to announce the release of this special issue, focused on the complex links between the psychology of self and others.
Please read the Editorial on page 2 for an introduction to the fundamental concepts presented within the issue (pdf under the 'current' tab table of contents).
Thank you to our team at the BSUJ and MRU for the support and commitment to open-access publication.
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1) Self-awareness & Well-being (articles on rumination & depression, mindfulness & addiction, music & self-awareness)
2) Self-processes (articles on self-efficacy, self-esteem & inner speech)
3) Social cognition (articles on stereotype formation, gender schema formation, use of biases & street harassment)
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Interested in cognitive neuroscience? BSUJ welcomes Dr. David Mumby as an Associate Editor to the team:Read More Read more about BSUJ Welcomes Dr. David Mumby of Concordia University to the team
As the new semester begins, remeber that with the BSUJ you can revise and submit your:
Responses to papers or commentaries
You can also revamp and submit old papers or write new ones, from class or written of your own accord, at any time.
Email email@example.com for more information.
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The BSUJ has the following positions available:
Committee Chair and Members
Board of Editors (Associate Editor, External Editor)
Board of Reviewers (faculty and peers in all behavioural sciences)
Advisory Board (faculty and other experts in behavioural sciences, as well as in interdisciplinary studies, reviewing, editing, publishing, ethics, etc.)Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in any of these positions. Read More Read more about Positions available
Welcome to thel inaugural issue of the BSUJ!
Please enjoy this issue and share this research to help spread education and understanding on these important topics. There are many forums that can make use of this research, ranging from social justice, politics, identity theory, psychology, sexuality, and more.
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The Behavioural Sciences Undergraduate Journal (BSUJ) is a peer-reviewed, open-access, undergraduate journal focused in the behavioural sciences. Our mission reflects the learning of scientific principles, research integrity, publishing process, and constructive collaboration at foundational levels. We are a fluid publication covering a broad range of current topics in the behavioural sciences.
Please click on 'Current' in the menu above to see the current issue.