CFP – “Frontiers in Psychology” Special Issue on Gossip

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Frontiers in Psychology will be publishing a Special Issue on “Why People Gossip and What it Brings About: Motives for, and Consequences of, Informal Evaluative Information Exchange.” The call for papers is available at The deadline for abstract submissions is August 24, 2018, and full paper submissions will be due on Nov 23, 2018. Submissions can be… Read more »

Focus Publication – February/March 2018

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The (randomly) selected focus publication for February/March 2018 is: Vincze, L., Gasiorek, J., & Dragojevic, M. (2017). Little chance for divergence: The role of interlocutor language constraint in online bilingual accommodation. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 27(3), 608–620. doi: 10.1111/ijal.12164   ABSTRACT Drawing on communication accommodation theory, the present paper explored how affective (i.e. identity related) and… Read more »