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ASPiRE: Advancing Sport Psychology in Research

Vision Statement 
To expand the field of psychology in the domains of sport, exercise, and performance by providing the student community a unique and inspiring platform to engage in rigorous scholarship.

Mission Statement 
ASPiRE aims to expand the field of psychology in the domains of sport, exercise, and performance by publishing rigorous scholarship for students, academics, researchers, and applied practitioners. In its publishing processes, ASPiRE provides opportunities for students and early-career professionals to develop the scholarship skills required for various aspects of peer-review publication within a mentored infrastructure.

Scope
ASPiRE is a peer-reviewed academic publication focused on publishing rigorous undergraduate and graduate student-led scholarly work. Submissions include primary and secondary, basic, applied, and developmental research using qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methodologies. Submissions can expand across a range of psychological topics in the domains of sport, exercise, and performance.

Submissions Accepted 
Starting early 2020

EDITORIAL STAFF

Establishing Editor-in-Chief

Monna Arvinen-Barrow, PhD, CPsychol AFBPsS (United Kingdom), UPV sert. (Finland)
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Associate Editor
Amanda Visek, PhD, CMPC
The George Washington University

Managing Editor
Stacy Gnacinski, PhD
Drake University

Please direct all ASPiRE inquiries to aspire@appliedsportpsych.org.