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The Publications and Communications (P&C) Board has opened nominations for the editorships of Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books,Developmental Psychol- ogy, and Psychological Review for the years 2005–2010. Robert J. Sternberg, PhD, James L. Dannemiller, PhD, and Walter Mischel, PhD, respectively, are the incumbent editors.
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