Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Azriel Grysman is the co-editor of a two-part special issue of the journal Imagination, Cognition and Personality: Consciousness in Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice by SAGE Publishing. The first half of the issue was published earlier this month.
Titled “Narrative Methods in Cognitive and Personality Psychology Research,” the issue was co-edited with Cade Mansfield of Weber State University. It is a collection of scholarly works focusing on how narrative data are being conceptualized and used by psychologists.
Grysman and Mansfield also wrote the issue’s editorial introduction and contributed the introductory article, “What Do We Have When We Have a Narrative?”
According to the SAGE Publishing website, “Imagination, Cognition and Personality is dedicated to the study of the human imagination and publishes work that focuses on cognition and mental simulation, subjective aspects of personality, and consciousness itself.”