The Publications Committee of the Society for Affective Science (SAS) is calling for applications for the position of Editor in Chief of the Society’s official journal, Affective Science. The appointment is due to start on 1 August 2022 for a 4 year term and will take over from the founding editors James Gross, Robert Levenson, and Wendy Berry Mendes. Affective Science is a multidisciplinary journal publishing primarily research articles and brief reports, but also welcomes methods papers, review articles and commentary/opinions. Affective Science covers the field of affective science in a broad manner, encompassing a variety of disciplines, biological and behavioral methodologies, human and non-human animal models, and normal and clinical populations. The journal recognises the central role that affective processes play in the lives of individuals, groups, cultures, and countries, and their profound implications for health and well-being. Affective Science provides a forum for both basic and applied research. Affective Science’s first volume appeared in 2020 and currently publishes 4 issues per year. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.