Title

Role

Publication Committee Chair (1)

The Publication Committee Chair leads the Publication Committee, which is responsible for the creation and management of STORK journals. The Publication Committee Chair communicates with the STORK Executive Committee and manages the appeal process.

 

Publication Committee

The Publication Committee is responsible for the creation and management of STORK journals

 

Managing Editors (3)

Three Managing Editors will be appointed on behalf of the eight Section Editors to manage the journal.  In addition to their roles as Section Editors, Managing Editors make decisions about the day-to-day operations of the journal, including (but not limited to) decisions about instructions to authors, instructions to reviewers, correspondence letters, special issues, and website descriptions.

 

Section Editors (8)

Co-Editors (as required)

With the assistance and input of Co-Editors and Reviewers, Section Editors make decisions about the manuscripts submitted to the sections they are in charge of.

The sections are: 

· Biomechanics (Managing Editor: Sjoerd M. Bruijn, Ph.D.)   

· Coaching and Sports Pedagogy (Managing Editor: John P. Mills, Ph.D.)

· Exercise and Sport Psychology (Managing Editor: Zachary Zenko, Ph.D.)

· Physical Activity, Health, and Disease (Managing Editor: James Steele, Ph.D.)

· Physiology and Nutrition (Managing Editor: Ian M. Lahart, Ph.D.)

· Sensorimotor Control (Managing Editor: Matthieu P. Boisgontier, Ph.D.)

· Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (Managing Editor: Vanessa R. Yingling, Ph.D.)

· Training and Performance Analysis (Managing Editor: Franco M. Impellizzeri, Ph.D.)

 

Terms

 

The Publication Committee Chair is elected for a period of one year and may reapply for a maximum of three terms.

 

Publication Committee members are appointed by the Chair and approved by the Executive Committee of the Society for Transparency, Openness, and Replication in Kinesiology.

 

Managing Editors, Section Editors, and Co-Editors are appointed for renewable two-year terms and may serve a maximum of three terms.

 

Where possible within the final term of service, Managing Editors will be supported by current Section Editors to support succession planning and transition.