About the Editors

Chief Editor | Jenn Richler, PhD, Springer Nature, USA, ORCID

Jenn completed her PhD at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA, where her research focused on face and object perception and recognition, learning, attention and memory. She continued at Vanderbilt as a post-doctoral research associate, during which time she also served as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General and as a writer for the American Psychological Association. Jenn joined Nature Climate Change and Nature Energy in 2016 as a Senior Editor handling manuscripts that spanned the behavioural and social sciences, including psychology, sociology, behavioural economics, political science and human geography. Following a brief stint as a Senior Publishing Manager working to develop editorial and publishing strategy for the social sciences across the Nature Portfolio, Jenn returned to her psychology roots as the launch Chief Editor of Nature Reviews Psychology in 2021.

Senior Editor | Teresa Schubert, PhD, Springer Nature, USA

Teresa completed her PhD in cognitive science at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA, studying cognitive processes of visual recognition with a focus in deficits of reading and writing. She then joined the Cognitive Science department at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, as a post-doctoral fellow, studying developmental dyslexia and typical reading acquisition. She continued to study visual recognition of letters and objects as a post-doctoral fellow in the Psychology Department at Harvard University. She was subsequently a freelance editor for psychology and cognitive neuroscience content and a visiting lecturer at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. She joined Nature Reviews Psychology in 2021.

Associate Editor | Ximena Goldberg, PhD, Springer Nature, Spain

Ximena was trained as a clinical psychologist in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She then moved to Spain to study the neurocognitive underpinnings of severe mental disorders from a behavioural genetics perspective, and completed her PhD at Universitat de Barcelona on this topic. She continued her research activities as a postdoctoral researcher, specializing in the socioeconomic and environmental determinants of mental health. She was later appointed Assistant Research Professor at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health, where she led projects on population mental health and, in particular, the impact of gender-based violence on women’s mental health. She joined Nature Reviews Psychology in 2023.