February 4, 2013

Quality of Life from an evolutionary perspective

Dear QOL researchers,

Some but not all of you know about an Evolution Institute workshop on Quality of Life from an evolutionary perspective that was held at the University of Memphis on November 4-7, 2011. One outcome was a plan to organize a special issue on the topic, which will be published in the Applied Research in Quality of Life, the official journal of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (ISQOLS). The special issue is planned with the help of the journal’s former editor-in-chief, Joseph Sirgy, who was a participant of the workshop.

Attached is a call for proposals for the special issue. We welcome your involvement in this project, as your time and interest warrants. In addition, we would appreciate your help directing the memo to colleagues who might be interested in submitting a proposal.

Sincerely,

David Sloan Wilson


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