The 2012 volume was the largest ever by a significant margin, including 437 pages.
For the 2013 volume I have been inviting authors to submit video abstracts. Links to at least three of these are now be available on the Wiley/ASAP website:
· Meagan Patterson, University of Kansas, "Witnesses to history: Children's views of race and the 2008 Presidential Election."
· Matthew Diemer, Michigan State University, "Best practices in conceptualizing & measuring social class in psychological research." This paper has also been made freely available at the Wiley website.
And more. We have recently begun inviting commentary for the Diemer / social class paper described above; the topic is one that is or should be of interest to many SPSSI members, and your contribution is encouraged.