The next edition of The Cognitive Bulletin will be published in January 2017. The deadline for submissions for this edition is on 14 October 2016. We welcome the following types of submissions:
Review Articles (<3,000 words)
In the next issue we are particularly interested in receiving review articles that related to the themes of the 2016 conference keynotes which are: a.) language processing and, b.) multi-sensory integration
Conference Reviews and Book Reviews (<750 words)
If you have been to a great conference that you think other cognitive psychologist should know about then tell us! Similarly, if you have recently read a book that you think other members of the section would be interested in then why not write a review.
Are you a postgraduate in the field of cognitive psychology who wants to comment on a specific research area and/or the experience of postgraduate study in cognitive psychology? If so, the contributions to the Postgraduate pages are welcome. We are looking for either short (750 words) pieces that raise particular issues, or longer review pieces (up to 1,700 words plus references).
Are you holding an event soon that you would like cognitive psychology section member to know about?
Postgraduate Funding Opportunities
We would like to promote opportunities for postgraduate fund by non-university organisations. If you would like to promote something, then please get in contact.
All contributions should be submitted as email attachments (.docx format) directly to The Cognitive Psychology Bulletin editors and where necessary an APA style (2011) reference list should be provided.
Dr Duncan Guest (Editor)
Dr Natalie Butcher (Assistant Editor)
Dr Andrew Dunn (Assistant Editor)
Credits: BPS Cognitive Psychology Section
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