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Cognitive Neuropsychology Student Travel Prize 2013
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Student Travel Prize Winners 2013
Aim & Scope
Cognitive Neuropsychology aims to promote the investigation of human cognition that is based on neuropsychological methods including brain pathology, recording, stimulation or imaging. The research can involve brain-lesioned or neurologically-intact adults, children or non-human animals as long as it makes an explicit contribution to our understanding of normal human cognitive processes and representations. Cognition is understood broadly to include the domains of perception, attention, planning, language, thinking, memory and action. The research may, additionally, contribute to issues regarding clinical populations and the neurobiology of cognition. Cognitive Neuropsychology is currently the only journal in which the focus is the investigation of human cognition informed by neural data.
Student Travel Awards
To recognize and promote outstanding work by young researchers in the field, the journal Cognitive Neuropsychology
will award annual travel prizes to graduate or post-doctoral students. The prizes will consist of awards of up to USD$750 that can be applied for costs of travel, lodging and registration fees for students presenting a poster or a talk reporting on original cognitive neuropsychological research at a conference.Click to download PDF for more information and details of how to apply
- the next deadline is now 15th September 2013.
Reviewers who submit a full and timely review will be entered into a prize draw to win either $200 cash or $400 worth of Psychology Press books (reviewer's choice!). Three winners will be drawn each year.
Peer Review Integrity
All published research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by independent expert referees.
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