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Cognitive Neuropsychology

Apply for the Cognitive Neuropsychology Student Travel Award (PDF)

Publisher: Routledge

ISSN: 0264-3294 (Print), 1464-0627 (Online)

Volume: 28

Publication Frequency: 8 issues per year

Call for Papers: Intervention for Theory Development Special Issue

Cognitive Neuropsychology Student Travel Prizes 2015

Cognitive Neuropsychology Reviewers and Lottery Winners 2012

Student Travel Prize Winners 2013

Call for abstracts - Special issue of Cognitive Neuropsychology: Conceptual Knowledge Representation

Cognitive Neuropsychology Student Travel Prizes 2014

Cognitive Neuropsychology Student Travel Prize Winners and Shortlist 2013

Cognitive Neuropsychology Reviewers and Lottery Winners 2013

Student Travel Prize Winners 2014

Student Travel Prize Winners September 2014

Aim & Scope

Impact Factor 1.964
5-Year Impact Factor 2.676

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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.

Peer Review: All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. All peer review is double blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts.

Student Travel Awards
To recognize and promote outstanding work by early-stage researchers in the field, 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.

We are delighted to confirm the three winners of the September 2014 Cognitive Neuropsychology Student Travel Prize: Maria M. Arredondo, Heather Dial and Stacey Rimikis! Congratulations to the winners who will be presenting their research at the fNIRS conference, October 10-12 2014, Montreal, and at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, October 5-7, 2014, Miami. See the full winners announcement here (PDF).
Click to download PDF for more information on the student travel prize. The next deadline is 1st March 2015.

See the winning abstracts announcement (PDF) from the March 2014 award.


Reviewer Lottery
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. We are delighted to announce that the winning reviewers for 2013 are: Richard Henson, Muireann Irish and Janet Webster. Congratulations to the winners!
A big thank you to all our reviewers who have helped the journal by submitting timely reviews. See our full announcement and list of 2013 reviewers and lottery winners here (PDF).
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