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Journal of Cognitive Psychology Best Paper Award 2012 - Winner
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The Journal of Cognitive Psychology publishes contributions from all areas of cognitive psychology, encouraging exchange and integration of ideas and research. Contributors include experimental cognitive psychologists and cognitive neuroscientists, researching areas as diverse as perception, attention, language, number processing, action and motor control, spatial cognition, learning, memory, reasoning and decision making. Articles include reports of empirical work, including brief reports and theoretical reviews. The Journal of Cognitive Psychology is an international journal, and the Editor welcomes submissions from researchers around the world.
Journal of Cognitive Psychology Best Paper Award 2012
On behalf of the Editor and Associate Editors of the Journal of Cognitive Psychology
, we are delighted to announce the winning article of the journal’s Best Paper Award 2012. The winning paper is: The relationship between sustained attention, attentional selectivity, and capacity
by Laura P. McAvinue, Signe Vangkilde, Katherine A. Johnson, Thomas Habekost, Søren Kyllingsbæk, Ian H. Robertson and Claus Bundesen. Click on the link above to read this paper. The article was published in the Journal of Cognitive Psychology
Volume 24, Issue 3, 2012. Congratulations to the authors! Download the full announcement PDF.
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