The Journal of Cognition, the official journal of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, publishes reviews, empirical articles (including registered reports), data reports, stimulus development reports, comments, and methodological notes relevant to all areas of cognitive psychology, including attention, memory, perception, psycholinguistics, and reasoning. We also publish cross-disciplinary research if we judge that it has clear implications for development of cognitive psychological theories. As a signatory of the Center for Open Science's Transparency and Openness Promotion guidelines, we value methodological rigour and transparent scientific practices. We welcome submissions from scholars working anywhere in the world.
We're very happy to announce the publication of a special collection looking at attention and working memory. This collection features a theoretical review by Oberauer describing various ways attention has been conceptualized and applied to understanding memory, cataloguing their differences, and weighing the strength of evidence for each. There is then follow up critical commentaries from experts on attention, cognitive control, and working memory with a reply from Oberauer.
View each publication at https://www.journalofcognition.org/collections/special/theoretical-review/
Posted on 05 Nov 2019
Journal of Cognition is very happy to announce the launch of volume 2 with three new publications. Accompanying an Editorial from Candice Morey, we have a paper on spoken-word recognition from David Liben-Nowell et al (http://doi.org/10.5334/joc.51) and another on measures and performance on the Antisaccade Eye Movement Task from B. B. Magnusdottir et al (http://doi.org/10.5334/joc.52).
Candice Morey, the journal's EiC, has also been speaking to Ubiquity Press, reviewing the reasoning for turning to open access, the first year of publishing, and plans for 2019. Read the Q&A at https://t.co/IhWjErzzRD.
Posted on 24 Jan 2019