Experimental Cognitive Psychology

Mixed Media Painting (Detail) by Choichun Leung / Dumbo Arts Center: Art Under the Bridge Festival 2009 / 20090926.10D.54929.P1.L1 / SML, New York, USA, September 26, 2009 | © Courtesy of See-ming Lee/Flickr.
Mixed Media Painting (Detail) by Choichun Leung / Dumbo Arts Center: Art Under the Bridge Festival 2009 / 20090926.10D.54929.P1.L1 / SML, New York, USA, September 26, 2009 | © Courtesy of See-ming Lee/Flickr.

The journal Open Psychology invites submissions for its topical issue entitled “Experimental Cognitive Psychology.”


EDITORS

Jens Bölte, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany

Supporting Editors:
Ryan P. M. Hackländer, Universität Hildesheim
Pamela Baess, Universität Hildesheim
Christina Bermeitinger, Universität Hildesheim


DESCRIPTION

The special issue is dedicated to the broad topic of experimental cognitive psychology.

Specifically, the issue covers various aspects and interactions of cognition, perception, and action. A special focus can be on priming (in a broad as well as narrow sense) and compatibility tasks.

Further, the relationship of cognition and emotion as well as social influences on cognition can also be part of the presented research.

The special issue is not limited to these topics. Papers from other areas of experimental cognitive psychology as well as theoretical contributions on cognitive phenomena are also welcome.

This special issue is associated with HexKoP, Autumn Meeting of Experimental Cognitive Psychology.


SCOPE OF THE ISSUE

  • Experimental Psychology
  • Cognition, Perception, and Action
  • Cognition and Emotion
  • Priming and Compatibility Tasks

Edited by Pablo Markin


Featured Image Credits: Mixed Media Painting (Detail) by Choichun Leung / Dumbo Arts Center: Art Under the Bridge Festival 2009 / 20090926.10D.54929.P1.L1 / SML, New York, USA, September 26, 2009 | © Courtesy of See-ming Lee/Flickr.


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