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Architectural Science Review

Special Issue on 'Cognition and Neuroscience in Architecture' | Call for Papers | Deadline: 1 October, 2019

Theme

Contributions are sought for consideration in a Special Issue of Architectural Science Review that focuses on the theme of Cognition and Neuroscience in Architecture. 

While the environmental psychology literature has studied questions of human cognition and perception in the design of buildings and places for decades, there has been an explosion of research in cognition and neuroscience in recent years.  This new knowledge has drastically changed scientists’ understanding of how people experience places around them, yet few of these findings have been employed or expanded upon by architectural scholars in their own research. 

This Special Issue seeks to collect papers that do just that, drawing on the latest cognitive and neuroscience knowledge and methods to understand and improve the practice of architecture and planning. 

Submission Instructions

Abstract:

Please submit an abstract (350 words) outlining the scope, method and results of your original research by 1 October 2019 The abstract should clearly refer to the set topic of the Special Issue. Please send the abstracts to Professor Justin B. Hollander email: justin.hollander@tufts.edu

Invitation for a full paper

After a positive evaluation of your abstract, we will invite you by 1 November 2019 to submit a full paper to the special issue.

Full paper submission

Please submit the full paper no later than 1 April 2020 The length of the manuscript should be no more than 6000 word plus illustrations. The paper will be reviewed by selected reviewers as per normal ASR paper reviewing procedure but we will fast track this reviewing process to guarantee publication by the end of 2019 (online). See details of deadlines below. Please see links to the ASR home page for the instructions to authors: http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tasr20#.V43XqSN968U

Architectural Science Review

Architectural Science Review presents a balanced collection of papers on a wide range of topics. From its first issue over 50 years ago the journal documents the profession’s interest in environmental issues, covering topics such as thermal comfort, lighting, and sustainable architecture, contributing to this extensive field of knowledge by seeking papers from a broad geographical area.

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Special Issue Editors

Justin B. Hollander, Tufts University

Jonathan D. Ericson, Bentley University 

David Wadley, University of Queensland