The International Journal of Aerospace Psychology
Call for Papers
The journal will entertain manuscripts detailing both basic and applied research in areas including but not limited to: Selection & training, simulation, displays, controls, automation, intelligent systems, human performance (perception/cognition, motor, learning), and other related topics as applicable to individuals and teams performing in flight-deck, aft cabin, air-traffic, remote-piloted, and space-system environments.
The manuscripts should relate findings to the design, development and/or operation of safe, effective aerospace systems from the standpoint of the human operators and occupants.
Papers can be reports of true experiments, reviews of the literature, or practitioner papers relating observations which may stem from operational experience but not constitute a true experiment. Single-experiment papers should be 5000 words or less in length.
Multi-experiment papers and review articles can be longer. Shorter concise reports may be considered for a Research Note. All submissions are processed through the web site. Manuscripts should be submitted immediately or as soon as is possible.
The International Journal of Aerospace Psychology receives all manuscript submissions electronically via its ScholarOne Manuscripts portal located here. ScholarOne Manuscripts allows for rapid submission of original and revised manuscripts, and facilitates the review process and internal communication between authors, editors, and reviewers via a web-based platform.
If you have any other requests or wish to inquire as to the suitability of a manuscript for the journal, please contact the Editor, Manoj Patankar, at IJAP.Editor.firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Editor: Manoj Patankar, Purdue University (IJAP.Editor.email@example.com)