Cognitive & Experimental Psychology
Cognitive & Experimental Psychology publishes experimental and theoretical papers addressing the mind and behaviour. It accepts submissions on a wide range of topics central to cognitive and experimental psychology, including (but not limited to) attention, perception, sensorimotor processing, memory, executive functioning, language, social cognition, as well as the examination of cognition across the lifespan. Cogent also encourages submission of theoretical reviews and submissions reporting the development/application of computational models.
Meet the Section Editor
Jim Grange, Cognitive & Experimental Psychology
Jim Grange is a cognitive psychologist and Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at Keele University, UK. He is also the University’s Academic Lead for Research Integrity and Improvement and institutional lead for the UK Reproducibility Network. The mission of his lab’s work is to conduct fundamental research to understand cognitive control processes, and to then use this knowledge to tackle applied and clinical questions. He utitilises behavioural experimental techniques together with computational modelling to address his research questions. He also has a deep interest in improving Psychology as a science and has been involved in many projects related to enhancing reproducibility and open science.
Why Submit to Cogent Psychology?
Cogent Psychology is a fully Open Access journal to serve the ever-growing expansion of multi- and inter-disciplinary research in the psychology field:
Unique aims and scope welcoming truly multidisciplinary research in psychology.
Swift online publication on a state-of-the-art platform.
Immediate and everlasting free access to your article to anyone worldwide.
Rigorous peer review process led by our team of subject experts across specialty sections.
Format-free submissions so you can prioritize content over style.