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Special Issue: Development of Temporal Cognition
Deadline: 1 October 2019
The Journal of Genetic Psychology invites the submission of papers for a special issue addressing the development of temporal cognition during infancy, childhood, and adulthood.
Papers that address the following topics, as well as other aspects of temporal cognition, are encouraged:
- awareness or judgments of duration
- representations and memory for temporal location or temporal sequence
- autobiographical and event memory
- semantic expressions and grammatical markers of time
- prospective memory
- expectations or decisions about future events
- relations between temporal cognition and other abilities
- cultural and social influences on temporal cognition
- individual differences in temporal cognition
Contributions may include reports of empirical research, literature reviews, conceptual papers, or methodological papers. Manuscript submissions may vary in length from 10 to 35 pages.
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Manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the Journal of Genetic Psychology submission portal on Scholar One: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/gnt.
Authors must indicate in their cover letter that their paper should be considered for the temporal cognition special issue. All submissions will undergo peer-review.
Deadline for submission: October 1, 2019
We look forward to your submission. For questions or further information please contact Bradford Pillow: firstname.lastname@example.org.