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Neuropsychology Award 2022

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Share your research for an opportunity to win the Taylor & Francis #NeuroPsych22 Award

Here’s what to do:

  • Submit to one of the sponsoring journals detailed below

  • If you are accepted and published, share your paper on Twitter using #Neuropsych22 and tagging @Routledgepsych

It’s that simple.

What are the benefits of sharing your research on Twitter? By sharing you can:

  • Connect with other academics in your field

  • Ask questions and crowdsource ideas

  • Spread the word about your research

  • Publicize your article, increasing downloads, citations and impact

All articles published in journals sponsoring the Award between 1st January 2021 and 30th November 2022 are eligible. Scroll down for Terms & Conditions. 

Already published in a sponsoring journal? Get tweeting, and don’t forget to use #NeuroPsych22 and tag @RoutledgePsych!

2022 Winner to be announced

Tweet about your research using #Neuropsych22 and tagging @Routledgepsych.

Submit your study to a sponsoring journal to be in with your chance of winning.

Publishes research on aphasia, language impairment and disabilities related to brain damage, also covering speech and language pathology, neurology, and more.
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Applied Neuropsychology: Child
Publishes articles and brief communications on neuropsychological dysfunctions, brain functioning and neuroimaging, and treatment and rehabilitation in children.
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The Clinical Neuropsychologist
The Clinical Neuropsychologist publishes research, discussions and case studies on neuropsychology.
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Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation publishes research related to rehabilitation, recovery of function, cognitive neurosciences and brain plasticity.
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Child Neuropsychology
Publishes papers on neuropsychological effects of disorders affecting brain functioning and neuropsychology of development in children and adolescents.
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Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition
Publishes works on normal and dysfunctional cognitive development in adulthood and aging and research connecting cognitive gerontology and neuropsychology.
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Publishes case studies and innovative group studies in neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology reflecting the neural basis of cognition.
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Publishes research on all aspects of laterality in human and non-human species, including the evolution of biological, neural or behavioral asymmetry.
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Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology
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Applied Neuropsychology: Adult
Publishes clinical neuropsychological research on assessment, brain functioning and neuroimaging, neuropsychological treatment and rehabilitation in adults.
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Cognitive Neuropsychiatry
Publishes research on cognitive neuropsychiatry and promotes the study of cognitive processes underlying psychological and behavioral abnormalities.
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Developmental Neuropsychology
Publishes work on the relationship between brain and behavior, covering behavioral and cognitive function, motor skills, brain damage, aging and plasticity.
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Terms & Conditions

What will I win?
The Taylor & Francis #Neuropsych22 Award e-certificate and an article pass for 50 free articles, for use at your discretion, to access any Taylor & Francis content.

Who will win?
The winner will be chosen at random from all Tweets from authors promoting your research published in a sponsoring journal between 1st January 2021 and 30th November 2022 using the hashtag #Neuropsych22 and tagging @Routledgepsych.

What are the rules?
For an opportunity to win this award, you must be a named author on a paper published in one of the sponsoring journals detailed on this page. 
You must be a named author on the specific paper you are promoting.
The paper you are promoting must be published between 1st January 2021 and 30th November 2022.
Tweets posted before 25th February 2022 will not be eligible.   
The Twitter account from which you promote your research must be assigned to you in the name which appears on your authored paper. 
Tweets must feature a link to your article on Taylor & Francis Online, the hashtag #Neuropsych22 Award and tag @Routledgepsych.
Negative interactions or comments by the author will not be eligible.
Please do not tweet the same message multiple times in the same day as this is in violation of the guidelines set out by Twitter.
All tweets must conform to the Twitter Rules. If you are unsure as to what this entails, please refer to: https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/twitter-rules.

Share your research in a special issue of Language Acquisition, focusing on language development in children who are both members of a clinically significant group, & who are acquiring at least one language other than English. More info: https://t.co/4lZeaVvhY1 @LangAcqJournal https://t.co/PYgjo6joXy
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