Call for papers: Special issue SIG22 conference 2018, Mind Brain and Education journal
Please note that the deadline for submission has now passed. We anticipate the special issue will be published in Spring or Summer 2019.
We gladly invite all SIG22 members and/or conference participants to submit an article to contribute to the SIG22 Conference 2018 special issue. If you have a paper in progress from the work you presented at the conference, or any other work related to both (cognitive) neuroscience and education, our special issue will guarantee a wide readership and thereby reach all the relevant people. Given the quality and diversity of the posters and talks at the conference, we are looking forward to many submissions to make this a very exciting and interesting issue of Mind, Brain and Education!
Timeline: - Pre-submission deadline September 10th2018: send a title and abstract (maximum 300 words) of your planned submission to Nienke van Atteveldt (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Sabine Peters (email@example.com). You can do this between now and September 10th. Note that you can only submit an article for the special issue if we have received your title and abstract in time. - Submission deadlineNovember 5th 2018: Submit your article using the regular online submission system of Mind, Brain and Education: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/m-b-e - Expected publication date of the special issue: Late Spring/Summer 2019.
Please take the following into account when preparing your article: - We especially encourage the article types Research Articles, Reviews and Commentaries. - (Guest) associate editors of the special issue are Sabine Peters (Leiden University), Nienke van Atteveldt (VU University Amsterdam), Bert de Smedt (Leuven University) and Iroise Dumontheil (Birkbeck, University of London). - Please follow the regular article guidelines for authors: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/1751228x/homepage/forauthors.html - Please note that MBE does not publish purely educational submissions, or purely neuroscience submissions. MBE articles are those that integrate across fields with experiments or reviews/commentaries.