Seeing and Perceiving
Editors-in-Chief: Laurence R. Harris (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) and Concetta Morrone (Pisa, Italy)
Please note that starting in 2013 Seeing and Perceiving will become Multisensory Research (MSR). Should your article eventually be accepted, it will be published in Multisensory Research. For more information, see www.brill.com/msr.
Seeing and Perceiving, the continuation of Spatial Vision, is an interdisciplinary archival journal covering human and mammalian perception and the underlying brain mechanisms.
A broad approach to perception is encouraged, including multisensory integration involving vision, the study of perception and action, and the cognitive, attentive, adaptive, and memory aspects of perception. Empirical, clinical, mathematical and computational analyses are welcome. Theory is expected to be empirically constrained and empirical work to be theoretically relevant. Short communications and technical notes that draw attention to new developments are welcome, as are reviews and commentaries on current issues. Special Issues dealing with a single topic will be announced from time to time.
Seeing and Perceiving Travel Bursary
Brill is pleased to announce the Seeing and Perceiving Travel Bursary in honor of Adam Reeves at the occasion of his retirement as Editor-in-Chief of the journal. There will be one bursary of US$ 400 awarded annually to help a student attend a conference that deals with a topic covered by Seeing and Perceiving.
Students should submit their application (200 words max.) along with name, affiliation, contact details, supervisor and information about the conference (what, when, where) they wish to attend to the publisher at Brill: Michiel Thijssen.
Thomson Scientific’s Journal Citations Report for 2011 ranks Seeing and Perceiving, with an Impact Factor of 1.182.
Members of the Vision Sciences Society can subscribe to the 2011 Volume of Seeing and Perceiving at the special individual e-only member subscription rate of US$ 84 (EUR 62).