Call for Papers
International Quarterly of Cognitive Science
Marta Olivetti Belardinelli, Universitą di
Roma "La Sapienza"
S. Albeverio (Advisory; Bonn); I.
Aleksander (Advisory; London); Peter G. Anderson (New
York); E. Andrč (Saarbruecken);
T. Arecchi (Advisory; Firenze); C. Balkenius (Lund); N. Birbaumer (Tuebingen);
N. Block (New York); B. Boguraev (New York); R. Brambilla (Milano); D. Brown
(Cambridge); H. Bunt (Tilburg); V.
Cimagalli (Roma); H.B. Eichenbaum (Advisory; Boston); J.
Feng (Cambridge); A.M. Gadomski (Roma); R. Gerlai (San Francisco);
R. Gregson (Canberra); S. Grossberg (Advisory; Boston); U.
Hahn (Freiburg); H. Haken (Stuttgart); A. Koriat (Haifa); A. N.
Lebedev (Moscow); G. Leng (Edimburg); F. Macar (Marseille); J.L. McGaugh (Irvine);
H. Nwana (Ipswich); A. Oliverio (Roma); M.T. Pazienza (Roma); E. Pessa (Roma); W.
Pedryzcz (Alberta); M. Posner (Advisory;
New York); A. Postma (Utrecht); T.W Robbins (Cambridge); C. Rossi-Arnaud (Roma); G. Sabah (Advisory; Paris); R.
Scozzafava (Roma); M.V.
Shcherbina (Kharkov); A. Silva (Los Angeles); J.F. Sowa (Westchester);
H. Spada (Freiburg); K. E. Stecke (Ann Arbor); B. Tirozzi (Roma); B. Tversky (Stanford).
Cognitive Processing - (CP) is a new,
peer reviewed scientific journal merged with the well established Psychologische
Beiträge. It publishes innovative contributions
to the multidisciplinary field of the cognitive science. The first aim
is to present the newest results reached in the manifold disciplines
concerned with the different aspects of cognitive processing in natural
and artificial systems: Artificial intelligence, Computer science and
Knowledge engineering, Linguistics, Mathematics, Neuroscience,
Philosophy and Cognitive anthropology, Psychology, Robotics. The main
purpose is communication with different specialists on topics of common
interest. The journal will promote an interdisciplinary understanding of
diverse topics in contemporary cognitive science.
CP considers whatever subject matter concerning
cognitive processing, accepting whatever approach to investigation:
theoretical, experimental, methodological, computational and modeling,
applicative. A tentative list of topic: Action, Attention, Cognitive
change and optimization, Computing in Cognitive science, Connectionist
approaches, Expertise, Knowledge acquisition, Knowledge representation,
Language (Grammar and Semantics, Discourse analysis, Development,
Disturbances), Mental architectures and models, Memory, Mind design,
Multimedia data-bases, Perception and pattern recognition.
Each issue will contain: 2 invited papers widely discussing the same
problem from the point of view of neuro- and computer sciences; original
research reports; brief research notes; information and book reviews.
CP will be indexed from the first issue in PsychLit.
Manuscripts should be submitted to the CP Editor at the following
Marta Olivetti Belardinelli - ECONA, via dei Marsi
78, I-00185 ROMA
Each submission should include one original and two
a) the full manuscript;
b) a separate title page containing the title, authors' names and
affiliations and authors' address, fax and Email;
c) another separate sheet with the abstracts, approximately 200 words, and again the indication of the title.
Authors should prepare manuscripts according to the Publication
Manual of the American Psychological Association (4th
Tables and Figures must be supplied in professional-quality finished
form, ready for reproduction. Illustrations in color can be accepted
only if the authors defray the cost.
Upon full acceptance of the article for publication the final revised
version must be supplied both on paper and on computer disk in Rich Text
Accepted manuscripts will be published immediately in Internet before
the Journal appears.
Topics for the invited papers of the first issues will be:
Connection between modeling and experimental
neuroscience: problems and solutions
Hippocampus and memory: research and modeling
Brain theory of language
Cognitive architectures in natural and artificial
Memory systems; declarative memories
A unified theory of cognition and action
Scientific studies of consciousness
Neuroimaging and memory process
Next deadlines for submissions:
February 10, 2000
April 30, 2000
July 20, 2000
October 30, 2000
January 30, 2001
April 30, 2001
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