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- The Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology publishes original research papers that advance understanding of the field of experimental psychology, broadly considered. This includes, but is not restricted to, cognition, perception, motor performance, attention, memory, learning, language, decision making, development, comparative psychology, and neuroscience.
- The Journal will publish
- a. papers reporting empirical results that advance knowledge in a particular research area;
- b. papers describing theoretical, methodological, or conceptual advances that are relevant to the interpretation of empirical evidence in the field;
- c. brief reports (less than 2,500 words for the main text) that describe new results or analyses with clear theoretical or methodological import.
- Occasionally, the Journal will publish book reviews judged to be of broad interest to the experimental psychology research community.
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- Publication frequency: Quarterly, beginning in March
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Volume 65 (2011)Edit
Volume 64 (2010)Edit
Volume 63 (2009)Edit
Volume 62 (2008)Edit
Volume 61 (2007)Edit
Volume 60 (2006)Edit
Volume 59 (2005)Edit
Volume 58 (2004)Edit
Volume 57 (2003)Edit
- Shen, J., Reingold, E. M, & Pomplun, M. (2003). Guidance of eye movements during conjunctive visual search: The distractor-ratio effect. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57, 76-96. Full text
- Ray, C., & Reingold, E. M. (2003). Long-term perceptual specificity effects in recognition memory: The transformed pictures paradigm. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57, 131-137. Full text