Visual Cognition is looking for new empirical research articles that advance theoretical understanding of the processes underlying human visual cognition.
Studies may address any aspect of visual cognition such as:
• Object, face, and scene recognition
• Visual attention
• Visual memory
• Visual word recognition and reading
• Eye movement control and active vision
• Visual imagery
For more information about the journal’s scope please read here.
Benefits of publishing with Visual Cognition
Visual Cognition in an established, peer-reviewed, quality publication with a large international circulation. It has a competitive turnaround time, with first submissions typically receiving a decision within 45 days, and articles are typically published online in final form within 5 weeks of acceptance. Its current 2-year Impact Factor is 1.651, and its 5-year Impact Factor is 1.94.
All submissions should be made online at the Visual Cognition Scholar One Manuscripts website.