AIMS & SCOPE
The Journal of Cognitive Science (JCS) is published biannually by the Institute for Cognitive Science at Seoul National University, located in Seoul, Korea. Its main concern is to publish research articles of highest quality and significance within the disciplines of cognitive science, including, but not limited to, philosophy, psychology, linguistics, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, aesthetics, anthropology, and education, insofar as it is deemed to be of interest to those who pursue the study of mind. In particular, we would like to encourage submissions that cross the traditional disciplinary boundaries in themes and methods.
The JCS showcases quality research, improves the exchange of ideas, and illustrates the interdisciplinary work that is the hallmark of the cognitive science field.
Contributions may be in the form of articles, brief reports, reviews, or squibs.
Editorial Board includes:
Adeli Hojjat, The Ohio State University
Bruno G. Bara, University of Turin
Dedre Gentner, Northwestern University
Etsuko Harada, Hosei University
Koiti Hasida, Nat'l Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Jp, editor
Ping Li, University of Richmond
Chen Lin, University of Science and Technology of China
Charles Ling, Western Ontario University, Ontario, Canada
Reiko Mazuka, Duke University
Naomi Miyake, Chukyo University, editor
Paul Thagard, University of Waterloo
Li-Hai Tan, University of Hong Kong
Yasuhiro Shirai, Cornell University
Peter Slezak, The University of New South Wales.
Hua Shu, Beijing Normal University.
Merrill Garrett University of Arizona, among others
Advisory Editorial Board includes:
Alfonso Caramazza, Harvard University
Jean-Pierre Déscles, University of Paris - Sorbonne
Kazuhiko Kakehi, Nagoya University
Jaegwon Kim, Brown University
Géraldine Legendre, Johns Hopkins University
Jay McClelland, Carnegie Mellon University
Paul Smolensky, Johns Hopkins University
Leonard Talmy, SUNY, Buffalo, among others.
All submissions must be in English, clearly written and in sufficient detail to allow the referees to assess the merits of the work. Papers should be no longer than 5500 words, and should conform to the JCS style guide or one of the popular style guides, such as the APA, L&P, MLA, and IEEE formats. Papers will be received and processed any time as promptly as possible.
Authors should send an electronic copy (e.g., MS Word and a .pdf file) (if necessary a hardcopy) to JCS. - Hard copies should be sent to the following address:
(Prof) Chungmin Lee (email@example.com)
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Cognitive Science
Department of Linguistics (and Cognitive Science Program)
Seoul National University
Republic of Korea
- All electronic submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Each submission will be brought to two or three international reviewers. The contents of reviews will be forwarded to the authors, who will then have an opportunity to make revisions if warranted. Smolensky, Caramazza, Gentner and Déscles published their articles in JCS.
Commenced publication in 2000.
Year 2000 - Volume 1: Issues 1 & 2 (combined)
Year 2001 - Volume 2: Issue 1, Issue 2
Year 2002 - Volume 3: Issue 1, Issue 2
Year 2003 - Volume 4: Issue 1, Issue 2
Year 2004 - Volume 5: Issue 1, Issue 2
Year 2005 - Volume 6: Issue 1, Issue 2
Year 2006 - Volume 7: Issue 1, Issue 2
Year 2007 - Volume 8: Issue 1, Issue 2
Year 2008 - Volume 9: Issue 1, Issue 2
Year 2009 -Volume 10: Issue 1, Issue 2
SUBSCRIPTION: per volume (print) $20 (individual); $50 (institution,
e- also); (e-) $10.
QUESTIONS? Please direct any questions, comments or concerns to
firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit http://j-cs.org.
Editing Assistant, Journal of Cognitive Science
Institute for Cognitive Science, Seoul National University,