[MARMAM] Call for papers
s.kuczaj at usm.edu
Tue Jul 30 09:04:01 PDT 2013
Animal Behavior and Cognition is a new peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarly work on all aspects of animal behavior and cognition, including behavioral ecology, behavioral genetics, communication, development, emotion, learning, mating, memory, motivation, neuroscience, parenting, perception, personality, planning, problem solving, social cognition, social interactions, and spatial mapping.
Animal Behavior and Cognition provides:
· Free, open access: increased global visibility and research impact
· Electronic submission and prompt editorial decisions
· Free publication of accepted manuscripts: no author or publication fees
We welcome submissions in the following formats:
1. Original research reports: Manuscripts that report original research that has not been published elsewhere. Research could be observational or experimental, and could be conducted in laboratory or natural settings.
2. Replication attempts: Manuscripts that report attempts (successful or unsuccessful) to replicate findings that have been published in a peer-reviewed journal.
3. Critical reviews: Manuscripts that integrate and review the literature on a specific aspect of animal behavior and cognition. Authors of such submissions will typically have made significant contributions to the topic of concern.
4. Brief reports: Manuscripts of fewer than 4000 words that report intriguing methods or findings.
In addition to the above formats for individual submissions, we welcome proposals for special issues to be devoted to a particular topic. Inquiries and proposals should be directed to the editor.
Please direct questions or submissions to:
Editor: Stan Kuczaj, s.kuczaj at usm.edu<mailto:s.kuczaj at usm.edu>
University of Southern Mississippi, USA
Associate editor: Lauren Highfill, highfile at eckerd.edu<mailto:highfile at eckerd.edu>
Eckerd College, USA
Visit the ABC website for more info: http://abc.sciknow.org
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