Call for Papers: "Microsaccades - Empirical Research and Methodological Advances"

Call for Papers

Journal of Eye Movement Research

Special Thematic Issue:

 „Microsaccades: Empirical Research and Methodological Advances“

With the availability of affordable high speed eye tracking devices, microsaccades have come  into the focus of interest in various areas of sensory, perceptual and cognitive processes. We are planning a thematic issue with original empirical research or reviews on microsaccades, including measurement and data analysis in fundamental, translational, and applied research.

We invite authors for submissions, following the instructions given in https://bop.unibe.ch/index.php/JEMR/about/submissions - authorGuidelines

Deadlines:  Abstract submission:      June 30, 2018,  

                  Manuscript submission: November 15, 2018.

The Journal of Eye Movement Research will publish each individual article in Issue 6 of Volume 11 (2018) on a rolling basis.

The content alert will be distributed after completion of the full issue.

 Guest editors:

                       Susana Martinez-Conde,

                       Ralf Engbert

Editor in Chief  Journal of Eye Movement Research:

                       Rudolf Groner

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Susana Martinez-Conde, PhD

Professor of Ophthalmology, Neurology, and Physiology & Pharmacology

State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center

Email: smart@neuralcorrelate.com

 

Ralf Engbert, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.,

Professor of Experimental and Biological Psychology

University of Potsdam

Email: Ralf.Engbert@uni-potsdam.de

 

Rudolf Groner, PhD

Professor emeritus

University of Bern, Switzerland

Email: Rudolf Groner <contact@jemr.org>