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Special Issues in MSR Extension Deadline

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Special Issues on Multisensory Research

Multisensory research is calling for papers to appear in four special issues due publishing by mid-2015

Special Issue on Multimodality of Early Sensory Processing
Guest Editors: Paola Binda, Guido Marco Cicchini and Roberto Arrighi
Deadline is extended to 30 November 2014. Click here for more details.

Special Issue on Multisensory Development and Plasticity
Guest Editors: Monica Gori and Ileana Hanganu-Opatz
Deadline is 30 September 2014. Click here for more details.

Special Issue on Vestibular Cognition
Guest Editors:  Laurence Harris and Elisa Ferrè
Deadline is 1 October 2014. Click here for more details.

Special Issue on Understanding the Correspondences
Guest Editors:  Charles Spence, Ophelia Deroy and Cesare V. Parise,
Deadline is 1 October 2014. Click here for more details.

Online submission: Articles for publication in Multisensory Research can be submitted online through Editorial Manager, please click here.

Multisensory Research is an interdisciplinary archival journal covering all aspects of multisensory processing including the control of action, cognition and attention. Research using any approach to increase our understanding of multisensory perceptual, behavioural, neural and computational mechanisms is encouraged. Empirical, neurophysiological, psychophysical, brain imaging, clinical, developmental, mathematical and computational analyses are welcome. Research will also be considered covering multisensory applications such as sensory substitution, crossmodal methods for delivering sensory information or multisensory approaches to robotics and engineering. Short communications and technical notes that draw attention to new developments will be included, as will reviews and commentaries on current issues. Special issues dealing with specific topics will be announced from time to time. Multisensory Research is a continuation of Seeing and Perceiving and of Spatial Vision.

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