call for papers in the areasof neuroscience

monika trzcinska 054470 at acadvm1.uottawa.ca
Thu Feb 4 17:50:21 EST 1993


As a graduate student in experimental psychology with a neuroscience
specialization, a member this list and an editor for the "neuroscience section"
of the Psychology Graduate Student Journal (PGSJ
I urge you to read this message. PGSJ is still in its infancy as professional
journals go, but we are working towards making it a legitimate peered
scientific journal.  If you believe you have something to share in the area of
neuroscience with your fellow scientists, please consider a submission to PGSJ.
Below you will find all the necessary information...
Best regards,

  ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THE PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT JOURNAL
                    REQUEST FOR PAPERS

**Feature Topic: Neuroscience (topics related to neurophysiology,
                 neuroanatomy, neuroendocrinology)

**Please send your submissions to: Monika M. Trzcinska
**Editor: 054470 at ACADVM1.UOTTAWA.CA

  Articles which have been accepted for publication will be compiled
  into a volume of The Psychology Graduate Student Journal: The
  PSYCGRAD Journal (c).

  (c) The Psychology Graduate Student Journal is a production of The
  PSYCGRAD Project (Copyright by Matthew Simpson).


REQUIREMENTS:

1. All submitted articles should be in text format.

2. All articles should contain a table of contents outlined according to
   1 Main topic number one
   1.1 First sub-topic of main topic one
   1.1.1 First sub-sub-topic of main topic one
   1.2 Second sub-topic of main topic one
   2 Second main topic

3. Each paragraph should begin with the appropriate number outlined in
   the table of contents.

   (Items 2 and 3, mentioned above, are necessary because bold and
   italic fonts are not recognized on most electronic-mail systems).

4. Each line should be no greater than 70 columns in width.  This is
   necessary to decrease line-wrapping across systems.

5. APA guidelines must be adhered to (except where otherwise
   inconvenienced by electronic format, eg. items above)

6. Articles must not have been published elsewhere in written form.
   (Not published in journals; May have been posters or talks at
   conferences)
   Articles accepted for publication in The PSYCGRAD Journal may
   be published elsewhere at a later date.

7. After the title of each article, the author's name, postal address,
   e-mail address and affiliated institution must appear.

8. A list of keywords must also be provided.


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