Psychophysiology

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Edited By: Monica Fabiani

Impact Factor: 3.074

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 4/14 (Psychology Biological); 15/85 (Psychology Experimental); 20/76 (Psychology); 25/83 (Physiology); 105/256 (Neurosciences)

Online ISSN: 1469-8986

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Psychophysiology in the News

A new article in Slate features a recent article from Psychophysiology by SPR member Steve Hackley, showing that humans retain vestigial muscles and neural circuitry similar to those used by cats to swivel their ears. Although human ears are too rigid for these ancient circuits to actually rotate them, Hackley's analysis of over 60 published studies indicated that their muscles attempt to respond to unexpected and distracting sounds in a way similar to that seen in many mammalian relatives. Click here to read this online!

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Psychophysiology Special Issues

January 2017 - Special Issue: Re-centering science: Reliability, Robustness, and Reproducibility in Psychophysiological Research
This special issue of Psychophysiology examines the funding and publishing environments that have led to a "replicability crisis" in science. Articles in this special issue illustrate specific methodological steps that researchers in psychophysiology can take to enhance the robustness and reproducibility of findings.

Click below to view the International Journal of Psychophysiology's related issue on rigor and replication:
"Rigor and Replication: Towards Improved Best Practices in Psychophysiological Research"
International Journal of Psychophysiology, 2017, Volume 111

March 2016 - Special issue: Reshaping Clinical Science: Psychophysiology and the NIMH Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) Initiative
The March 2016 issue of the journal Psychophysiology will be a special one focused on NIMH’s Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) initiative. As special editors of the issue, Drs. Christopher Patrick and Greg Hajcak offer a fresh perspective on the initiative and a platform for discussion among researchers involved in RDoC-related research.

January 2016 - Special Issue: Diversity and Representation
This special issue is devoted to the illustration and discussion of three key demographic variables (sex/gender, race/ethnicity, and socioeconomic status) that have been shown to moderate associations between psychophysiological processes and behavior.

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