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Edited By: Monica Fabiani
Impact Factor: 2.986
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 4/14 (Psychology Biological); 18/85 (Psychology Experimental); 22/76 (Psychology); 27/83 (Physiology); 116/252 (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 is now Online-Only
The Society for Psychophysiological Research and Wiley are delighted to announce that the Psychophysiology journal is now a fully electronic publication. In addition to significantly reducing the carbon footprint of printing and mailing, this important transition reflects a larger trend in 21st century scholarship, with scholarly journals everywhere moving rapidly toward fully electronic distribution. This has resulted in much broader readership and improved services for SPR members, including the creation of new online initiatives to strengthen the usability, submission rate, readership, and global interactivity of the fast-growing communities around the journal.
The Society for Psychophysiological Research would also like to welcome Monica Fabiani, Ph.D., as the new Editor of Psychophysiology. She succeeded Robert F. Simons, Ph.D., at the helm since 2006.
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