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New issue of CNS student journal
The newest issue of the Proceedings of the Master's Programme Cognitive Neuroscience is released on March 21. This 7th volume will be formally launched with a session of short talks about publishing in neuroscience at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour at 16:30. The event and concluding borrel will be open to everyone.
March 19, 2012
The CNS journal was introduced in 2006 and has been published annually. It is the first Cognitive Neuroscience journal in the Netherlands that is produced by CNS master students. The journal offers students a worthy context to present and share their scientific accomplishments with other institutes and laboratories, and gives them the opportunity to become familiar with the fairly complicated process of scientific publication. Every issue publishes the best theses of CNS graduates, chosen via an intensive review process.
The 2012 issue contains papers about language understanding and motor and theory of mind systems, brain state differences in somatosensory cortices of rats, somatosensory orienting in humans and the relation to attentional orienting, motor memories of self-motion, conflicts in the bilingual brain, and ERP-based tactile spellers.
Want to find out more about the journal? Check this link.