[visionlist] Second Call for Papers: Feature issue on: "The Role of Vision in Everyday Activities"

Cynthia Owsley owsley at uab.edu
Thu Jul 8 13:21:21 GMT 2010


Second Call for Papers

Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics is soliciting papers for a feature  
issue on:
"The Role of Vision in Everyday Activities"
Deadline for submission:  September 1, 2010

A feature issue provides the opportunity for your work to be published  
alongside papers with a similar subject matter. Past feature issues  
have included a number of important and highly cited papers.  It is  
intended for the feature issue to reflect the considerable research  
activity outlining the role of vision in everyday activities.  In  
particular, we are interested in manuscripts on the following topics  
that relate to the link between visual function and everyday  
activities such as driving, mobility, balance control, falls, reading,  
face perception and other important functional tasks.

The types of research could include:
Epidemiology studies, experimental studies, or survey-based designs.

The topics could include:

Studies that explore the relationship between vision and driving.

Studies quantifying the link between vision and falls, gait, mobility- 
orientation or balance.

Studies on vision and reading, including the development and  
evaluation of interventions to improve reading in persons who are  
visually impaired.

The Guest Editors are three of the leading international researchers  
in this area:

Professors Joanne Wood, School of Optometry and Institute of Health  
and Biomedical Innovation, Queensland University of Technology
Brisbane, Australia
Cynthia Owsley, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Alabama at  
Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Gary Rubin, UCL, Institute of Ophthalmology, UK

Professor Wood is the lead Guest Editor and will coordinate review of  
submitted articles in conjunction with the Editor-in-Chief and  
Managing Editor.

Please contact the Editor-in-Chief, David B. Elliott at d.elliott1 at bradford.ac.uk 
  if you have any questions.

How to submit your article:
Manuscripts will be peer-reviewed and must be submitted online at:
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com:80/opo

They should be prepared according to the instructions to authors  
available through the website:
http://www.wiley.com/bw/journal.asp?ref=0275-5408

Include in the cover letter that your paper is being submitted for  
this feature issue.
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