[visionlist] Sensory Deprivation Special Issue - last call - deadline 13 feb. 2020

Luigi Cuturi Luigi.Cuturi at iit.it
Tue Jan 28 11:38:16 -04 2020

Last call for papers!
We would like to send the last call for papers for the special issue on Spatial and Temporal Perception in Sensory Deprivation in Frontiers.
Deadline: 13th February 2020
You can find more information at the following link and below.

*       Topic Summary: The interest of the present Research Topic is to provide new insights about the effects of sensory deprivation on spatial and temporal perception as well as the behavioral and cerebral modifications following the adoption of training protocols intended to improve spatial and temporal perception after sensory deprivation.

*       Topic Contributions: Authors are encouraged to submit papers regarding behavioral, electrophysiological and neuroimaging evidences related to the influence of sensory deprivation on spatial and temporal perception in humans and/or in animals. Empirical and review research studies are both welcome. Papers with a specific focus on development and sensory deprivation in childhood will be favored, with the intention of raising awareness on the need to identify and adopt in the first years of life adequate training intervention to boost residual abilities after sensory loss

*       Topic Editors:

o   Giulia Cappagli (IRCSS Mondino and Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy),

o   Luigi Cuturi (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)

o   Irene Senna (Ulm University, Germany)

o   Monica Gori (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)

o   Marc Ernst (Ulm University, Germany).
Manuscripts can be submitted to this Research Topic via the following journals:
Frontiers in Neuroscience - Perception Science
Frontiers in Psychology - Perception Science
We are looking forward to receiving your submissions!

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