[visionlist] MDPI Vision Special Issue "Cybervision: Investigating Vision and Visual Cognition through Web-Based Studies"
SMITH, DAN T.
daniel.smith2 at durham.ac.uk
Thu Jun 16 03:58:16 -04 2022
Dear friends and colleagues,
I'm pleased to announce a Special Issue of MDPI Vision entitled "Cybervision: Investigating Vision and Visual Cognition through Web-Based Studies" that I'm guest editing with Dr Edwin Dalmaijer. The last couple of years have seen a remarkable development in the use of online research in vision science, accelerated by the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. This move to internet-mediated vision science presents a number of challenges to scientists who are used to exerting a high degree of control in the lab. It also presents great opportunities in terms of the size and diversity of samples. The idea of the Special Issue is to bring together web-based studies of vision and visual cognition to better understand how scholars have adapted to this new paradigm, and what successes (and failures!) there have been in translating research from the lab to the virtual world.
We are keen to attract high quality experimental work / review papers and MDPI have agreed to a small number of APC discounts for these submissions. For more information on the issue, please visit the Special Issue website: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision/special_issues/cybervision
Papers may be submitted from now until 1 October 2022 as papers will be published on an ongoing basis. Submitted papers should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We also encourage authors to send a short abstract or tentative title to the Editorial Office in advance (lemon.chen at mdpi.com<mailto:lemon.chen at mdpi.com>). For more information, please visit our Instructions for Authors: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision/instructions
Dan & Edwin
Professor Daniel T. Smith, CPsychol
Dept. of Psychology
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