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The Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science is an electronic journal published by the Cognitive Science Student Association at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Our aim is to provide a forum for students to share work among peers and gain valuable experience in the process of getting an academic paper published. The journal is a unique reference for students, showcasing quality research by other undergraduate students, improving the contact and exchange of ideas between students and cognitive scientists alike, and illustrating the interdisciplinary work that is the hallmark of the field.
The complete Fall 2009 journal (1.2 MB)
The complete Fall 2003 Journal. (502 KB)
The complete Spring 2002 journal. (2.0 MB)
If you are a student, consider submitting one of your outstanding papers from a senior undergraduate class for next year's edition. If you are a graduate student or faculty member in an academic discipline related to cognitive science, consider assisting us by refereeing some submissions this year. You can contact us at email@example.com.
The Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science is an electronic journal produced by the Cognitive Science Student association at Simon Fraser University. The CUJCS exists as an archive for the work of talented undergraduates , a reference for students in their studies, a discourse of ideas between students and cognitive scientists, and an opportunity for students to gain experience in the process of academic publishing.
As an exhibit of undergraduate research in Cognitive Science, all related topics will be considered, and interdisciplinary collaboration is strongly encouraged. These topics include but are not limited to sociology, anthropology, biological, cognitive, and evolutionary psychology, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, computational linguistics, philosophy of language, philosophical logic, and the history of cognitive science.
All submissions must be in English, clearly written and in sufficient detail to allow a thorough assessment of the work. Papers should be no longer than 5,000 words or 15 pages, double spaced, and should conform to APA standards. Papers are welcome year-round, but for consideration for this year's publication, please submit no later than April 4th to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who submit will be notified of acceptance no later than April 10th. To ensure a blind review process, the author's name and contact information should not appear anywhere in the body of the paper. It should appear on the cover page only. Revisions will be made as suggested by the reviewers upon approval by original authors. The CUJCS reserves the right to make minor edits for clarity.
Often, papers submitted to our journal will usually be samples of works-in-progress. As such, acceptance in the CUJCS should not impede publication of a later version in traditional journals. The copyrights of all contributions remain with their authors.