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The journal Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics is an official journal of the Psychonomic Society. It spans all areas of research in sensory processes, perception, attention, and psychophysics. Most articles published are reports of experimental work; the journal also presents theoretical, integrative, and evaluative reviews. Founded in 1966 as Perception & Psychophysics, the journal assumed its present name in 2009.
The journal also encourages studies with a neuroscientific perspective that enhance our understanding of attention, perception, and psychophysics.
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Spans all areas of research in sensory processes, perception, attention and psychophysics
Founded in 1966
A publication of the Psychonomic Society It has an SJR impact factor of 0,837.
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: effects, speed, object, search, visual, attention, order, orientation, occurs, objects, ...
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0,837SJR Impact factor
230Total Docs (Last Year)
737Total Docs (3 years)
1501Total Cites (3 years)
732Citable Docs (3 years)
1.83Cites/Doc (2 years)
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Flexible attention allocation to visual and auditory working memory tasks: manipulating reward induces a trade-offView more
T1 difficulty affects the AB: manipulating T1 word frequency and T1 orthographic neighbor frequencyView more
The control of stimulus-driven saccades is subject not to central, but to visual attention limitationsView more
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Is approximate numerical judgment truly modality-independent? Visual, auditory, and cross-modal comparisonsView more
Influence of bias on visuospatial and verbal compatibility effects in mixed-mapping environmentsView more