Following the two open meetings at SAN 2011, Thessaloniki, five special issues in neuroscience journals were initiated.
The first on BCI, based around the workshop organised by Matthias Treder was published online in August in the Journal of Neural Engineering, volume 9, number 4 with 12 manuscripts.
M.S.Treder, 2012, Special section on Gaze-independent Brain-Computer Interface. J Neural Engineering. doi: 10.1088/1741-2560/9/4/040201.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioural Reviews.
The second is in progress with Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews guest co-edited by John Gruzelier, Fabio Babiloni, Dirk de Ridder, Panos Bamidis. This encompasses theoretical and review contributions with 16 submissions.
A third has been invited by Biological Psychology as a themed issue on Neurofeedback with guest co-editors John Gruzelier and Geert van Boxtel. 18 empirical contributions and commentaries are under review or are to be submitted.
International Journal of Psychophysiology.
A double issue on Applied Neuroscience is underway with the International Journal of Psychophysiology structured around Psychobiology with John Gruzelier, Tomas Ros, Miriam Reiner as guest co-editors and 17 submissions, and structured around Development and Pathology with John Gruzelier, Lynda Pagani and Panos Bamidis as guest co-editors and with 15 submissions.
SAN SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES
Following initiatives at the conference six Special Issues for various
scientific journals are in preparation.
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APPLIED NEUROSCIENCE CONFERENCE : May 17(eve), 18, 19, 20.
SAN members Martijn Arns and Rien Breteler together with an organizing committee and the Applied Neuroscience Foundation, a non-profit organisation based in Nijmegen, are hosting a conference on Applied Neuroscience in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, to coincide with the city's 2000th anniversary and its designation this year as "The City of Health". SAN together with the Dutch Association of Psychologists are the main sponsors of this meeting.
SAN will organize workshops and training courses following the meeting: May 21, 22, 23. Details to follow.