Aim and Scope

Journal of Cognitive Neuropsychology is a peer-reviewed resource that provides up-to-date information on the clinical management and rehabilitation of persons with traumatic brain injuries. Journal of Cognitive Neuropsychology aims to promote the research on human cognition based on neuropsychological methods comprising brain pathology, stimulation, brain imaging, recording, or the study of evolving deficits. The research can encompass brain-lesion or neurologically intact adults, children, or non-human animals if it contributes to our understanding of normal human cognitive processes.

The journal publishes the recent development in the field of:

•             Cognitive Neuro Psychology

•             Brain Injury

•             Cognitive Neuroscience

•             Neurological Illness

•             Aphasia

•             Neuro Imaging

•             Mental Illness

•             Cognitive Neuropsychiatry

•             Neuro Psychology