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Studies in Brain and Mind

Studies in Brain and Mind

Editor-in-chief: Piccinini, Gualtiero

ISSN: 1573-4536

Gualtiero Piccinini, University of Missouri - St. Louis, U.S.A.

Editorial Board
Berit Brogaard, University of Missouri - St. Louis, U.S.A.
Carl Craver, Washington University, U.S.A.
Edouard Machery, University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
Oron Shagrir, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Mark Sprevak, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K.

The series Studies in Brain and Mind provides a forum for philosophers and neuroscientists to discuss theoretical, foundational, methodological, and ethical aspects of neuroscience. It covers the following areas:

• Philosophy of Mind
• Philosophy of Neuroscience
• Philosophy of Psychology
• Philosophy of Psychiatry and Psychopathology
• Neurophilosophy
• Neuroethics

The series aims for a high level of clarity, rigor, novelty, and scientific competence. Book proposals and complete manuscripts of 200 or more pages are welcome. Original monographs will be peer reviewed. Edited volumes and conference proceedings will be considered provided that the chapters are individually refereed.

Initial proposals can be sent to the Editor-in-Chief, prof. Gualtiero Piccinini, at piccininig@umsl.edu. Proposals should include:

• A short synopsis of the work or the introduction chapter
• The proposed Table of Contents
• The CV of the lead author(s)
• If available: one sample chapter

We aim to make a first decision within 1 month of submission. In case of a positive first decision the work will be provisionally contracted: the final decision about publication will depend upon the result of the anonymous peer review of the complete manuscript. We aim to have the complete work peer-reviewed within 3 months of submission.

For more information, please contact the Editor-in-Chief at piccininig@umsl.edu.

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