Brain, Body, Cognition
Editors-in-Chief: Gerry Leisman
Size: 8.5 x 11, Double column
Brain, Body, Cognition is an interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for the fields of biomedical and rehabilitation engineering, neuropsychology, clinical neurology, human factors and ergonomics, and vocational assessment and training to present critical ideas, theories, proof-of-concept for technology solutions, and data-based evaluative research to facilitate return to work or more effective functional development in children and adults.
Brain, Body, Cognition accepts review papers, articles of original research, data-based and controlled case studies pertaining to functional neurology, man-machine interactions, rehabilitation sciences, brain-behavior relationships, and applied cognitive neuroscience that relate to translational research. Engineering proof-of-concept applied to functional neurology, ergonomics, sports, dance, and somatic movement therapies are also welcome.
Brain, Body, Cognition also welcomes commentary on either the review papers or original research as the journal is an archival source of discussion of new or alternative advances in rehabilitation.