Instructions to the authors
- To be considered for publication, manuscripts should be saved in Microsoft Word format and attached to email to our Editorial Assistant Kenneth Binner firstname.lastname@example.org. Submission of a manuscript implies the following: the work described is not under consideration for publication elsewhere; its submission has been approved by all co-authors, as well as by any institutional authorities. Cognitive Critique will not be held legally responsible should there be any claims for compensation.
- Authors wishing to include figures, tables, or text passages published elsewhere are required to include evidence that permission has been granted when submitting their papers.
- Files should be submitted in MSWord (.doc) format. Do not submit .txt, .rtf, .pdf, or .docx files.
- Download our formatting and styles example: CogCrit_example.pdf (72kb)
- Font: Use Times New Roman 11pt for all content body text.
- Use italics for emphasis, never 'quotation marks' or bold.
- Use no more than three levels of displayed headings.
- First paragraphs in sections should not be indented. All other paragraphs should have a first line .25-inch indentation. Do not place an extra paragraph mark between paragraphs.
- Abbreviations should be defined at first mention and used consistently thereafter.
- Notes should be avoided. If necessary, they should be numbered consecutively in the body of the paper and placed at the end of the text1.
- Acknowledgments should be placed in a separate section before References. The names of funding organizations should be written in full.
- References should have a hanging indentation of .2-inches.
- Images and figures should be submitted as separate files in JPEG, EPS, TIFF, PNG, or PSD format at a resolution of 300 dpi or higher. Do not embed images in your document, but rather indicate where you would like them inserted. Figure legends should be included on a separate document page. Do not send images in Adobe Illustrator (.ai) or .gif format.
- 1 Convert all footnotes to endnotes and place them at the end of the text, before Acknowledgments and References.