万维书刊网微信二维码

扫微信,关注编辑QQ!

您的位置:万维书刊网 >>sci/scie期刊 >>医药卫生>>五官科学

Journal of Vision (研究方向:眼科学) (官网投稿)

简介
  • 期刊简称待设置
  • 参考译名待设置
  • 核心类别 外文期刊,
  • IF影响因子待设置
  • 自引率待设置
  • 主要研究方向待设置

主要研究方向:

等待设置主要研究方向
待设置

Journal of Vision创刊于2001年,出版国家为美国。Journal of Vision是一本在线,开放获取,同行评议的科学杂志,致力于人类和其他生物体的视觉功能的各个方面。该杂志仅以数字形式出版:全文可能通过互联网免费访问。该杂志鼓励有效使用彩色,多媒体,超链接,程序代码和其他数字增强功能。杂志由视觉和眼科研究协会(ARVO)出版,该组织是世界范围内研究视觉系统,预防,治疗和治愈其...[显示全部]
征稿信息

万维提示:

1、投稿方式:在线投稿。

2、期刊官网:

http://jov.arvojournals.org/

3、期刊投稿:

https://jov.msubmit.net/cgi-bin/main.plex

4、信息说明:本刊信息来源于网络,包括 SCI 收录核心期刊,增补期刊,期刊收录数据每年进行更新。本站是公益性网站,为网友投稿提供免费服务,由于受相关约束,我们不能提供相关期刊的影响因子、JCR期刊分区等数据供大家参考,造成不便,敬请谅解。

2017427日星期四

                      

 

Author Guidelines

 

Manuscript submission site: http://www.arvo.org/Journals_and_Publications/Submit_Your_Article/

 

Authors may submit a single pdf file containing all text and figures. If original files are uploaded, the submission system will convert them to a single pdf for review.

 

Style

In general, JOV follows the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association Sixth Edition with regard to usage and style for statistical symbols. All symbols should be type-set in italics. Some of the more common symbols are: df, F, MSE, N, p, SD, SE, and SEM.

 

Title Page and Abstract

The title page should contain the Title, Author(s), Department, Institution, City, State (optional), Country, URL (optional), and email (optional) and should be included with the main manuscript file.

 

Abstracts should be approximately 200 words in length.

 

Manuscript Structure

Authors should organize their paper using the following structure:

 

Title

Author, Department, Institution, City, State (optional), Country, URL (optional), and email (optional)

Abstract (approximately 200 words in length)

Keywords

Introduction

Methods

Results

Discussion

Conclusions

Acknowledgments

Appendix (optional)

Footnotes (discouraged)

References

The manuscript text should be 1.5 spaced, and the lines and pages should be numbered (page and line numbers help reviewers to make specific comments.)

 

Manuscript Types

Articles present new data in one or more areas of vision research and are written concisely for a broad rather than a highly specialized audience. To be considered for publication, papers that are merely descriptions of new methods must be exceptional contributions, with implications extending beyond the particular applied area. Summaries of meetings/symposia, case reports, obituaries, and general review articles are not considered.

 

The journal welcomes submission of Letters to the Editor to be considered for publication. Letters may concern material published in the journal or issues of general interest to vision scientists. Letters about material published in the journal may correct errors or offer different points of view, clarification, or additional information or analyses in a civil manner. Letters will be evaluated for their scientific merit, technical quality, and significance. Letters whose arguments or conclusions require support from experimental evidence or theoretical analyses are more appropriate as regular submissions and may be declined without review. Authors whose article is discussed in a Letter will be given an opportunity to reply.

 

Methods are articles describing substantial advances rather than incremental improvements in existing methods. The methods described should serve a broad or important purpose within vision science. We encourage submission of supplementary materials, such as computer code or online demonstrations that implement or demonstrate the methods. Articles that primarily report new data or theory should not be submitted to the Methods section. Any commercial interest by an author in the methods described should be clearly stated in the cover letter and in the acknowledgments. Commercial interests are not a bar but they may be considered during review for publication.

 

Point/CounterPoint are 2 invited articles with opposing views on a specific current topic. The articles will be peer-reviewed. Each article should be 2-3 pages (final PDF pages).

 

Perspectives are personal viewpoints on topics with broad interest (mini-editorial). Articles will be peer-reviewed. They may be up to 4 pages (final PDF pages), including art and tables.

 

Emerging Trends in Vision Science is a focused review of a key development in visual science.

 

Authors who wish to write an Emerging Trends review should submit a proposal to the Editor-in-Chief which addresses the following:

 

What is the emergent trend?

Why is it an emergent trend?

Why are you qualied to write it?

General interest to the readership of JOV

Guidelines for the Emerging Trends are the same as for a Review, with these minor variations:

 

Provide a list of recent references (at least 10).

Keep it brief, normally within 6 printed pages.

Authors are encouraged to use graphical devices, (movies, gures, text boxes, etc.) within the 6 page guidelines.

When appropriate, authors may speculate on future developments.

Reviews are meant to sum up the current state of the research on an important topic and are regarded as being the first place to get authoritative information about that topic. They should contain new insights on the topic or provide a new synthesis of data.

 

Review articles should inform the reader about:

 

the main contributors to the field

recent major advances and discoveries

significant gaps in knowledge

current debates in the area

ideas of where research might go next

 

Authors who wish to write a Review should submit a proposal to the Editor-in-Chief which addresses the following:

 

title

justification for a Review at this time on the topic selected

a rough outline

a firm date for submission of the completed work, should the Senior Editor accept the proposal

Please consider the following issues when writing the manuscript:

Make sure the review is up to date.

Consideration of the topic should be comprehensible.

The review should contain new insights or provide a new synthesis of data.

The discussion should be fair and balanced in both the work cited and the presentation of conclusions, and any competing commercial interests should be declared.

Recommendations for future research should be realistic and innovative.

Preferably, the title should catch the reader’s attention and be clearly focused on the subject of the review.

The figures should be clear and aid the reader in understanding the topic.

The review must highlight and critically analyze the appropriate references, especially those of other laboratories.

Overall, the review should significantly advance understanding by providing new insights and perspectives, not just be a summary of the literature.

主编辑

 

Dennis M. Levi,加利福尼亚大学伯克利分校,美国加利福尼亚大学OD教授

创始编辑

 

美国加利福尼亚州苹果公司的Andrew B. Watson博士

副编辑

 

佛罗伦萨大学佛罗伦萨大学博士,佛罗伦萨大学博士,意大利

美国纽约纽约大学Marisa Carrasco博士

美国新泽西州皮斯卡塔韦的罗格斯大学的Eileen Kowler博士

纽约大学纽约大学Denis G. Pelli博士,纽约州纽约州美国

编委会成员

 

西班牙穆尔西亚大学Pablo Artal博士

加州大学伯克利分校的Martin S. Banks博士,美国加利福尼亚州

华盛顿华盛顿大学华盛顿州西雅图的Geoffrey Boynton博士

宾夕法尼亚大学,宾夕法尼亚州宾夕法尼亚州宾夕法尼亚大学医学博士David H.Brainard博士

Steven Dakin博士,英国伦敦伦敦大学学院博士

加利福尼亚大学卡伦多布金斯博士,美国加利福尼亚州圣地亚哥

德国比勒菲尔德比勒费尔德大学的Marc Ernst博士

美国加利福尼亚大学圣巴巴拉分校的Miguel Eckstein博士

James Elder博士,约克大学,多伦多,安大略省,加拿大

Karl Gegenfurtner博士,德国吉森的Justus-Liebig大学

德克萨斯大学德克萨斯大学,奥斯汀分校,德克萨斯州奥斯汀的Wilson S. Geisler博士

英国阿斯顿大学Mark GeorgesonD.Phil

加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省温哥华不列颠哥伦比亚大学Deborah Giaschi博士

英国圣安德鲁斯大学Julie HarrisD.Phil

得克萨斯大学医学博士Mary M. Hayhoe博士,美国德克萨斯州奥斯汀奥斯汀分校

David Heeger,纽约纽约大学博士,纽约州纽约州美国


投稿问答最小化  关闭